Sunday, August 13, 2017

"Images" "Trees"

The current exhibits at Kerrville Arts and Cultural Center are diverse--there are three in the gallery now, through August 27.  One is presented by Dinah Bowman with artwork inspired by geological formations--
sorry, I didn't take any photos of this exhibit

One of the other exhibits is "Trees:  Artistic View" by
Hardy Lewis

The Quilted Tree

Painting of Tree Trunk

Steel Tree #1

Weeping Willow Tree

Panel of six trees

Bloodlines

Untitled

The Hanging Tree

Close-up of Hanging Tree
Trees, in my opinion, have always been nature's art form--
elegant, mostly stable, winging towards the sky with
upward swinging branches

The juried show by Kathleen Cook
There were many interesting pieces in this exhibit--paintings,
mixed media, etc.  but being a fiber person, I looked for
those presented in that medium.
Above is stitching work by Kim Paxson:  
"Mary Oliver's Question"


This piece won blue ribbon in the category 

"On Butterfly Wings" by Kathie Carlson

Weaving of textures--and here is the butterfly

"Texas Toast" by Ginger Collins

Stitchery along with painting

"Waiting" by Ginger Collins


Painting on fiber with stitchery

This colorful wall displayed winners with their ribbons.
Excellent representation from Kerrville Arts and Cultural members!




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