NEW WORKS BY PETE HOCKING AND JANINE EVERS

JULY 10 - JULY 23, 2015
RECEPTION FRIDAY, JULY 24, 6-9PM

This show presents the new work of the studios of both Hocking and Evers. Meditative and ritualized walks in the stimulating environment of Provincetown equally guide the two artistsin creating works that harmonize with their surroundings, be it the streets or the sea.

Poetics, political consciousness, and personal narratives characterize Hocking’swork, which has significance beyond the seemingly simple locations. In this show, he focuses on how human ecology and actions affect the environment, with the haste in hismeaningful paintings reflective of the imminence of climate change.

Evers’abstract forms balance connectedness and individuality with attentiveness to the complexity of the natural world. Her work presents a personal imagery of the relationships of color and how images exist in space. Evers draws particular inspiration from the vastness of the ocean, its endless horizons, and the organisms revealed on the beach as the tide departs

            Janine Evers, "something recognizable"

            Janine Evers, "something recognizable"

Peter Hocking "High Ground: Noon"

Peter Hocking "High Ground: Noon"