Neil Anderson exhibit featured at Art Bank
MILTON — Neil Anderson’s Traveling the Plane exhibit will be on display through April 24 at the Milton Art Bank, 23 S. Front St., Milton.
Each of the works on view reveal Anderson’s process-driven approach to an intuitive and personal response to nature. Through an orchestration of line, color and space, Anderson creates an overall visual harmony in paintings that reference natural forces, environmental networks, and organic systems. These works are constantly in motion, leading the viewer’s eye in and around the picture plane.
The works in this exhibition are from Anderson’s ongoing series Earth Songs, which started in 2013.
According to Anderson, “each painting in the series is a unique song that celebrates the earth, the ground under our feet. Each of these paintings begins without a preconceived idea of the direction it will take…Ultimately, the meaning of the painting arises from the unexpected occurrences of formal arrangement that happen in the process of working toward a conclusion where all the parts become interdependent.”
The Milton Art Bank website, www.miltonartbank.com, now features a video of Mark Mahosky visiting the bank to discuss the life and work of Anderson.
Mahosky received a master of fine arts from Stanford University and a bachelor of fine arts from the Tyler School of Art.
Mahosky has had solo exhibitions at: Haas Gallery of Art at Bloomsburg University, Alysa Duckler Gallery in Portland, Ore., Fleisher/Ollman in Philadelphia Joseph Rickards Gallery in New York and Gimpel Weitzenhoffer Gallery in New York.
He is a professor of painting at Kutztown University.
Music competition to be held online
STATE COLLEGE — The 37th Phyllis Triolo Music Competition will be held online on Saturday, May 15, for Central Pennsylvania middle and high school students.
The competition is sponsored by the Central Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association.
Instrumentalists, vocalists and pianists compete in two divisions. The Junior Division consists of students in grades 6-8, the Senior Division consists of students in grades 9-12.
Prizes in each division are: $300 for the first prize, $200 for second prize, and a possible third prize of $100.
The deadline to submit the registration and payment for the competition is May 1. Once your registration is received, entrants will receive details on how to submit their performance.
For competition rules and application forms, visit www.cpmta.org.
For more information, contact Victoria Petrosky at 610-497-4475 or firstname.lastname@example.org.