Join us for First Friday April 7 to celebrate our new show and Artist of the Month
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Student Artist of the Month
In 2016 the Northern White rhino became extinct which deeply saddened me. I created this piece as a memorial to the species. The candles represent the memory, the smoke represents the rhino being smothered and the jewelry wrapped around the horn represents the witchcraft behind the poaching.
Barbara is a recent transplant to the Peninsula, arriving last June from Philadelphia. Her work is realistic and is treated as portraiture, each picture representing a distinct individual. Simply named “Plants and Animals”, the pieces in this show were completed in either watercolor or Prismacolor pencil. Some original stone sculptures of animals are included.
“Just Me”! I continue to go through my old partially finished work and either complete them or absolutely let them go. After looking at a partially finished work from a class at Peninsula Collage nearly 20 years ago, a self-portrait and very large, with a bit of encouragement, I did finish it. It has been very satisfying to finish the large piece so I decided to show it and others in my window in April.