Mother Nature always has a way of putting life back in perspective. Everything seems trivial after something like Oklahoma hits. It’s hard to write or even think about anything other than the deadly devastation and loss of innocent lives.
On the May 25 Gallery Walk, The Jewel Box will feature the photography of Melanie Myhre, whose photographic art brings realism to fantasy images found in natural settings. The landscapes she shoots are bathed in a mystic light adding another dimension to the scene. She also has been working on photo shoots for avant-garde fashion publications.
There will be an artist’s reception and showing for Out on Main Gallery artist, Karena Isaacs, in the New Orleans Hotel lobby (63 Spring Street) May 25, 6 – 9 p.m. Meet the artist on Saturday and enjoy her latest work on display until May 21. Karena, a Harrison artist, who works in acrylic on canvas, says she likes “bright, textured metallic prints” and wants the viewer to be able to touch and feel the texture as well as experience the visual effect of her paintings.
Come enjoy the art of D.G. Womack, one of our area’s outstanding artists, at Iris at the Basin Park during this Saturday’s Galley Stroll. Her unique style, dubbed “three-dimensional Impressionism,” has intrigued gallery patrons for years. D.G. will be in the gallery to greet visitors from 1 – 4 and 6 – 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 25. Stop in and find out more about her creative process and see her newest work.
Meet local artists Ken and Sandy Starbird at Eureka Thyme during the May 18 Saturday Gallery Stroll. The Starbirds have a fascinating body of new work including a collaborative piece named, “Mistress of the Lower Level of the Dark Wood,” because of its resemblance to the growth often seen at the base of trees in the deep forest.
During Friday’s White Street Walk, Russell Harrison played the Ozarkophone made by Ranaga Farbiarz for the new Eureka Spring Music Park. The musical sculpture can be found from now on in the Music Park on N. Main, opening Saturday, May 25, at 2 p.m. Come and play!