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Launderama at UnchARTed Gallery: Art and Music Journey Together Through the Spin Cycle

Launderama is a collaborative installation featuring the Encaustic Paintings of Barbara Gagel & the Drawings and music of Stephen Clements, based on the song “Launderama”.

Come explore the confluence of music-inspired art and textures in this new installation at UnChARTed Gallery with a musical performance tomorrow (Saturday, August 17) from 4-8 pm.

The installation features the precise color blasts of Stephen Clement’s drawings coupled with the deep, textured Encaustic creations of Barbara Gagel who’s collection was inspired by Clements’ song “Launderama,” which plays throughout the gallery while you peruse these vibrant pieces.

Explore color, texture, sound and vision all at once.





About Kristen Demesilda

Kristen Demesilda
Writer and Photographer for Virago Magazine, Kristen grew up listening to vinyl and highlighting the dictionary. Her work has appeared in, The East Harlem Journal, Boston's Culturehive, the Ithacan and other publications. Her love of music cannot be eclipsed by her love of words. She's been coined the "Akira Kurosawa of Blogs" by such people as herself. An aspiring musician, she has a serious penchant for peach-flavored anything, multi-tasking, slow-paced thrillers and dreams of going back to South America, laying on the beach, and drinking from a coconut.
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