Join the ArtHouse Photography Group for their “PS, I Love You” exhibition reception at the Corinth Library! The exhibit features 9 local photographers from the InterUrban ArtHouse Photography Group.
Exhibition Runs: Saturday, January 9, 2016 to Sunday, May 15, 2016
Meet the Artists:
Marilyn Lyons I have been using different mediums to create since I was a little girl. Whether it is with a camera, brush, polymer, clay, or scissors, paper and glue, I am always creating with something. Nothing created is ever a mistake!
Bill Mitchell I began taking pictures of nature and architecture in the early 1980s, and then moved into digital photography in 2008. My interests have since grouwn to include close-up, macro and sports photography of my grandkids.
Michelle Pond Visual art and poetry have been in conversations since the time of the ancient Greeks. I pair photographs and poems that speak to one another.
James Redina After more than 30 years of film cameras and chemical darkroom experience, this local photographer became an early student of digital cameras and post processing in Photoshop in 1992. His interests include landscape, nature and macro images.
Sharon Rodriguez The process of combining photography with meditation evolved naturally with the publication of Sharon Rodriguez first collection. This was the start of her continuing development with digital photography as meditative photography. She continues to use a one sentence meditation with each of the photographs in her art shows.
Catherine Sherman “It’s a Beautiful World!” is my theme. I love to share the beautiful and the fascinating in the world around us. I’ve lived in Kansas nearly all my life, but have traveled around the world and visited every state.
Lynn Sprowl I have a wide range of subjects that I like to photograph but tend to look at the ordinary. Like most photographers, I love nature and the splendid array of opportunities and subjects provided. I find the “abandoned” is a constant source of intrigue and make for interesting photography. I find beauty and mystery in the ordinary.
Jerry Stogsdill As a fine arts photographer I strive to create an image that engages the viewer on a number of levels. To achieve these results my photographic style runs from true photorealism to extreme abstraction. I want the image I create to hold the viewer’s attention past the normal appreciation time it takes to enjoy a “pretty picture.”
Susan Wagner Colorado is in my heart. Nature and anatural beauty are my muse. I aspire to capture the beauty of what I see, in photograph with minimal editing in Photoshop. The challenge and success is my joy.
January 2016 through May 2016, InterUrban ArtHouse has partnered with Johnson County Library (JCL) to curate art exhibitions at 6 different library locations across Johnson County. JCL runs their Art in the Stacks program with exhibitions displaying works from local and regional artists, and IUAH is proud to connect partner organizations, arts groups and community project with the library system to share unique local art throughout the county.
Exhibitions are in place until the end of May. Drop by your nearest library location and enjoy some wonderful art by IUAH friends, artists and partners!