The latest Hidden Springs Ale Works presents Changing Seasons, the work of nine artists, November 17-January 5, 2018. Opening reception is Friday, November 17, 7-closing. Our newest artists
The latest Hidden Springs Ale Works presents Changing Seasons, the work of nine artists, November 17-January 5, 2018. Opening reception is Friday, November 17, 7-closing. Our newest artists begin with Dorothy “Dore” Anderson, whose sensational work in paint and collage, from traditional to steampunk, explode from her canvases. Dore, an experienced exhibitor and artist has curated and exhibited at the the Carrollwood Cultural Center, and has served on the NTAL Board. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout the Tampa Bay area and beyond. Linda Leckey displays her giacometti-esque, poetic bold and energetic impressionistic paintings. Linda is a follower of the Russian Romantic Anarchy art movement and finds special inspiration in Nikolai Fechin and Leonid Gervits. Maggie Arnold has exhibited her magnificent botanic painting from Washington to Florida. Maggie portrays the flora of our world in sensitive and meticulous life-like paintings. Jodie Loson, photographer as well as an artist of collage and found objects, finds her inspiration through musical sensory experiences, abstract expressionism and impressionism. Jodyi exhibits her “altered state” photographs through her mission to create degrees of self-consciousness and self-awareness through her photographs. We are fortunate to be once again exhibiting the art of Judy Bales, master printmaker. Judy’s career began with her vocation of Graphic Design in the world of advertising and publishing. Judy displays her talent in well defined and expertly created prints ranging from animal and sea life to religious expression. Terry Klaaren’s art is a representation of over 20 years of world-wide travel. In the USA Terry has focused on over 50 National Parks, Monuments, sites of historical interest and natural beauty. Terry, a true plein air artist, sets up his easel to paint scenes on site in all their natural beauty. Kirsten Matteson’s artistic interpretations are created from personal experiences taken from her photographs which she then transforms into unique mixed media, utilizing semi-precious gemstone mosaics and acrylic paint. Other returning artists are Tim Gibbons with his exploding wild and imaginative images and Goose Pekarek, returning to display her work in charcoal and photography. All art on exhibit is available for sale. Tim with his wife, Jayne Lisbeth are passionate in their support of our local arts community and art in public places. For more information, or if you are an artist interested in exhibiting your work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 813.231.2579, email@example.com.
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Hidden Springs Aleworks
1631 N. Franklin Street, Tampa Heights 33602