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May 12, 2017
 
Vision Gallery exhibit featuring artists from Tech ShopFrom Thin Air II: Art from Techshop
 
Here’s what three artists can do when they access state of the art equipment at a fabrication workshop and studio in Downtown Chandler
 
Vision Gallery in Downtown Chandler presents From Thin Air II: Art from TechShop, May 25 through June 2, 2017. The exhibition features the work of three artists who use the membership-based TechShop, a fabrication workshop and studio located in Downtown Chandler, to bring their creations to life. Visitors to this exhibit will experience geometric forms that use repetition and pattern to create unique artworks.
 
Jamie Cordelier creates three-dimensional metal sculptures that aim to compare the differences and similarities between cultures with geometric influenced forms.
 
Lauren Copley is a pioneer in a process of her own invention called laser annealing.  Using a computer-guided laser, she draws on the metal to create otherworldly colorful geometric images of alien and robot-inspired figures.
 
Emily Longbrake is a multi-media artist who uses lasers to cut wood and paper into intricate shapes that evoke landscapes and patterns from nature.
 
“Visitors to this exhibit will enjoy the rich perspective of these three artists who weave repetition and pattern into their pieces, resulting in both geometric and organic forms” says Peter Bugg, Visual Arts Coordinator at Vision Gallery.
 
The public is invited to attend an opening reception with the artists from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, May 25, at the Vision Gallery, located at 10 E. Chicago St., in Chandler. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The exhibits are free for the public to see. Visit visiongallery.org for more on the gallery and this exhibit.
 
 
  • Vision Gallery
    The Vision Gallery is a fine arts gallery representing more than 300 regional artists and home to one of two Art-O-Mats in Chandler. Visitors can discover a varied palette of original artworks from oil and acrylic canvasses to ceramic works, sculpture, jewelry, and more. Exhibits are rotated on a regular basis and are free for the public to view at this nonprofit gallery supported by the Chandler Cultural Foundation. A portion of all art sales are used to fund the Vision Kidz program, a series of education workshops offered to the community free of charge. In 2017, Vision Gallery was named one of the ten best Best Art Galleries in Arizona by Best of Arizona. More at visiongallery.org, fb.com/VisionGalleryChandler or Instagram at @visiongalleryaz.
  • TechShop Inc.
    Founded in October 2006, TechShop is a membership-based, do-it-yourself (DIY) workshop and fabrication studio that provides access to a vibrant community of creative makers and millions of dollars' worth of facilities, equipment, tools and software in each location. Based in San Jose, Calif., with locations globally, TechShop offers classes, workshops, instruction and training for people of all ages and skill levels to build whatever they can dream. TechShop Chandler is located in Downtown Chandler at the ASU Innovation Center, 249 E. Chicago Street. For information, visit techshop.com, email info@techshop.com or call 855-TECHSHOP. You can follow TechShop on Twitter at @TechShop and on Facebook as TechShop Incorporated.