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Yellow vs. Blue 

When: April 10-30 2009
Phone: (843) 805-8052
Robert Lange Studios is one of our favorite local galleries because it hosts events like Yellow vs. Blue, where artists are challenged to create pieces related to a general theme. For this event, 20 local and national artists created two works of the same size, one which is dominated by yellow and one which is dominated by blue. The medium, size, and style was up to the artist. Karin Olah created abstract collages by mixing and layering vibrant fabrics of yellow and blue. Jessica Dunegan’s chandelier paintings were made by pouring layers of resin and paint. Fred Jamar will have two sets of triptych paintings inspired by a yellow and a blue Charleston row house. Other participating artists include Kevin LePrince, Gary Grier, Megan Aline, John Duckworth, Nathan Durfee (artwork shown), Robert Lange, Joshua Flint (of Portland, Ore.), Charles Williams (of Tampa), and more. The opening reception on Friday includes live music, wine, and hors d’oeuvres. Gallery owner Lange says, “Every year we have a group show including artists from outside of our gallery, and every year it’s one of the most fun nights I experience in Charleston.”
— Erica Jackson
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