Three artists will be showing their unique take on landscape painting in our gallery space.
Kathy Hutton is working in pastels and charcoal to bring her surrealist inspired drawings to life. Her images are drawn from her home on the eastern plains and feature tornadoes, cattle and deer horns, and flying houses.
Jonathan Sulinski did not intend his new paintings to form a series. His small-scale works were a way to work quickly in the limited amount of time he had to devote to his art after college. Each one starts with a photograph taken while hiking in the Colorado wilderness and focuses on details of the landscape. These paintings focus on spacing, composition, and the use of brushstrokes to create rhythm and color to create depth.
Julia Brochéy’s landscapes intertwine music, visual art, and dance, using instruments and instrument parts as her canvases on which to depict scenes inspired by cultures within this region and beyond. Julia’s other love, flamenco dance, is evident in the textures and colors of her landscapes.
2017/02/17 - 2017/03/13
Additional time info:
Opening night artists’ reception on February 17 from 5-8 p.m.