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“Atelier of Assemblage Artists”

Julian Penrose, Donalyn Schofield, and John Trainor

May 10th - June 9th
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17th 5-9PM
Artist Talk: Saturday, May 19th 4-6PM
Art, Food and Wine: Thursday, May 31st 5-7PM





PROVIDENCE R.I.: On Thursday, May 17th, join us from 5:00 – 9:00 PM for the opening reception for “Triple A: Atelier of Assemblage Artists”, featuring work by Julian Penrose, Donalyn Schofield and John Trainor.

“Triple A: Atelier of Assemblage Artists” will be Gallery Z’s 114th exhibit, a travel through this unique style of art. Assemblage art by definition is “an artistic process in which a three-dimensional artistic composition is made from putting together collected objects”. The three assemblage artists that will be exhibiting are Julian Penrose, Donalyn Schofield and John Trainor.

Julian Penrose resides in Providence, Rhode Island and has been working as an assemblage artist since studying Art at Pitzer College, under the influence of artist Paul Darrow. He attended Landscape Architecture School where he learned drafting and design, two skills that have been important to the creation of his assemblages.  His work begins purely abstract using found and collected materials for the shape and form, integrating color, texture, scale and meaning.

Donalyn Schofield, from New Braintree, Massachusetts, focuses more as a paper artist, often including found objects and altering books as the structure for some of her work. Donalyn teaches art history at Anna Maria College in Paxton as well as Mount Wachusett Community College. She also lectures in art history and teaches collage classes at the Worcester Art Museum, and is a member of Arts Worcester.

John Trainor, an assemblage artist from Tolland Ct. now in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, states “I work with found objects because I am drawn to them. Something about their patina, and ‘lost purpose,’ their potential for telling new stories keep pulling me in.” His assemblages make a statement about the passage of time, and how time alters things and erases their stories. He has been working in the media for many years and is now returning to study Art History at CCRI.

Besides the exhibition of these artist's works, the artists will give a glimpse into their process by recreating a worktable from their studio. 

The opening reception for this exhibit will be held on Gallery Night, Thursday, May 17th, from 5 to 9 PM. This five week exhibit will run from May 10th through June 9th, 2012. Throughout the exhibit, the artists will be interactive at Gallery Z doing demonstrations. There will be an artist talk on Saturday, May 19th at 4:00 – 6:00 PM. Light Refreshments will be served.

Also, on the last Thursday of each month, the participating Public Art Window organization at Gallery Z hosts a fundraising event to elevate public consciousness for their cause. On Thursday, May 31st, from 5-7 pm, (Gallery Z’s Art, Food & Wine Creating Awareness for a Cause) Gallery Z will partner with The Kent Center www.thekentcenter.org of Providence, Rhode Island. This event will feature cuisine provided by a Providence restaurant and world-class hand selected wine provided by Mark Gasbarro of Gasbarro’s Wines located at 361 Atwells Ave. on Historic Federal Hill.