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Of the Earth
Pamela Caughey
Jennifer Davies
Jeanne Drevas
Kate Hunt
Donna Loos
Richard Parrish
Lee Proctor
Pam Rogers
David Secrest
David Scott Smith
Fred Williamson

On Exhibit
February 28 — April 20, 2013

Opening Reception
Thursday,
February 28, 2013
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Admission: Free/Open to the Public


Pam Caughey


Jennifer Davies


Jeanne Drevas


Kate Hunt


Donna Loos


Richard Parrish



Lee Proctor


Pam Rogers


David Secrest


David Scott Smith


Fred Williamson

About the Exhibit
As humans we respond to the Earth through our senses.  We can see, feel, hear, taste and touch the Earth.  We feel it between our toes... the soil can be warm, cool, wet or gritty.  We can smell it in the air... after a spring rain, or on a dry and dusty summer's day.  In the briefest of moments our senses allow us to revisit a time, place, and conjure up images from our past experiences.

Many of nature's elements are comforting and familiar.  We live in a land of vast mountain ranges and open spaces where millions of acres surround and inspire us.  Art created using media derived "of the Earth" serves to remind us of these wild places that live in our hearts and minds.

Environmental artist, Andy Goldsworthy, has long understood this relationship.  He says, "For me looking, touching, material, place and form are all inseparable from the resulting work.  At its most successful, my 'touch' looks into the heart of nature".

This exhibition features artists who understand, respect, and honor our relationship to the Earth.

Pamela Caughey
Etched Copper Plates
www.pamelacaughey.com

Jennifer Davies
Fiber & Paper
www.jenniferdavieshmp.com

Jeanne Drevas
Nature Art Sculpture
www.jeannedrevas.com

Kate Hunt
Newspaper Sculpture
www.katehunt.com

Donna Loos
Sculptural Ceramics
www.donnaloos.com

Richard Parrish
Kiln Glass
www.fusiostudio.com

Lee Proctor
Blown Glass
www.proctorstudios.com

Pam Rogers
Paper & Natural Pigments
www.pamrogersart.com

David Secrest
Patterned Metalwork
www.davidsecrest.com

David Scott Smith
Sculptural Ceramics
www.davidscottsmithceramics.com

Fred Williamson
Wood
www.fredwilliamson.com

 

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