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ART RIGHT NOW! – Artist Talk Series
June 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm$10.00
Join Keswick Wise & Well once a month as we meet with local artists and hear them speak about their work. Facilitated by Artist in Residence Sara Kaltwasser, each hour–long artist talk will introduce a Baltimore or DMV artist to participants! Hear from and speak with an artist while you learn about their work! How cool is that? Learn about that painter whose work you’ve been eyeing in your favorite Baltimore Gallery. Get a sneak peek of something before it is installed. The possibilities of what we share are endless! Artists To Be Determined. This is a Virtual only event.
Dates: Wednesdays Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Date: June 29
If joining this class after the initial start date, please call 410-662-4363 to register.
Please call 410-662-4363 if you have any questions about the event, using online ticketing, or to register via phone. 9:00 am – 4:30 pm weekdays.
Our Artist for June 29th is Benjamin Jancewicz.
I create art using new techniques for an age-old purpose: to tell stories and inspire action. As a child, I was inspired by cartoons; drawn characters, and stories brought to life with no visible brushstrokes or shading. My fascination for that aesthetic met its match in my discovery of vector art. After producing photography, sketch, and graphic design work for years, the vector technique brought me full creative fulfillment for the first time. Now I use the painstaking process to create pieces that share positive messages using unique color palettes, detailed shapes, and countless nuances of light, shadow, and mid-tonal values. My work often uses themes of love, cultural understanding, fantasy, and futurism to appeal to and inspire the imagination of diverse audiences. I believe that art should be accessible but that accessibility need not compromise quality. I believe that artists should be kind but that kindness needs not to compromise courage and honesty. And I try my best to live and create in a way that honors both of those beliefs. My current body of work, Who Said What, is a collection that combines my love for engaging people in the creation of my art as well as my desire to reimagine quotes that move people to live better lives.
The creation process begins with a call for quotes to be submitted. I then do careful research and select a unique photograph of the quote’s author, typically in their youth, imagining them as my peer. Using the reference image, I draw the piece itself inspired by 1950s and 60s screen printing, interior design, and album covers. Each piece has a unique color palette and font from an up-and-coming typographer. This series has grown as people become inspired by it and add to it, but it has also spawned inspiration for new collections. As I grow as an artist, I hope that people continue to draw the same level of enjoyment from engaging with my work as I do from creating it.