The Studio Door Presents Three Artistic Viewpoints in Latest Exhibition
Artists Eleanor Bell, Ben DeHart and Czarina Scolari-Ortiz share their latest works at the North Park Gallery
Continuing its recurrent exhibition series 3•UP, The Studio Door presents a new trio of local artists who have distinctive creative voices for the month of May. The special edition of 3•UP runs from May 4 – 27, 2018 in the main gallery at The Studio Door (3750 30th Street in the heart of North Park). An artist reception will be held mid-month on Saturday, May 19 from 6 – 9 PM.
“3•UP offers the opportunity for our patrons to really engage in an artist’s body of work allowing them to understand the creative force of a particular artist. By positioning three artists within the gallery, there is an interesting dialogue that takes place between the work even when diverse points of views are articulated,” said Patric Stillman, Director of The Studio Door. “I like to add 3•UP to our programming fromtime to time to provide contrast to our juried exhibits, which bring together a cross-section of artists giving voice to a specific theme. 3•UP is in-depth and personal,which makes it one of the best ways to experience art.”
Artists Eleanor Bell, Ben DeHart and Czarina Scolari-Ortiz join the ranks of previous local artists in this series: Sherry Krulle-Beaton, Patrick Brown, Gloria Muriel, Nancy Plank, Lynn Schuette, Jackson Thilenius, and Paul Ward.
This month in addition to the exhibit, The Studio Door is partnering with Hanalei Artworks and North Park Main Street to bring Gallery in the Street to The Festival of the Arts in North Park for a second year on Saturday, May 12. Also, the storefront next door to the main gallery, formally known as HYPE at The Studio Door, will introduce a new format lead by a local group of young artists with FRIDAY at The Studio Door, whch will provide emerging artists with a creative incubator to engage in creative commerce.
The 3•UP exhibition runs from May 4 – May 27, 2018. The Studio Door has regular gallery hours Tuesday through Saturday, Noon – 7 PM and Sundays, Noon – 4 PM. The gallery is closed to the public on Mondays.