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Contact: Jackie Stacharowski at email@example.com
Local Myrtle Beach artist Jackie Stacharowski is pleased to announce her One-Woman Show
Body Language at the William H Miller Gallery from April 5-12, 2017.
This show will feature over 20 of her original paintings that explore both the inner-personal and inter-personal relationships we all experience. She uses color and symbolic imagery to capture emotions that are not usually given visual representation.
The William H Miller Gallery is located at 714 Main St, Myrtle Beach SC 29577 214-632-2809
Gallery hours are from 1-5 daily.
The Opening Reception will be held on Friday April 7th from 6-8 p.m.
Artist Jackie Stacharowski will present a talk about her work at the Gallery on Saturday April 8th beginning at 2 pm.
All events are free and open to the public.
Jackie is available for interviews. A photo of Jackie and two of her paintings are attached; contact her for more options.
Jackie Stacharowski - Artist Statement
I fell in love with the Grand Strand the moment I laid my eyes on it and have made it my adopted home. As a professional visual artist, my life includes: creating my art; teaching a painting Open Studio at the Myrtle Beach Base Recreation Center; belonging to the Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild; displaying my work at the Seacoast Artists Gallery at the Market Common and being part of the Seacoast Artist Guild.
Always an artist at heart, my love and appreciation for art was fed with trips to galleries, art fairs and museums. Without formal training, when given the opportunity, I could release the energy to create paintings with vivid colors and a spark of imagination. Painting is the magic that happens when you apply color to the surface and create an image that mirrors the concept you have in your mind’s eye.
Curiosity steers me: exploring this wonderful universe of ideas, concepts, objects, creatures and people; figuring out how things work; the fascinating interactions we have between each other; studying how we see ourselves in relation to our surroundings, our thoughts, our feeling and our emotions. Things that have no easy visual representation. Figures representing us all, no matter how old or young, male or female, rich or poor, black or white or somewhere in-between. When you get to the inner gooey-ness, we are all the same. This I paint.
See my work at www.artistjackie.com Read about my life as an artist at artistjackie.blogspot.com
PR_JackieS.jpg - This photograph of the artist by Carl Kerridge
PR_Family_Secrets.jpg - © 2017 'Family Secrets', Oil Painting by Jackie Stacharowski, 24”x 48”
PR_DifferentPOV.jpg - ©2017 'A Different Point of View', Oil Painting by Jackie Stacharowski, 24” x 24”
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