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A View Within

A collaboration between two fiber artists

For Immediate Release
November 15 2013 - April 25, 2014
Reception: December 6, 5-7 pm
Gallery ArtTimesTwo
at the Princeton Brain and Spine

Body imaging technologies provide a powerful window into non-invasive images of the human anatomy. California artists Paula Chung and Karen Rips find inspiration in the formal configurations of X-rays, Pet Scans, and MRIs. Working as fiber artists, they have embarked on a collaboration whereby they each interpret a single given image in their own personal way. Art Times Two will be exhibiting their paired images of head, neck, back and the full body, expressed in vibrant color and energetic compositions. Chung and Rips state "We hope to show the beauty, strength and vulnerability of the human body through our work."

Art Times Two, the gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine, is honored to be able to showcase these artists; their work will be on display between November 15, 2013 and April 25, 2014. There is a reception for the artists open to the public on December 6, from 5:00-7:00 pm.

ArtTimesTwo curator Madelaine Shellaby works in concert with Dr Mark Mclaughlin who states: The purpose of opening up our office to art exhibits by ArtTimesTwo is threefold.

  • First and most importantly, it provides a comforting, healing atmosphere for our patients who are frightened or apprehensive.
  • Second, it gives local artists the opportunity to display, promote, and sell their work.
  • And lastly, through commissions received on every sale, it benefits the Spinal Research Foundation – which ultimately benefits our patients and the improvement of spine health care.

For more information, go to www.arttimestwo.com or contact curator Madelaine Shellaby at mshellaby@comcast.net or 209 203-4622.

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