December 6 – February 28, 2020. Using only the camera on his smart phone, Northrup captures the setting of where he grew up, creating a nostalgia for those familiar with the area, and a curiosity for those who aren’t. He uses photography as a tool to educate both himself and the viewer about the rhythm of nature, the preservation of tradition, and the relationship between resilience and sustainability.
Watermark Art Center presents three weekends of December shopping, classes, and Artist Showcases. On Saturdays December 7 & 14 we’ll have our Shop 505 artists stationed throughout the center demonstrating and/or talking about their work and offering new work from 10:30 to 2:30pm. If you miss these special meet-n-greet days, Shop 505 will be open…
Opening January 10 – March 2020, “I am a storyteller who paints with fabric and draws with thread.” –
An image comes to me first. I feel inspiration channeling through me faster than my fingers can move. When the piece is finished, I ask myself…What does this mean? What was this meant to communicate to me? The decisions I make are not what will the image be, I feel like that is instead decided for me. So the decisions I make are on how to best recreate the image in my head. It’s not until the end that I ask myself, now what does this mean?
November 1 – January 31, 2020. The world puts on a monochrome blanket, forests become transparent and graphical. Sparse colors seem even more vibrant, a snow-laden sky can appear darker than the snow-covered ground, snowdrifts reshape the landscape, and noises are muted.
October 7 – January 24, 2020, is a combination of Japanese and Western prints and functional-use ceramics. In the world of ceramics, the humble tea bowl had a profound effect on the evolution of pottery and potters.
“It’s Only Clay”, October 4 – December 21, is a National Juried Ceramics Exhibit & Competition focusing on functional ceramics, judged in the following areas: function, form/aesthetic, craftsmanship, and surface design.