Lawrence Street Gallery

in the gallery

September, 2014

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Glenn "Fuzz" Corey / Gary Van Gorp


Member artists exhibit


Two of our member artists are on exhibit this month. 


Glenn “Fuzz” Corey continues to delve into a contemporary exploration of traditional subject matter, especially the female nude in  Classical or Romantic settings.


Gary Van Gorp, self-taught, began his early days in art when he would interpret squiggles drawn by his artist mother into something he could relate to, such as birds.  Birds are often a subject of his paintings and he remembers that the first drawing he ever did was of Woody Woodpecker.  Many times he waits for the canvas to “speak” to him.  He likes to create a drama in his paintings, both in acrylic and oil.


Come to the opening reception on September 5th and enjoy the work of both of these artists!



Show Dates:                September 3-26

Opening Reception:  

September 5, 2014, 6-9 


Mid-month reception: 

September 19, 2014, 6-9


Gallery Hours are

Wed & Sat, noon to 5,

Thurs & Fri, noon to 9 PM

Samples of Member Artist artwork this month (come in to see the whole show!)

Jan Brown 

Abstract Expressionism

http://www.janbrownart.com/


Arnold Berkman

Photography

http://www.arnoldberkmanphotography.com/


Barbara Eko Murphy

Mixed Media, Watercolor, Inks

http://www.barbaraekomurphy.com/Home.html


Every month is a whole new exhibit from all member artists! Come in and check it out!

Bill Clark

Watercolor



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We have openings for new members!

if you are an artist in the metro-detroit area, please consider joining us!

http://www.lawrencestreetgallery.com/join.html

This exhibition is for Mature Audiences