“Triple Entendre” debuts at the Macon Arts Alliance on First Friday, February 3. Experience the diverse work of three Georgia-based artists, whose collections evoke multiple meanings. The exhibition and sale features sculptures by David Baerwalde, ceramics by Bruce Chase, and paintings by David Sutton. Join Macon Arts Alliance on opening night with a reception from 5-8 p.m. The show will be on display through Friday, February 24. Admission is always free and open to the public.
Atlanta based artist, David Baerwalde, practices art through a variety of mediums including mixed media drawings, paintings, and sculptures. Baerwalde’s work has been exhibited in several prominent collections, including recent acquisitions by the High Museum of Art and the Woodruff Arts Center, both located in Atlanta. A BFA graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences at Winthrop University, Baerwalde has lectured and taught at many universities and art schools across the country. His work has garnered great attention and been reviewed in Art in America, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Artsatl.com, Burnaway.org, and Creative Loafing.
Warner Robins born, Byron raised, and Macon resident, David Sutton is a true Middle Georgia native. Sutton’s influence is drawn from the American Abstract Expressionism and Color Field Artists. Sutton earned his BFA in painting and drawing from the Atlanta College of Art in 1990 and went on to work in the film industry as a scenic artist for over 20 years. For the past 15 years, Sutton has maintained a studio in downtown Macon at the Contemporary Arts Exchange.
Local ceramicist Bruce Chase, teaches classes and works out of his studio space at Macon Mud in Payne City.