UNCHARTED: EXPLORATIONS AND DISCOVERIES
ARTIST: KARA HOBLIN
ON DISPLAY OCTOBER 11th THROUGH DECEMBER
GREENPORT HARBOR BREWERY (GREENPORT LOCATION)
On Friday, October 11, 2019, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company will host the opening reception for their latest exhibition, “Uncharted: Explorations and Discoveries by Kara Hoblin.”
A Greenport local, Kara Hoblin is known for her intricate chalk compositions that can be found anywhere and everywhere on the East End- from Love Lane Kitchen to Greenport’s First and South- all the way to New York City, as well as a co-founder of the North Fork Art Collective, solidifying herself as one of the key artistic personalities of the North Fork . In her new exhibition, Hoblin displays her talents in pen-and-ink drawings and watercolors, diving into the whimsical realms of the deep sea, deep space, and the unconscious. Working with old nautical charts, Hoblin maps the places she’s visited and the array of memories and fantasies that they conjure. She describes herself as a scientist of sorts, documenting her life while also collecting data on the uncharted regions of the unconscious and the fantastical.
“I’m collecting data on the world I’m living in, whether it’s real or not. It’s all a piece of the puzzle.”
The opening reception for “Uncharted” will be held on Friday, October 11th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Greenport Harbor Brewing Company’s original location at 234 Carpenter Street in Greenport. The exhibit will be on view through December.
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