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Sherrie Pettigrew’s Artwork

The Hippodrome Theatre proudly presents Sherrie Pettigrew’s Artwork

Opening Feb. 28 with “Ripcord” previews & featured for Art Walk on Friday, March 30, 7 to 10 p.m.

GAINESVILLE – Sherrie Pettigrew’s art exhibit will be featured in the Hippodrome Art Gallery for the next Artwalk Gainesville on Friday, March 30, from 7 – 10 p.m., opening the week before the first preview of “Ripcord” at the Hippodrome Theatre.

Pettigrew is a Florida artist who composes her drawings based on the people and objects around her in everyday life.  Graphite powder and pencil are her primary materials, and she sometimes incorporates paint, pastel chalk and found objects.

“These images come to me in the shower, theater, market, and street complete with smells, sounds, and visions seldom shared until they are actualized,” Pettigrew said.

Pettigrew admires artists Chuck Close, Joan Miro and Cy Twombly, and they inspire her artistic style. She describes her collection as an evolution from hyperrealism to psychological surrealism.

“I come from honesty in my approach, making work that isn’t always pretty,” Pettigrew said. “These pieces are about emotion, often without cognitive consideration: recording reality with a twist and my own hypersensitive view.”

We hope to see you there!

– Your friends at the Hipp


Resist and Rise: The Art of Protest

Previous Gallery Exhibit

RESIST AND RISE: The Art of Protest

Centered on contemporary issues relating to health care, the environment, privacy, education, poverty, racism and peace​,​ this exhibit  aims to push boundaries and creat​e social change through an eclectic mixed media exhibit of curated and original protest art. ​A wide variety of artwork will be displayed, including signs, paintings, sculpture, bumper stickers, political buttons, T-shirts and personal memorabilia from across cultures and time periods.
“RESIST AND RISE: The Art of Protest” is ​at the Hippodrome Art Gallery in conjunction with George Orwell’s “1984” on the Mainstage. Get your tickets to “1984” by calling (352)375-4477 or visiting thehipp.org/1984tickets/.