Nicolette Pach’s “Environmental Consequences”

BJ Spoke Gallery is proud to announce Nicolette M. Pach’s  Solo Fabric-Multimedia Exhibition, “Environmental Consequences”  opens on November 1  and runs thru November 29, 2017.

The public is welcome to attend a special reception at the gallery on Sunday, November 5, from 4-7 PM.

The artist will give a talk with questions and have a questions and answer period starting at 5:30 PM.

Refreshments will be provided. The event is free of charge.

Nicolette Pach is a rare and gifted artist, whose successful career in law and the judicial system has not diminished her drive to also pursue her passion for art and craft. It is in her DNA. As the daughter of a sculptor mother and painter father, and grandniece of artists, , she was drawn to the artistry of  quilt making, which led to batik,  and then to multimedia fabric art. Ms. Pach’s mastery of design and a vast combination of natural and recycled plastic materials has resulted in extraordinarily beautiful showpiece wall hangings.

Nicolette’s studies with the women who were at the center of the arts ,originally forged in the quilting  and embroidery circles of American history, has come full circle into the advanced circles of multimedia fabric artists showing and selling their masterpieces in some of the best galleries in New York and worldwide.

As a long-time resident of Huntington Bay, Nicolette Pach lives close to nature. Her lush garden, trees, rolling hills,rocks, ocean and beach have inspired her design motifs and inclusiveness in the creation process. Her works of fabric art capture the beauty and articulates her appreciation and respect for the Long Island environment she knows and loves. The necessity to honor and pay tribute to Long Island’s natural heritage is her artful mission. It is such a rare spectacle, the walls of the BJ Spoke Gallery will be draped in her visionary display. The doors of the gallery will open to the public an unusual opportunity to engage this masterful artist, and learn about the creativity, skills, techniques and materials used in the process of constructing such a tangible and yet unusual and precious art form. Works by Ms. Pach are available for purchase.

Nicolette Pach with one of her fabric art pieces (photo credit: Karen Kirshner)






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