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FEBRUARY:

Dog and Pony Show- New Works by Laura Wacha
 
Funky, offbeat, and always colorful, Laura Wacha’s paintings and mixed media sculptures are sure to entertain. Cartoon creatures fascinate audiences and makes one stop to understand the whole story of each piece. They are light-hearted with a touch of dark humor. Wacha’s imagery comes directly from her daily life and is transformed by her boundless imagination.
 
Exhibition dates: February 6 – 28, 2015
Sneak Preview: February 3 – 5
First Friday Artscrawl Reception: Friday, February 6, 2015

Laura Wacha, Under the Unpenumbra Tree, 48 x 48”, Acrylic on Canvas, 2014

Laura Wacha, Under the Unpenumbra Tree, 48 x 48”, Acrylic on Canvas, 2014

MARCH: 
Subtle Imprints – Paintings by Marilyn Dillard and Ceramic by Elizabeth Fritzsche
Two woman artists Marilyn Dillard and Elizabeth Fritzsche join forces for the exhibition Subtle Imprints. Dillard paints bold, abstract representations of landscapes that explore texture and color. Fritzsche’s porcelain vases and bowls are simple, yet elegant with various energetic impressions that compliment Dillard’s paintings. 
Exhibition dates: March 6 – 28, 2015
Sneak Preview: March 3 – 5
First Friday Artscrawl Reception: Friday, March 6, 2015
Clouded Night

Marilyn Dillard, Clouded Night, 24 x 24”, Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

Elizabeth Fritszche, Neighborhood, 9 x 6 x 4”, porcelain with mason stain and clear glaze.

Elizabeth Fritzsche, Neighborhood, 9 x 6 x 4”, porcelain with mason stain and clear glaze.

APRIL:
Friday 3 | 5 – 8pm
Feathered Creatures – Paintings by Sarah Hartshorne
Sarah Hartshorne is following in Monet’s footsteps since she is a painter who is almost completely blind. Unlike Monet, Sarah creates large paintings that are almost hyper realistic. This exhibition features lovingly and meticulously painted songbirds, crows and waterfowl.
Show runs through April 25.

Sarah Hartshorne, “Crow Mooning,” 24 x 30,” oil on canvas, 2014

Sarah Hartshorne, “Crow Mooning,” 24 x 30,” oil on canvas, 2014