Rock and Soul Music Quilts
by Susan Ticken
June 12–August 8, 2015
Receptions: June 12, July 10, + August 7 • 5–8pm
The Rock and Soul Music Quilts were inspired from Susan Ticken's love of music from her generation, the '60s and '70s (otherwise known as "old school"). During spring cleaning, Susan couldn't part with her music tshirts, even though they no longer fit or were worn out. So the idea of a quilt was born.
|White and Blue, Crystal and Camellias © Diana Bradley|
May-June 6, 2015
Reception: May 8 • 5–8pm
Signature member of National Society of Artists. She has painted and produced the Diana Bradley Watercolors Calendar for 25 years and teaches watercolor.
Acrylic Painting by Anne Wolfe
March 13—April 25, 2015
March 13 + April 10 • 5–8pm
Explanation of painting: Female and her sidekick (cat) are seated at the epicenter observing life before it unfolds, as it unfolds, and the various forks in the roads. The poppies make the characters sleep so they can stay neutral as they watch everything from the highest heights to the fields where this gorgeous flower is in control of the all institutions interacting with the poppy flower business. The painting features many metaphors about contemporary issues including: churches, states, chaos, order, the Malaysian plane, spy plane escorts, satellites, transport systems, gender inequity, and blood on the leaves.
Poppy View © 2015 Anne Wolfe, acrylic painting, 40” x 60”.