New Spring Exhibit
Art from the Good Earth: Wood. Clay. Glass
March 21 – April 12, 2014
What better way to welcome spring (and
say GOOD-BYE to winter) than with a show celebrating art made
from good old mother earth herself!
This major exhibit-- the first of
three in the gallery’s spring line-up opens on Friday, March
21st and runs through Saturday, April 12th. Visitors will have a
lot to see as the show features upwards of 75 pieces of
art -- across three mediums -- created by nine galley artists
including: Joe Lucero and Mark Zimmerman in wood; Kary Haun,
Jody Mussoff and Steven Wilson in clay; Trish Alizade, Nancy
Gitting, Charmaine Jackson, and Heather Mansfield in glass.
Curated and installed by professional exhibit designer (and long
time gallery volunteer) Jeanne Krohn, the show will help
visitors gain a deeper appreciation for the requirements and
challenges of working with each material and insight into why
each artist has chosen it as his or her preferred medium.
A special opening reception will be held Friday, March
21st from 6-8 pm. All welcome to come see – and buy -- the
art, as well as meet the men and women who created it. Light
refreshments will be served.
Photo by Ellen Zimmerman
MORE Shows to Enjoy
Art to Buy at the Gallery This Spring
Mark Your Calendars for
These Openings Now!
May 9 – May 31, 2014
Whether it’s a cat or canary, horse or
hound, Clarke County residents LOVE their animals. And this
exhibit will prove it! Show-goers will see animals
rendered on pottery, glass, and fiber, as well as in paintings
and wood. They’ll also have a chance to have their beloved
pooch or porcupine immortalized by artists specializing in
Opening reception, Friday, May 9 from 6-8
Don’t miss it!
3rd Annual Budding Artists
June 6 – 21, 2014
Now in its third year, this
delightful show is collaboration between the gallery and The
Heritage Child Development Center in Berryville to showcase and
celebrate children’s art. More than 50 pieces of art will
be on display made by children as young as three months old.
The entire community is encouraged to stop by and see this
joyous collection during its two week run. It will help
explain why no less an artist than Pablo Picasso said he
borrowed freely from the creations of children and always had
their artwork hanging in his studio.
Friday, June 6 from 6-8 pm
Don’t miss it!