Epiphany Gallery by Anne Groton
Art is imperishable. (Okay, the banana taped to the wall of the Guggenheim may have become a bit ripe.) We’re talking about the making of art. Art waits for us. Art can wait silently, it can give a, “ca caw, ca cawwww,” or It can stand on a chair and scream for our attention. Through the past two years, Epiphany Gallery sat in silence for a while then offered some nibbles for those craving a little art. Now, as we approach Lent 2022, Epiphany Gallery is hearing the loud and clear, “Look at me!’ voice! We’re responding with a triple whammy! Once the waffles of Fat Tuesday are digested, Epiphany Gallery is coming in hot to Lent!
Join us for:
Art Room Night – join us Friday, March 4th from 6:00pm until 9:00pm for a night of art and connection! We will have materials and ideas for creative exploration or you can bring whatever you are currently creating! Bring snacks and beverages and let the art begin! This art night is for grown-ups and high schoolers who don’t mind hanging out with grown-ups!
Art Room Prompts – beginning Tuesday, March 8th, the Art Room will meet on Zoom from 11:00am until 11:30am for the week’s prompt reveal and for sharing time! Prompts will be offered each week of Lent, through Tuesday, April 7th!
If you can’t meet on Zoom, no worries, we will send out the prompts via email, and will post them on Epiphany Gallery Facebook and Instagram pages! If you want the Zoom link or to be added to the email list, contact Andrea Fieldhouse Griner or Cassandra Morgan.
Epiphany Gallery Exhibit – we are so excited to exhibit the work of Kari Maxwell once again in the gallery! In 2020 we adored her almost-as-big-as-life bison paintings! Now she will be exhibiting a wondrous collection of birds. Much smaller but no less stunning! In line with our theme, “Unexpected,” this is a new and unexpected series for Kari! With the exhibit, we will share her thoughts on the “Unexpected,” in her art!