In the days before the New Hampshire primary, former president Bill Clinton (from a town called Hope, of all places) mocked the Obama campaign as a fairy tale, implying that an optimistic view is not enough to mend our current state. As the title of this exhibition suggests, painter/curator Paul Jeanes gathers artists in a range of media that evoke a spirit of rosy optimism, utopia and/or dreaminess, asking the question “can hope be enough?”
"Allison Fomich, aka tigerlillyshop, will have one of her aging time based inflatable sculptures on display at the Creative Alliance in Sanguine Dreams, a satellite exhibition of Art Scape. " -from the Creative Alliance website
rosula form by allison fomich -inflated latex
miss congeniality is by hooper turner -oil on canvas
untitled is by lauren boilini- oil on canvas
The opening reception is Friday, July 11th from 6-8pm. Sanguine Dreams will be on exhibit from July 2nd through July 19th, 2008 and features work from Lauren Boilini, Clarissa Gregory, Susannah Gust, Allison Fomich, Kim Manfredi and Hooper Turner.
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