The opening was a success and 1975 Gallery was the perfect host. We are looking forward to the next trip with this ever-growing collective of artist. Here are some pictures from opening night shot by Jason Wilder. Please enjoy and thank you for all the love Rochester, NY.
Tag: Daniel Dienelt
Color In Silence Documentary
For those who missed the opening of the documentary here it is. Enjoy
<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/97123958″>Color in Silence</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user27181433″>Adelyn Tomlinson</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
“Color in Silence” Recap
On Black Friday 2014, Cinema Center in Fort Wayne let Addi Tomlinson and I put on a one night art house event. The documentary “Color is Silence” was premiered to an eager crowd and the adjoining exhibit feature art from the interviewees and star of the movie was a hit. Thank you for everyone who came out and here are some install shots before it got crazy:
Since I get bored so much here is something else. Please come down and support with high fives and such.
Fort Wayne, Indiana- November 17, 2014
To celebrate the world premiere of Color in Silence, a program of art, music and food has been planned for the night of November 28th in Cinema Center’s Spectator’s Lounge. The documentary will screen at 7, 8 & 9pm in the theater, with food by Affine Food Truck on Berry Street and special musical guest Heaven’s Gateway Drugs in the Spectator Lounge. A pop-up gallery of works by Daniel Dienelt, Tanner Wilson, Dusty Neal, Jason Swisher, Josef Zimmerman will be on display. This event is all ages with a cash bar, event ends at 10pm.
Daniel Dienelt works in a variety of formats and visual mediums and has been actively involved in the Fort Wayne art scene for more than a decade. His recent works explore how the atmospheric sounds of the world around us can be visually translated using photography and color. Themes include the relationship he has built with his deafness over the last eleven years, and the challenges of living in a hearing world.
Color in Silence is a personal look into the life of an artist through the eyes of his colleagues and friends.
Updates are being updated
The weeks have been busy and only news to report at this point is that I am not dead.
The projects are all being juggled well and the brain stays sharp.
I will also use this post to acknowledge two local artists who have helped me with inspiring work and mighty helpful advice:
Daniel Dienelt http://danieldieneltstudio.tumblr.com/
Kay Gregg http://www.eyeballgraphics.com/