Fluid nature...last and final stop
Fluid Nature will make its last and final stop at the Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery this November. If you haven't seen the exhibit, then save the date! The show runs from November 12 to December 11, 2016 and I will be there for the Artist Reception on November 13 from 1pm-3pm. The exhibit explores the idea or hypothesis of Rheological Abstraction:
"Rheological Abstraction is a form of art which takes into careful consideration the rheological properties of the materials being used. Narrative becomes secondary or incidental to the fluid signature of the materials on the substrate. The relationship between author and artwork develops simultaneously through the process of creation rather than through the execution of an perceived iconographic idea". - Mali Vargas
Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery
14737 20th Ave (Highway 3), Frank, AB
Once per year the Alberta Society of Artists presents the Artist's Choice exhibit. This juried exhibit is set to highlight the strengths of the ASA's juried members and the variety of artistic approaches within its membership.
Mali Vargas will have artwork displayed at the Artist's Choice exhibit this year.
Location: Ruberto Ostberg Gallery
2108 18 St NW, Calgary, AB T2M 3T3
Dates: July 17 - August 16, 2014
Opening Reception: July 17, 2014
Closing Reception: August 16, 2014
Calyx Distinctive Arts
Once again I have been selected to take part in the Calyx Distinctive Arts show and sale in Calgary and Edmonton. You can find me there on Sunday May 1st in Calgary and Saturday May 14 in Edmonton. See you there!
Art forMS 2011
Art forMS 2011 will take place on Friday April 29 at DaDe Art & Design Lab in Inglewood. Join us and help raise funds in support of Multiple Sclerosis research and patient services. Local and international artwork will be available through live and silent auction. Don't forget to RSVP! http://www.CalgaryArtforMS.com/rsvp.html
Mali Vargas (a.k.a. Mali Docktor) is an artist living in Calgary. Mali is the current Gallery Chair for the Alberta Society of Artists' South Branch, as well as, Co-Founder and Program Coordinator for Betzalel Arts.