Painting Uncorked

Create a piece of art while sipping wine! No experience required. Taught by Studio Underground artist Justyne Fischer, these 2-hour classes will result in an original piece of art you can take home and enjoy. Created by YOU! Fee covers wine and all materials.Come with your friends and uncork your hidden artist! Must be 21 years of age or over to participate. Class is 2 hours from 6:30 – 8:30.…

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Gallery Underground Members Series Show

All Member Show: “Bodies of Work: Art in Series”  Dates: April 1 – 26  Opening Reception: Friday, April 4, 2014, 5 – 8 p.m.    In the Main Gallery this month Gallery Underground features “Bodies of Work: Art in Series” an exhibit of works by the gallery’s 43 members. Each artist will display a group of works with a central theme, or series. A variety of media and styles are…

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Mayhem Juried by Mark Cameron Boyd

Mayhem Juried by Mark Cameron Boyd April 29 – May 30, 2014 Opening Reception: Friday, May 2, 5-8pm Mayhem: art about chaos, disorder, and confusion. Mayhem might depict the after effects of a day cooking in the kitchen, a bad hair day, a painting project gone amuck, the aftermath of a natural disaster, the results of trying unsuccessfully to multi-task too many things at one time. Mayhem is a part…

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  • Series of the Day: Linda Donaldson's
    "Vanished Civilizations" Series. Says the artist of these fascinating works:
    "I first visited Stonehenge in my 20’s, on a chilly October day. It was before a parking lot, a gift shop, and roped-off areas had been introduced, and I was able to park beside the road and wander around the site by myself. It was the first time that I felt the pull of a civilization remote in time from my own. I could sense the immense effort it took to move huge stones across the Salisbury Plains and to erect them in a precise place and pattern. But, much about the people who built Stonehenge was – and remains -- unknown. Since then, I have enjoyed visiting other locations where human structures reveal a way of life both familiar and mysterious. The paintings in this series are of four such places:
    -- Stonehenge, a Neolithic site in England, used for centuries, whose stone circles were probably built between 2600-2400 B.C.E.
    -- Petra, a site in Jordan. Once a city that thrived on a major trading route between 312 B.C.E. and 106 C.E., Petra later declined until it was abandoned in 663. My painting is of the Treasury, the most famous structure in Petra.
    -- St. Simeon, a ruined Coptic Christian monastery near Aswan Egypt. St. Simeon was occupied between the 11th and 13th centuries. My painting is of a doorway leading to an open courtyard.
    -- Machu Picchu, the famous Inca mountain-top city in Peru’s Sacred Valley. It was occupied for only 100 years, from 1450. Why it was built and then abandoned remains uncertain, but the power of this site to fascinate modern visitors is undeniable."
    All works in series are Oil.

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Thursday April 24 from 6:30 – 8:30

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