This Month’s Art Exhibits
Ordinary + Extra by Hea-Min Jong
Hea-Min Jeong’s art is inspired by everyday life: spending time with children, traveling and townscapes. She hopes to inspire those who view her work to find happiness by being reminded of the value in their daily routines or of simple memories. Hea-Min’s line drawings are filled with acrylic paints and other media, creating unique textures.
Windows on the Woods by Anthony George
“As a painter, I want to make images that look alive and invigorate the mind, delectable objects that want to be touched, and that are interesting from any distance. My forte is landscape, especially aerial views, for they bring fresh perspectives and endless variety and fascination. Such landscapes help me to see a higher context for life, and they improve my sense of the environment and ecology.”
GLASS EXHIBIT CASES
The Book as Art by Ania Gilmore
While studying design and printmaking, Gilmore discovered a passion for Book Arts. “In my work, I explore the book itself, the boundaries between the form and the content.” Her portfolio includes works on paper, artist books, fiber art and mixed-media. An award winning artist, her works are in public and private collections around the world.