A note from the co-creators of Art at Kings Oaks…
As with many anticipated artistic endeavors this year, the in-person group exhibition known as Art at Kings Oaks is taking a hiatus this fall. While over the past seven iterations of the exhibition, we have enjoyed the exciting build-up toward opening each October, the absence of this all-consuming undertaking has allowed us to reflect on our past initiatives and consider what the future of such exhibitions might look like. We hope in the future to create meaningful artistic events that are both moving and uplifting to creators and participants.
Until such a time, we are pleased to virtually present work that we find visually vital and sustaining from some of our previously exhibited artists — Rotem Amizur, from Irsael, François Dupuis, from France, Kouta Sasai from Japan, and Martina Johnson-Allen and Gillian Pederson-Krag from the Philadelphia area and Ithaca, New York, respectively. Learn more about the artists and their work here.
As many of us spend more time at home, art objects as talismans, life-lines, and conduits to other worlds and ways of being are more essential than ever.
Thank you for your support of Art at Kings Oaks. We hope this finds you well.
–Alex Cohen and Clara Weishahn