Work of Over 15 Northern Nevada Artists
On Display February 1 through 28, 2013
More than fifteen professional Northern Nevada artists from Fallon, Fernley, Wadsworth, Winnemucca and Reno will show their latest projects developed to a theme of “Food for the ‘Sole’”.
The Art Exhibition and Artists’ Reception will take place in the gallery of Grate Thyme Kitchen, 150 E. Main Street, Suite 470 (in the Sky Ridge Plaza), Fernley.
The event, organized by Retterer and Bunt, is open to the public.
Pieces including pottery, photography, mixed media, paintings, collage, and glass mosaic created by the local artists will be on display. Two and three dimensional art will be viewable.
“The finished art is the result of the individual artist’s interpretation of the name of the show,” Retterer said. “The outcome depends on whether they consider ‘Sole’ as a food item or the sole of a shoe or something else. It is entirely up to them.”
The Art Exhibition will be open from February 1 through 28. An Artists’ Reception where Champaign and hors d'oeuvres will be served is scheduled for Friday evening, February 1 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 pm. The art work will be on display Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. Live music performances will be in session Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Participating artists are: Lynne Bunt, Carol Baker, Cynthia Ceresola, Sharri Lou Casey, Judi Crawford, Alice Drendel, Paula Kerr, Dorothy Kusler, Vivian Olds, Theodocia Swecker, Patricia Sammons, Diane Sewell, Brenda Anne Retterer, Jack Taylor, Jeri Taylor, Bonnie Wright, Jerome (Jerry) Mansker and Jeannette Hale.
“Food for the ‘Sole’” is the third showing to be held at Grate Thyme Kitchen’s gallery. Schoofs plans to present one show per month with an ongoing display of local artists’ work. Each new showing will remain in place for the full month.
For more information about the “Food for the ‘Sole’ Art Exhibition” and/or future art events call 843-0820.
Caption for photo:
Brenda Retterer, Art Exhibition Organizer (Left), Brigitte Schoofs, owner of Grate Thyme Kitchen (center) and Lynne Bunt, also Art Exhibition Organizer, (right), with two unique pieces of art that will be on display from February 1 throughout the month.