Pics from To The Teeth at Creative Alliance Friday Feb. 6

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To The Teeth was an exhibition at Creative Alliance’s Amalie Rothchild’s gallery of resident artists’ work and a piece by a friend of their choosing. At the end of the night we drew numbers and everyone who participated got to choose a new piece of art.

These were yummy-smelling encaustic balls by Christine Sajecki. An interactive sculpture.

Pamela Phatsimo Sundstrum, Magnolia Laurie, Megan Lavelle, and a super cute puppy.
Waiting and drawing numbers …
Megan H. draws a Dave Heuman photograph.
Linda and Lionel
Photo by Guillaume Pallat.
Popsicle Sticks by Megan Lavelle. I have to say I am a big fan of this piece!
Two onlookers are checking out my drawing.
Mixed Media work by Pamela Phatsimo Sundstrum.

I know this wall sculpture is by a MICA graduate student from Mt. Royal. What is his name???

Drawing by Jackie Milad.

Sculpture reconfigured.

Drawing by Rene Trevino.
Painting by Lauren Boilini. Nice. Are they a flock of birds or sperm?
More photos by Guillaume Pallat.

Paul and Rene – What movie did you see?
Ami and Stevi. Ami is the boy and Stevi is the girl.
Yay! I won an original Megan Hildebrandt in the art trade. Sweet.
Tom and I are pretending to be happy in Rene’s studio.
Paul and Lauren. Lauren organized the shindig and exhibit.
Courtney in Rene’s Studio.
Magnolia and Paul
Guillaume Pallat, Christina Marsh, and Jed Dodds

Whether it’s with paint, pixels, or pointed humor, the artists gathered in this exhibition – CA Residents, along with colleagues they’ve invited – wield their instruments with tenacity, ferocity, and efficiency. Organized by current resident Lauren Boilini, with alum Erin Cluley, each artist submits a new piece on the theme.

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