New Braunfels, TX, March 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Scott Jarisch and Jean Longone join together in the exhibition, “Partners in Art” at The Gallery at 764 West, which includes collaborations and individual works in oil, acrylics, watercolor, photography, ceramics, sculpture, glass, drawing, digital imaging and mixed media.
In honor of Contemporary Art Month in San Antonio, Texas, Casa del Parque Gallery in Spring Branch, Texas is exhibiting Jarisch and Longone collaborations. In the Windmill Restaurant at Canyon Lake Texas, Longone’s art and photography is on display until April 15, 2010. A new website for 764 West has also been launched at http://www.764west.com.
Together, in “Partners in Art”, as part of San Antonio’s Contemporary Art Month, Jarisch and Longone demonstrate “ The gestalt is now.” Their collaborations involving glass, photography, and light are unique sculptures. Longone’s spontaneous acquisitioned assemblage of parts are juxtaposed against Jarisch’s calculated explosion of line.
Scott Jarisch has a Bachelor of Arts in Art from the University of Texas at Austin. Trained primary in pottery and sculpture, Jarisch’s art ranges from classical pieces all the way to punk with an attitude. His pen and ink crosshatching is especially hard edged and intense. Paintings also display Jarisch’s passionate use of line and pattern.
Jean Longone’s formal art training is in digital design and commercial art. Longone’s current paintings make use of color and line and explore figurative abstraction. Her black and white photography is a graphic mix that merges digital imaging with traditional film. Experimenting in repetitive form and found objects, her sculpture tends to be minimal and to the point.
About 764 West L.L.C.
The Gallery at 764 West showcases original artwork in a wide assortment of media and styles including photography, oils, acrylics, watercolor, sculpture, pottery, digital arts, and mixed media. Artists from as far away as Denmark have shown at The Gallery as well as talented up and coming local and regional artists. Known as the little gallery with exciting art, The Gallery at 764 West hosts a contemporary art show and sale twice a year in the spring and fall. In addition to The Gallery, 764 West also offers custom picture framing, artist supplies, frame and photo restoration, digital imaging and portrait commissions. Artists Scott Jarisch and Jean Longone opened 764 West L.L.C. in 1998 and have been active in seeking to expand the horizons of the New Braunfels community by bringing awareness to the arts and showcasing the many talented artists located in New Braunfels and elsewhere.
In the fall of 2010, Linda Novell will exhibit her award winning decorative, artistic and functional pottery. During the spring of 2011, oils and watercolors by award winning national artist, J. A. Baker, will be on display. A wide variety of artwork in all media and styles by artists Scott Jarisch and Jean Longone are on rotating exhibit at The Gallery the rest of the year.