Kari Weber

Kari Weber’s work conveys a visual story of places in the middle of nowhere. Her color combinations and movement tell stories of working agricultural spaces. Kari also hopes to show the smallness of humanity and the largeness of nature through her work. “The idea of landscape, and the stories that … Continued

Ashes to Ashes-10/14-11/11

Ashes to Ashes Opening Reception-Saturday, 10/14 from 5-7pm ***POSTCARD LISTS OPENING RECEPTION ON 10/7 IN ERROR. OUR APOLOGIES!*** Ashes to Ashes-10/14-11/11 Please join us as we explore symbols, rituals and rites of passage-some personal, some ancient. Urns for ashes or for admiration, two dimensional art for reflection and endless discussion.

D. C. Ice

Art is an outlet for me because it is a safe place to store honest feelings. Because of this my illustrative characters often carry grief. In other paintings, blessings and joy bleed out of the frame. I use soft pastel colors to mask the suspicious character’s twisted thoughts while harsh … Continued

Pollinators

pol·li·nate ˈpäləˌnāt/Submit verb convey pollen to or deposit pollen on (a stigma, ovule, flower, or plant) and so allow fertilization. Pollinators are in dire need of our help! This month The Grand Hand Gallery is buzzing with artwork featuring butterflies, insects, bees and birds. Unsure of how to bring more … Continued

“A Common Road” Kari Maxwell, Joanna Buyert & Lucy Senstad 6/11 – 7/10

Opening reception on Saturday, June 11th from 5-7pm Show available from 6/11-7/10 Regional artists Joanna Buyert (ceramics), Kari Maxwell (paintings), and Lucy Senstad (textiles) are coming together for a collaborative show featuring bursts of color, and vivid textures and shades. This exhibit, featuring new work by all three artists, represents … Continued