Past Exhibits
“Black And White” Exhibition
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Liberty Arts’ current exhibition “Black and White” is a study of value curated by artist Eloise Larson. Through July 30, 2011.

[Featured Image Above: Detail, “Making A Hole In Emptiness…5” by Eloise Larson.]

The Black and White window display at Liberty Arts Gallery in Yreka, California

“Untitled No. 3655” by Jon Rife

The Black and White exhibition features work by William Wareham, Harper O’Brien and Don Hall

A series of “Running Gear” photographs by Don Hall

The Black and White exhibition at Liberty Arts, curated by Eloise Larson

The Black and White exhibition features work by William Wareham, Eloise Larson and Michael Le Guellec

The Black and White exhibition features work by Eloise Larson, Nickki Lee Hill, Lewis Meyers, Jr. and Jennifer Pentrack

“Raven and Sparrow” by Jennifer Pentrack

Jennifer Pentrack was one of two artists who sold work during the Black and White opening reception. Carol Jenkins also sold a piece. Congratulations to both of you!

“The Story of Ming” is a collaboration between Nickki Lee Hill (drawing), and Lewis Meyers, Jr., (writing)

The Black and White exhibition features work by Brenda Woods, William Wareham and Barbara Soulé

“Chrysalis” by Brenda Woods

Brenda Woods’ innovative framing techniques give her work a signature style that many viewers respond to

“She Waits” and “They Gather” by Barbara Soulé

A masterful study of value by Aleksander Balos

“The Fall II” by Joy Price

The Black and White exhibition at Liberty Arts Gallery features work by Janet Curti Haines, Brice Marden and Carol Jenkins.


Black and White
runs through Saturday, July 30, 2011

Liberty Arts Gallery • 108 W. Miner Street, Yreka, California 96097
530-842-0222 • libertyartsgallery@gmail.com
Open Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm

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Photography by Nikolas Allen
All work Copyright, All Rights Reserved, and may not be reproduced with out written consent by the artists.

 

2 Responses

  1. Brenda Woods says:

    Great show. I love the lack of color. Faves? Jon Rife

    • admin says:

      Thank you, Brenda. Several people have responded to Jon’s piece. One woman even wanted to buy it – until we realized it was mis-labeled with a price, instead of NFS (Not For Sale), as the artist originally intended.