David Lynnes presents “Sign – Age” Photography to me is an exploration of the world around us. To direct us or entice us to come and explore we have for centuries used signs. Often, we pay them little mind yet in their own way they are works of art.I hope as you share my works you too will perhaps leave with a new sense of how to see the world we walk in. – David Lynnes
The exhibition runs from February 2 – 25, 2017
“Cold One” by David Lynnes Pigment ink on Gold Mono-silk Paper
Please note that Artpoint Gallery will be open Sunday February 5, February 12, and February 19 from 1-5 pm in addition to regular hours of operation for Exposure Festival.
Main and Stairway Galleries:
An exhibit of sculpture in stone, ceramic and wood exploring the theme of empowerment and strength.
Compiled of pop-surrealist portrait paintings, the solo show by emerging artist Lizzie Carr, “Body Dysmorphia”, is a visual interpretation of negative body image.
December 2 – December 23, 2016
Opening reception Friday December 2 from 5-9pm
“Natural Instincts” by Patricia Neden
Fredrick H. Varley say’s it well; “The Artists job is to unlock fetters and release spirit to tear to pieces and to recreate so forcefully that…the imagination of the on looker is awakened and complete within himself the work of art.”
This exhibition goes beyond nature and delves within the spirit and soul of this artist. She is inspired both by these natural elements and intertwines them with life’s experiences, its drama, its tragedy, and its energy.
It draws us in and allows us to connect and to relate to these same experiences with our own. Allowing these images displayed to become part of us and to complete our own experience.
From Birthday Cakes and Ballet Suites, CAROLE BONDAROFF and STAN PHELPS exhibit etchings and paintings at Artpoint Gallery.
Compiled of pop-surrealist portrait paintings, the solo show by emerging artist Lizzie Carr, ‘Body Dysmorphia’, is a visual interpretation of negative body image.