“Blue Roses” by Ausrine Kerr
Art Opening Reception: Saturday, July 19, 2014
Hevanston Gallery invites you to join us for a group exhibit of Paintings, Prints and Drawings.
EARTH and AIR:
Ausrine Kerr, Jeff Busch, Carol Neiger, and David E. Dallison.
Art reveals the world around us. It reminds us of natural places, objects, textures and feelings. It can unwrap our bundles of thoughts and put us back in touch with our place within nature, an intimate moment, or a vivid memory.
Saturday, July 19th, 2014
Time: 4:00PM – 6:00PM
The show runs July 19th – August 10th
531 Davis Street
Evanston IL 60201
Ausrine Kerr, has been creating prints, leather, and fabric art for a quarter century. Originally from Lithuania, now working in Evanston, she is both an artist and a teacher. Her vision is to “reveal beauty in unconventional ways.”
Jeff Busch, along with his other activities, Busch has been painting a watercolor every day since the beginning of 2014. A successful illustrator strongly influenced by N.C. Wyeth, he has increasingly turned his attention to painting watercolors of natural environments.
Carol Neiger, has spent the last thirty-one years as an Evanston-based designer and artist. Her paintings and prints are primarily of landscapes and people. Working in the summer at Ox-bow in Saugatuck, MI, she has focused on images of glassblowing and the passion of the artist at work. She is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
David E. Dallison, graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1987 and has since traveled painting plein air watercolors (working on location in outdoor light) of the people and landscapes of diverse cultures from all corners of the globe. “Encountering exotic locales and diverse cultures through painting has allowed me to observe what is shared and common to much of humanity.”
Hevanston is an Evanston, Illinois based gallery featuring original works by local artists in a variety of media including stained glass, oil painting, sculpture, and photography. In addition, the gallery holds events and classes, featuring local artists and topics relevant to the surrounding area.
Street parking available, 2 blocks from the Davis Purple Line & Davis Metra Stops,
And a parking garage 1 block North of the gallery.