A new art exhibit within Goucher College which was recently put together by Regina Tumasella has proven to be a big hit. The exhibit focuses on a variety of subjects, ranging from nature to the human condition, and it is all expressed through the medium of pain. Those who would like to attend the exhibit are free to do so at the Rosenberg Gallery without paying entry. Anyone from the public is free to explore the works of art during the 10th of September until the 14th of October from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit runs from Monday through to Sunday and so far people have been flocking to catch a glimpse of the works of this talented artist.
A Closer Look at the Exhibit
Tumasella combined the influences of natural and human emotion in this exhibit by making use of a roller. The manner in which she hides some of the paint, while allowing other portions of the medium to shine through only adds an element of intrigue to the works. The exhibit is called “Everything Else Falls Away” and it is clear that she is already a rising star within this exciting industry.
What Tumella Has to Say about Her Work
Tumella recently made some comments on how the concept of chance has inspired her work. The BFA graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art recently stated that, “I’ve been thinking a lot about chance and how it relates to life and to painting. Interacting with a painting is a lot like how we interact in life. For me it’s about finding the moments and really appreciating them.”
Tumella has stated that she is inspired by those within the Abstract Expressionist era, which took place in the 1950′s. She is not only inspired to create using the concept of chance; she also makes use of it in a very real way when she paints.