Work by fourteen artists kept folks visually busy for hours! The show was so well attended that it was shoulder-to-shoulder the entire evening.
Thanks to everyone that came over on the cold spring night!
A closer look at one of betsy birkey's folded books.
Jeffrey Janson stands with a few of his graphite on watercolor images of chandeliers.
Collage Artist Doug Stapleton stands next to his "salon style" display during the opening.
betsy birkey stands with a few of her folded books. She does not use glue or any foreign substance to create her pieces. Each one is strictly hand-folded.
A great crowd for a great eve...
Young and old wanted photos of betsy birkey's books. Appealing to all ages!
Eric Gushee stands with pieces from his "Emergence" series.
Paul Clark and one of his photographs printed on canvas that stands up to outdoor weather. Friday night was the perfect testing ground to try it outdoors!
Our wonderful Gallery Artist Michael McGuire and his American Flags made of recycled cereal boxes. The gray pieces are India ink on cardboard.
Alan Lerner and his wonderful screen prints.
Gallery Assistant Jay Fernandez, left, chats with friends underneath Eric Gushee's work.
Steven Green with his new work featuring downtown city scenes.
betsy birkey's wonderful shoes!
Jay Fernandez and his "Ren and Stimpy Backgrounds."
Kathy Trumbull Fimreite's piece titled "Jane Teaches Manners."
Michael McGuire serves up some hot toddies to take the edge off the cold spring evening.