Sound of Waves
One can practically hear the ocean down at Gallery 194. Don’t stand too close if you don’t want wet feet! LAA photographer Renee Badertscher has captured the power of the ocean with her camera lens and shares the exhileration with you.
Lullaby – 3 dimensional wall art
A more restful piece is this three dimensional piece entitled “Lullaby”. Dreams of angels in this multi media work by Dean Elkins.
Lady got the Blues
A multi media piece that really shows her Her Blue Side by Marianna Fiedor. Reminiscent of slow music, slow dancing in late, late nightclubs. Or something else, what’s your story?
Lilith the owl
Talking of night clubs, Lilith the songstress down at “Ye Olde Oak and Acorn” is often found perched with her favourite glass of porter and plate of vole au vents. If you would like to see more local owls or other sounds of color, hurry show closes August 8!
What type of art toots your horn? The LAA artists have just what eye doctor ordered on the walls of Gallery 194 this summer! Local artists give their interpretation of music and sound using all kinds of media and viewpoint.
From mosaic art to water media, mixed media and photographic the sound of color is expressed realistically, in abstract and impressionistic styles.
Ronnie – Flying Ace and night crooner
Ronnie, local flying ace, is to be found crooning at the local “Ye Olde Oak and Acorn” any free evening, over a pint of best bitter and packet of mouse scratchings. Doesn’t his little face speak volumes? Visit with him and his mates at Gallery 194 the next fortnight.
LAA artist Jacquie Piechowski and local artist Carolyn Dulin are exhibiting their “Compositions of Nature Show” at Gallery 194 in downtown Lapeer. This is your chance to see some fabulous work. Water media on canvas and painted boxes by Jacquie along with Carolyn’s dimensional clay pieces designed to hang on the wall.
Meet the Artists this evening 6 – 8pm at a reception hosted by Gallery 194.