PAM BURNLEY-SCHOL

is represented by









Dallas, Texas

www.jmgallery.org


OPENING RECEPTION MARCH 7

from 5 - 8 pm


March 7 through April 18

One Arts Plaza, 1722 Routh Street, Dallas TX


‘PIECES OF GOLD’

“Like gold to aery thinness beat”















Gold is a paradox. It is a mineral—solid, weighty, and of the earth;  yet it is luminous and shimmers with a sublime glow. And while it radiates from the pages of medieval manuscripts, symbolizing the light of God, it also lies hidden in the dark vaults of Fort Knox, embodying material wealth.

 

Pam Burnley-Schol’s images exploit this duality. Rendering naturalistic images of birds and flowers in 24k gold leaf, she explores the intersection between our perceptions of material and spiritual reality. The figures appear solid, lifelike, and easily recognizable. Mockingbirds preen, hawks soar, oak leaves fall, and irises bloom.  But the same forms also appear weightless and abstract, as the flat gold leaf shines and reflects light out from the surface of the works. As Pam describes them, these images are secular icons that express her understanding that the world is an elegant blend of the corporeal and the ethereal.  - Michael Heinlen, JM Gallery


and





St. Jo, Texas

www.sjmainstreetgallery.com













‘GOLD’

Belvedere Palace Museum, Vienna, Austria


AN HISTORIC EXHIBITION

March 15 through June 17, 2012


The Belvedere Museum (www.belvedere.at) recently hosted a

major international exhibition about

the concept and use of gold in art history.


Curated by art historian Thomas Zaunschirm.(www.zaunschirm.de). 


200 works, by 125 artists were shown by invitation, all include the use of actual gold in their work. 

Catalog available in English from the Belvedere Museum website (hardback, 367 pages).

 

















DON R. SCHOL

is represented by






Dallas, Texas

www.pdnbgallery.com 





ARTIST PRINTMAKERS / RESEARCH COLLECTION

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, LUBBOCK TX


Don Schol was recently invited to donate his entire body of relief prints and original plates

to the research collection for posterity. This invitation was personally extended

to Don by Dr. Peter Briggs, Director of the Collection.  Effective September, 2014,

this work has become part of the permanent collection at APRC. 


Don continues his artistic endeavors through the medium of photography.




WAR CUTS

















A portfolio of woodcut prints from the Vietnam Remembrances edition

BY DON R. SCHOL


FORWARD BY SENATOR JOHN KERRY

published by SFA Press, Nacogdoches, Texas


FIND IT AT WWW.AMAZON.COM NOW!!

SEARCH “Don Schol” 


BOOKS MAY ALSO BE ORDERED NOW AT burnleyschol@verizon.net

&

www.pdnbgallery.com

















 
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