“Convergence: Two Groups, One Vision 2015” also features Wabash Valley Art Guild artists
Halcyon Art Gallery in Terre Haute will present “Convergence: Two Groups, One Vision 2015,” a compelling overview of visually arresting art movements by Wabash Valley artists, Feb. 6-28. An opening reception is scheduled 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6.
The exhibition will feature paintings, prints, watercolors, drawings, glass, photography, wood, encaustic and sculpture by members of River City Art Association and Wabash Valley Art Guild. It is curated by Pria Rahmouni, president of WVAG, and Mike Bender, president of RCAA.
Participating artists include Julia London-Meddles, Bill Wolfe, Judith Lynn Smith, Kara Jeffers, Marsha Stewart, Joanne Fiscus, Bruce Fiscus, Steve Harrold, Michael Elmore, Edith Acton, Marvetta Bee, Bobby Parvin, Kay Clark, Debbie Anderson, Debbie Goodin, Jim Rhodes, Charles Wagoner, Todd Stokes, Mike Bender, Della Bender, Josh Spidel, Richard Acton, Leslie Cordray, Dian D. Phillips, Spencer Young, Ruthann Brady, Don Turner, Monty “Indiana” Jones and Sheila K. Ter Meer.
“Convergence: Two Groups, One Vision” is expressing a personal vocabulary through engaging art materials to its limit, said Ray Chen, Halcyon executive director. Both groups explore increasingly subjective forms of representation. They also share a vital sense of celebration and an eagerness for inspiration.
The February Saturday Artist Talk, scheduled 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 14, will be on Piero della Francesca (1413-1492), the mystery man of western art, who paved the way for the likes of Leonardo and Michelangelo.
In addition, the third annual Halcyon Council on Education for the Arts is scheduled 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 21.
Halcyon Art Gallery is at 25 S. Seventh St. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. All events are free.
For more information visit halcyonartgallery.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-807-8799.