Traci Harmon-Hay work
Wellfleet Adult Community Center, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, April 4-29 at 715 Old Kings Highway in Wellfleet.
Traci Harmon-Hay obtained her BFA in illustration and portray from the Maryland Institute of Art and studied with Fritz Briggs of the Schuler School of Fine Arts in Baltimore, in accordance with a press launch. Represented by New York’s Creative Freelancers, Harmon-Hay cofounded Studio Six, an illustration co-op. Her purchasers included the Washington Times, Baltimore Sun, Nation’s Business Magazine, Yankee Publishing and Campbell’s She owned the Harmon Gallery in Wellfleet from 2000 till 2014, and continued to exhibit her work there together with many different locally- and nationally famend artists till it closed in January 2021. She has additionally exhibited her work on the Left Bank Gallery, Bromfield Gallery and Fountain Street Gallery. She lives in Wellfleet along with her husband and two daughters.
Harmon-Hay paints with fluid acrylics on uncooked canvas, constructing layers of wash right into a remaining mixture of opaque and clear shade, in accordance with the discharge. In all her work she performs with the idea of nature versus man. Originally a watercolorist, she spent lots of time portray the great thing about Cape Cod. After years of learning the historic buildings inside their atmosphere she began questioning the interplay between people and nature. The “Floating Structures” sequence was impressed by the proof of sea stage rise and demolition. “What if they could hover above their foundation, keeping them safe from wind and water or from the desire of man to rebuild?” The void of panorama offers our eyes and minds the power to focus solely on the construction itself, considering its historical past and objective in this world, in accordance with the artist.
A Conversation on Provincetown Aquaculture, Oysters, & Art on Thursday, March 31, at 4 p.m. by way of Zoom, sponsored by the Provincetown Public Library. Listen and take part in a distinctive dialogue of oysters, art, and aquaculture. Email email@example.com to enroll.
Speakers embody Thor Jensen, a marine biologist, artist, and Provincetown resident. Jensen will talk about his expertise engaged on an oyster far in 2021 and creating a bit of art that expresses his imaginative and prescient of the aquaculture group and oysters; Abigail Archer, a fisheries and aquaculture specialist with Barnstable County’s Cape Cod Cooperative Extension and Woods Hole Sea Grant. Archer will talk about the marine program and the way it helps aquaculture and the financial and historic significance of shellfishing and aquaculture on Cape Cod with a concentrate on Provincetown; Kalliope & Michael Chute, shellfish farmers who will talk about their oyster farms and the expertise with Jensen as he explored the flats and created a singular and reciprocal vessel to provide area to his imaginative and prescient.