Gallery Hours (starting July 1) Tues – Fri: 12-5pm, Sat & Sun: 12-4pm (closed Monday)
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Summer Arts Fest: July 5 Art Exhibitions
July 5 @ 6:00 pm - July 14 @ 4:00 pm
First week of Summer Arts Fest with art exhibitions by Kim Farrell, Lindsay Dakota, Michelle Lassaline, Nate Clark, Robin Jones, Roman Zlobin, Taylor Renno and Vladimir Luna.
Kim Farrell “Out of the Dust: songs from Africa” (photography).
Kim’s photographic images were created in awe and admiration of tribal people of the Omo Valley in Ethiopia and the wildlife of Tanzania in hopes they can be preserved before they are lost.
Lindsay Dakota “Between Here and There” (multimedia).
With a background in industrial design, architecture and interior design, Lindsay’s thought process is to distill a composition down to its very essence. The ‘Here’ is about teh immense power and drama… ad what stories were created between Here and There.
Michelle Lassaline and Nate Clark “The Inside of a Boa Constrictor” (multimedia).
The artists have created new works that combine each of their artistic practices: Nate’s hand-tied nets and laminated wooden shapes and michelle’s found object assemblages.
Robin Jones “the earth has music for those who listen” (oil on wood and aluminum with gold or silver leaf).
Paintings with interconnected themes around nature and human interference with it, as well as interpretations of characters in plays and historical figures.
Roman Zlobin “White, White and Beyond” (Photography).
In Russian, the word “Color and “light” are very similar in spelling and their sacral meaning. As a Russian, to Roman, the white color and the light are one and the same. No matter what color is present in his photographs, teh important this is the light.
Taylor Renno “Preservation” (multimedia).
Her collection of paper keepsakes explores the relationship of keepsakes and our ability to access the memories associated with them. It is dedicated to those who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s, their families, and caregivers.
Vladimir Luna “Brief Cosmogony of the Human Condition” (multimedia).
Vladimir uses various materials such as mud, ash, plaster, acrylics, pencil, coffee, ink on wood or fabric with a variety of techniques; applying them dry, using gouaches, accelerating the drying process, sanding, scraping.