J G Orudjev and Todd Frankenfield will show work in mixed media in the exhibition “Infinite Surface” at NOMA gallery throughout July.
“Infinite Surface” will open on June 30 and will run through July 30. Reception Saturday July 1, 5-8pm.
The artists will host a talk Thursday July 20, 7pm at NOMA gallery, 437 N. Market St. Frederick, MD
Orudjev and Frankenfield met online in 2022, each finding resonance in the other’s work. Their continuing dialogue emerges into physical space in this collaborative showcase of their recent individual bodies of work in mixed media, painting, and collage.
J G Orudjev, living in Frederick MD, is a collage artist and painter. Her work explores the nature of memory, transformative and transitory states, and the act and language of making meaning. She is a member at NOMA gallery. Find her online galleries at https://www.nineteendegrees.net
Todd Frankenfield, living in Easton PA, is a mixed media artist. His work deals in topics of nihilism, surrealism, minimalism, and the inherently finite property of materials. He’s a member of an artist’s collective outside Philadelphia, PA. Find Todd’s online galleries at https://www.toddfrankenfield.com
In “Infinite Surface”, both artists address the surfaces created in their work as both projection and meaning. Orudjev primarily in collage, abstracting narrative from ephemera and found paper, and Frankenfield cutting a shoreline between thought and space in his constructions of color and shape.
Exhibitions change monthly at NOMA. Hours are 12-8 pm Friday and Saturday and 12-4 pm Sunday. Call 240-367-9770 for more information.