Monday, May 6, 2013

Shenandoah Valley Art Center in Waynesboro, Virginia

Thanks to the exhortations and support from my buddy Deb Booth, I've become a member of the SVAC.  Right now in the main gallery there is an excellent show of quite large and dramatic wood cut prints.  The hall galleries has contributions by gallery members on the subject of 'green' - which brought entries of green colors, green as natural, as in art done on or with wood and green as eco-friendly, with recycled materials.  

I contributed two green pieces - Dunton an altered-doll elf and Dorothea a color-green-themed altered doll and find I am excited about being part of a collective environment once again.  Piper Groves is the dynamic gallery director and I really look forward to getting to know her better and work with her.  I also discovered that there is a pottery studio and kiln open to members and am happy to be able to consider working in hand-built ceramics once again.

Dunton-Woodland Elf, Altered Doll, Mixed-Media 12"high

Dorothea Altered-Doll, Mixed-Media 10" high

In the area? Check out the gallery.   Enjoy lunch around the corner  at The Green Leaf Grill on Main St.

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