It All Came Together

First Friday Citywide Event, December 2, 2016

Artist Reception

From: 5-8:30 PM

Show Closes: December 30, 2016

34th Annual Invitational Theme Show

Title:  It All Came Together

Featuring artists and craftsmen, ceramics, wood, jewelry, prints, paintings, mixed media prints, sculpture, and glass.

The following artists will be featured:  Maude Andrade-painting, Vicki Bolen-mixed media, Addie Draper-handmade artist books, Lou Di Amico-clay, Suzanne Marshall-painting, Marian Miller-jewelry, Nancy Mozur-jewelry, Daniel O'Driscoll-jewelry, Carol Sanchez-mezzotint-prints, Jorge Tristani-prints, Katrina & Jeffrey Seaton-wood, Mary Sundstrom-Gramer-prints, Michael Thornton-clay, Barbara Woods-sculpture, Ralph Watts-wood, Sharon Wenzel-sculpture, Jarrett West-clay.

Suzanne Marshall states, "My work is inspired by ideas as well as by things I see, a marriage or the logical human world with the seeming chaotic natural world."

Carol C. Sanchez, states, " I abstract organic forms and re-articulate them into my own visual language, into "Organic Abstractions".  Nature is my source of inspiration, but as a printmaker process is very important.  I try to create a balance between technique and concept. My work evolves intuitively, images develop from a first mark without any preconceived ideas or images.  As a printmaker working primarily in the process of mezzotint, this can be a difficult way to begin.  For me it keeps things fresh and challenging.  The process of mezzotint has a very rich and seductive quality, which lends to my imagery.  I strive to create images that have an essence of beauty.  I accentuate the sensual and spiritual characteristics and draw out the beauty from the ordinary." 




Showing Opens: Friday December 2, 2016
Showing Closes: Friday December 30, 2016
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