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ShenArts Members Exhibit

Barns of Rose Hill, July 5-23, 2022

June 21, 2022

 

The exhibit opens on Tuesday, July 5, noon to 3:00 pm
Opening Reception: Friday, July 8, 6-8 pm 

Closing Reception: Saturday, July 23, 1-3 pm (artists, please pick up your artworks at 3:00, thank you!)

Thank you Reception Sponsors : Sam and Gail Long, Tim and Theresa Merkel, Jack and Cindy Potter and Carole Miernik, Caterer!

Enjoy these artists and their artworks!

Alice Irvan – Warmed by Summer Sun  |  Allen Dec – Circle of Friends  |  Ann St. Clair Lesman – Pas-de-Deux  |  Armin Wessel – Walnut Waterfall Table
Ashley Kincaid – Kayaking  |  Barbara Byrd – Cool Springs Water  |  Becca Gowdy – Spring at the Farm  |  Billy Smelser – Autumn Hillside
Bonnie Lane – Iris of Dreams  |  Carole Miernik – Purple Pines Waterfall  |  Christy Broy – Taako in Repose  |  Christy Dunkle – Arran Landscape Triptych
Daniel Dunmire – Kiss of Light  |  David Sipp – Rio Grande Rift  |  Dawn Moore – Gemini  |  Debra Bourget – End of Day  |  Declan Rodgers – Spring has Sprung
Doris Vanderpool – Where’s Spring  |  Elise Nicely – Blue Vase with Oranges  |  Ellen Zimmerman – Mysteries Within  |  Emily Warren – Bluebird
Francine Markbein – Eye in the Sky  |  Heather Barker – Ethel Barrymore  |  Heather Williams – Poppies in the Rain  |  Jamie Pein – Focus
John P. Lewis – The Connoisseur  |  Joseph Bourgeois – Pedestal Table  |  Joseph Gainer – Lady in Waiting  |  Josie Tilton – Landscape with Seated Execution
Joyce L. Carrier – Eleanor & Bramble  |  Julia Robak – Hayfield  |  Julie Read – A Jumble of Destruction  |  Karen Ridings – In the Garden
Karen Winters – White Peony on Blues  |  Kathryn Turner – Finding Serenity  |  Kathy Guzman – Leaning to the Left  |  Kay Caldwell – Red Day Lilies
Kevin Seabrooke – Path Up Matthews Hill  |  Kira Skala – Snail  |  Krisin Zimet – Alive  |  Larry Lee Fickau – Reverse Order  |  Linda Volrath – Bunch Up
Lisa Fisher – Porqupine Quills  |  Margaret Kennedy – Neurographic 1  |  Mariska Sharma – Creation  |  Mark Zimmerman – Cosmic Cloud Bowl
Mary Malucci – Dawg on a Hawg  |  Mary Margaret Barbe – Red-shouldered Hawk  |  MJ Seal – Blotograph 081820  |  Monica Wilkins – Just a Dream
Nathan Altier – Flight 5  |  Neil Stewart – Walking Down Sunny Googe Street  |  Norma Fredrickson – Kirkland Warbler  |  Paul Berryhill – Aging
Paula Roberts – Silo Birds at the Museum Trails  |  Phyllis Breidinger – Reflection  |  Rachel Smith – Every Dark Night Becomes Morning Light
Ralph Scorza – Three Mile Island Nuclear Accident  |  Robert Ballard – Fishing Lake  |  Robert Lesman – Skier Woody  |  Ruby Rodgers – The Peeking Giraffe
Sally Myers – Crow Jar  |  Steven Parrish – Flaming Hot Chili  |  Sue Hickman – Cubemagnetism  |  Susan Repic – Belize Pier  |  Timothy Crisman – Tip Jar
Vicky Dorn-Fontana – Where to? What now?  |  Wolfgang Neudorfer – The River in Winter  |  Zoe Hawkins – In Bloom #1

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ShenArts Members Exhibition

“Opposites Attract"

Barns of Rose Hill, June 1 – July 29, 2023
April 13, 2023
 
Opposites Attract is dedicated in memory of Dawn Moore, a beloved ShenArts glass artist who passed away in April of this year. A mini-exhibit of her work is on display as part of the exhibition.

This exhibition showcases 50 diverse talents of the members of the Shenandoah Arts Council (ShenArts). The artists work in an array of media including photography, sculpture, fiber, oils, acrylics, watercolors, digital and collage. Enjoy this group of work as a shared experience of art with diverse levels of talent.

You’ll see some obvious and some nuanced references to the theme “Opposites Attract,” as it was up to interpretation by the artist.

Enjoy these artists and their artworks!

Alexander Camacho Zabala – Parallel Reflections  |  Alice Irvan – Connecting, Meeting Notes Orange Versus Blue  |  Amelia Wilson – Simply Grace
Ann St. Clair Lesman – Blossoms Falling On Stone, Painting Complementary  |  Armin Wessel – Walnut Table  |  Brian Kirk – Attraction, Red Bird
Brie Dodson – Overture, Twist of Fate  |  Carole Miernik – Giant and Tiny, Mighty and Meek  |  Cassie Clark – Flesh and Bones
Clorinda Fresques-Tria – Peter Parrot, Running Free  |  David Sipp – Longing  |  Eileen Stephanus – Come Lets have Tea, Look Who Came to Dinner
Elizabeth Blakesley – Crab Luv  |  Ellen Zimmerman – Autumn Glory, Heavens Breath  |  Francine Markbein – Black and White, Sunrise Sunset
Jane Beveridge – Spring Garden  |  Julie Read – Tied Up In Knots  |  Karen Winters – Beauty and The Beats
Katherine Santucci – Big Tutti Frutti, Sonny and Clem  |  Kathryn Turner – Blow Away Dandelion, Summer Splash
Kay Caldwell – Butterfly On Rocks, Poppy Among The Rocks  |  Kelsey Camacho Zabala – Sisters  |  Kira Skala – Sea Cave
Kristin Zimet – Across The Glass, Over and Under  |  Lisa Fisher – Color Alchemy I and II  |  Lisa Sipp – The Yin and The Yang  |  Mackenzie Rose – Universe
Nadya Gordon – Goldfinches and Lilacs, Hounds  |  Nathan Altier – Contained, Flow  |  Norma Frederickson – Going Steady, Bloom or Prowl
Pamela Fong – Spring Grazing, Taking The Stage  |  Patricia Georgarakis – Little Angel, Syrian Angel  |  Paul Berryhill – Bodie Island
Phyllis Breidinger – Harvest Time, Winter Birch Forest  |  Rachel Crockett-Smith – What if this all went away and things went back to the way they were?, Have Light Continually  |  Rachel Sherman-Hackworth – It’s There, On the Garden Fence  |  Rebecca Anderson – Black Gold I and II
Robert Ballard – Blue Kee Kat With Mouse, Evangelical Squirrel  |  Robert DeMay – Excuse Me Would You Mind, New Friend
Robert Lesman – Flesh and Spirit I and II  |  Ron Salmon – Northern Gannets, Two Shakes  |  Sally Myers – Wrens and Weeds
Staci Sampson – Seasons Change  |  Stacy Talbott – Kellies Little Penny, Marilyn  |  Steven Parrish – Opposite Colors
Sue Hickman – Opposites Attract, Quilter in Gold  |  Susan Repic – Dark Light Round Straight, Peeper Lane Sunrise 56
Terri Parent – Love Birds, Two to Tango  |  Wolfgang Neudorfer – Harem  |  Zoe Hawkins – Cervus Floralis No. 4

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