Our artists have sprung forward with fresh, artistic visions… enjoy!
Our first exhibition of 2018, Coastal Moods, opens May 3rd. Our artists have drawn inspiration from our coastal environment. Keep your eye on future newsletters for sneak previews!
Included in this Newsletter are new works by:
Going To The Tea Farm
Acrylic on canvas 20 x 20
Newly arrived from Lorna Dockstader, these new paintings symbolize a shift in perspective. Mist-laden rainforests hugging the coastal waters, or the peaceful feeling that comes from having a winding road through towering trees all to oneself.
Cobalt Lily Vase
Glass 8 x 8 x 5
Lisa Samphire began her glass blowing career in 1985. Since that time she has produced a diverse body of work, which includes private and public, sculptural and functional pieces.
Tulip Vase – Amber
Glass 8 x 8.5 x 5
The Tulip Vase was designed with tulips in mind, but most flowers look great in this shape because they fan out naturally. – Lisa Samphire
Acrylic on canvas 24 x 24
Arriving in the gallery on Saturday, energy abounds in this latest series of fresh, vibrant canvases. Inspired by meanderings in nature, they share Patty’s deep connection with her surroundings.
Voice Of The Tide
Mixed media on canvas 24 x 24
Halo Shadow Necklace
Argentium Silver and Bronze 21.5″ long
Known for her fun, yet casual approach to design, Linda’s organic, wearable collections embody an understated elegance, and a true twist on the unusual.
Eclipse Med. Earrings
Argentium Silver and Bronze 1.8 x 0.8
Acrylic on glass 60 x 32
The warm allure of the tropics is vividly portrayed in Gordon Scott’s stunning glass paintings.
Acrylic on glass 60 x 20
SG Copper Raku Altered Top Vase with Stripes and Wave Design
Raku 16.5″ high
In this series, I have returned to more basic raku techniques. This develops a closer relationship between the artist and the kiln. The kiln always wins, allowing for minor imperfections in the object “we” created. – John Charnetski
SG Gold Altered Top Vase with Brick Design
Raku 9″ high
Fabric collage 9 x 8
Arriving in the gallery mid-next week, Silvia Armeni uses fabric remnants to work her meticulous magic in her latest fabric masterpiece.
Heather, Catherine, Kathleen & Barb