Open November 4 – November 28
Art Gym Gallery is excited to present our latest member exhibition, Wild Motif. Please join us for an opening reception on Thursday, November 4 from 5-8PM at Art Gym. Masks will be required to enter the building and social distancing is encouraged.
Printmaker Liz Barringer says about her work, “My work is about color, light, texture and pattern. It is inspired by all the subtle nuances I see in everyday life. The way a shaft of light falls through a window. The pattern created by overlapping leaves and rock. The shapes formed in a flowing stream.”
Mixed Media artist Monique Binswanger says, “Living in many places exposed me to a broad range of artistic expressions and gave me an appreciation for the talents of the artists, whom I had the chance to meet and get to know. These personal experiences both greatly impacted the type of artwork I enjoy creating myself and motivated me to explore new approaches toward my own work. To me, Art is like a language, a way of communicating emotions, beauty, frustration, love, and anger at times.”
Painter Audrey Freeman states, “My artistic process is expressed in the dance and movement of the brush when it hits the paper. I take inspiration from nature and movement and use it to heal, thus these subject matters are prevalent in my artwork. My artistry has grown as I have grown through my life experiences, and my creative inspiration continues to morph as I do. I hope to captivate my viewers by telling a story – often one that reflects life experiences.”
Lastly, painter Amy Marsh says, “After painting in a controlled way for most of my life, being free and uninhibited sounded very appealing. Color started to come forward in my painting. Color has always been captivating to me and I have been told I have a gifted eye for it. Color propelled me into action. By following my intuition splashing, dripping, and varying my brush strokes, I created art I truly love.”