Rita Bhasin, Carrie MaKenna, Sandy Marvin and Bev Ruiz take over the Core New Art Space walls and exhibit a colorful mixture of work. All artists work in a bold array of colors and textures, making their work blend beautifully. Bhasin’s paintings express the tactile, bold and colorful quality of her love for the outdoors, ancient cultures and natural materials. MaKenna's work explores The Universal Circle through painting, sculpture and play. It’s a culmination of 30 years of interest, study, practice and teaching about the Circle as a unique Universal Pattern and Spiritual Resource. Marvin is a contemporary realist painter who enjoys painting with pastel plus dashes of other media in the mix. Ruiz's art reflects the bold and vivid colors she sees in nature and everyday life. Primarily a studio painter, she shares her artistic expression through imaginative layers of bold colors, textures, and brush strokes.
In the Core annex space, David Dunbar exhibits work that is borne of one single uninterrupted line which never crosses over itself and has a clear beginning but a very inconspicuous ending. The mixture of puzzle and art makes Dunbar's work highly intriguing.
Opening Reception: Friday, February 15, 6-9pm