Sheila's show "Helping Hands" included stunning photography that focused on inspiring joy and happiness. All proceeds from the sales of her work were donated to charity.
Three of A Kind
Ken's show featured charming landscapes, destinations near and far: many of which include beach scenes, lighthouses, mountain landscapes and other beautiful nature scenes. His exhibit displayed works in sets of three, an iconic rule of thumb for interior decorating.
Arches & Arcs Abandoned
David explores often overlooked, elements of architecture, seemingly abandoned, but rediscovered by David in his unique approach to capturing it in photography and in his Cubist-influenced drawings.
"Time and tide wait for no man," as Chaucer once said. So time marches on, the sun sets on passing seasons and rises to mark endings as much as beginnings. Doors to times and places close, destinations shuttered in memory as new and separate realms unique to the traveler. These I reopen in paint. These paintings are my portals; they were during production and remain so in their final state. I hope the can be portals for you as well.
The two artists could not have paired up for a more perfect show. The softness of Ariel's nests and intricacy of Elise’s eggs compliment each other in a wonderful contrast. Demonstrating that even though there are many differences in their work they are stronger together.
A Change of Season
A collection of mixed-media work by Karen Julihn celebrating the beauty of nature and the seasons.
our 2nd annual
Red Tag SAle
Our 2nd Annual Red Tag Sale was a fan-favorite. Missed it? There's always next year!