Tales and Scales – Embroidery by Robbin Pearce

I have been creating unique embroidery art most of my life. From a child at my grandmother’s knee through my youth embroidering on clothing to now creating statement pieces based on my life and world travels. My Work is simply…Making Art for Arts sake: *to please the eye *to tempt the tactile senses and *to stir the imagination. Robbin’s work will be on display until the end of September – Artist receptions on First Friday August 2 and September 6 from 5-7pm

“It took me forever to find my Quetzal” Monoprints by Marcy Greene

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Marcy Greene’s process of creating art is a mysterious journey. Getting it “right” or “beautiful” is never the goal. We will postpone our reception to July 12th from 5-7 with Devitt Winery.

Marcy Greene – A Leap of Faith – Mixed Media on Paper

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Marcy Greene’s process of creating art is a mysterious journey. She has come to revel in the wonder of listening in different ways – waiting for an image to reveal itself. Getting it “right” or “beautiful” is never the goal. The Muse is put off by artificial judgments. Creating art is a leap of faith. Talent Cellars will be pouring a selection of their delicious wines from 5-7 pm, be sure to make it down for a sip!

Judith Whitman-Small – Atmospheric Landscape Oil Paintings

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From First Friday until the end of May we are happy to be showing off some ethereal and lovely landscape paintings by Judith Whitman-Small. Judith’s paintings are inspired by her years of living on Maui, though she is now an Ashland resident. She paints with oil on linen and canvas and her brush marks and colors create beautiful environments that are easy to get happily lost in. Come down during First Friday to see them, check out our newly renovated gallery and design space, and enjoy some snacks!

Aaron Taylor – Life of Color

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Raised in Ashland, Aaron Taylor has recently returned to create and share new work. Drawing from an ever evolving appreciation for subtleties of style, line, and color experimentation, his silkscreen prints engage in an imaginative, elemental, and luminous aesthetic. His work will be on display from March 1 through April 30, 2019. You can also visit the artist in his studio space downstairs at the Ashland Art Center. On Friday April 5 from 5-7 Devitt Winery will be pouring complimentary tastings of their wine for First Friday.

Aaron Taylor – New Silkscreen Prints

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Raised in Ashland, Aaron Taylor has recently returned to create and share new work. Drawing from an ever evolving appreciation for subtleties of style, line, and color experimentation, his silkscreen prints engage in an imaginative, elemental, and luminous aesthetic. His work will be on display from March 1 through April 30, 2019. You can also visit the artist in his studio space downstairs at the Ashland Art Center.