ArtSpace 105 is the official micro-gallery of Monmouth Arts. It is located at 105 Monmouth Street in Red Bank (next to the Count Basie Center for the Arts). Apply to exhibit work here.
In Search of Meaning
Gwynneth Green and Lou Storey
Exhibit: March 8 - May 7, 2021
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, that resulted in the postponement of our ArtSpace 105 micro-gallery exhibits, we invite the arts community to view work at our all-new Digital Gallery!
"In Search of Meaning" aptly names the driving force behind the works of Gwynneth Green and Lou Storey. Each in their own way, Green through poetry, prose and photography, and Storey through words and paintings, intend to communicate personal and universal truths through their individual art forms. In Green’s photo musings printed on metal plates, words are subtly melded into the photograph’s image, allowing the viewer a moment of discovery when the narrative reveals itself. Similarly in Storey’s paintings, words are used as catalyst for the viewer to find meaning through the use of color, pattern, and hand-built dimensional elements.
Gwynneth Green uses the camera and the written word to create Photo Musings, merging text within image inviting the viewer closer inspection that provides a moment of discovery. Her artwork has been exhibited in the mid-Atlantic region as well as in virtual exhibitions. A published poet with thirteen publications, she currently lives in Little Silver.
Lou Storey uses dimensional hand-built shapes and bright polychrome patterns in his paintings that illustrate concepts, thoughts and feelings; a visual form of storytelling. A graduate of Pratt Institute MFA in fine arts, he has exhibited his artwork nationally for over thirty years. He lives in Long Branch with his husband Steve and works as a psychotherapist in Red Bank.