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“Dialogues II” Opening Night
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Reception for "Dialogues II" featuring Wareham & Slusky

Liberty Arts hosted an opening reception for “Dialogues II” featuring the art of William Wareham and Joseph Slusky.

Dialogues II kicked off the 2014 Exhibition Calendar at Liberty Arts Gallery with a collection of drawings, paintings and sculpture by long-time friends and creative conspirators William Wareham and Joseph Slusky.

Gallery Group

The opening drew plenty of friends, local artists and gallery patrons who came to celebrate, have fun and enjoy the beautifully curated exhibition.

Wareham and Meeks

While Joseph Slusky could not make the opening, William Wareham (above left chatting with Brian Meek) was representing in fine form.

Window Display

These muted, somber sartorial tones belie the warm joy of reverent celebration.

Service with a smile

Service with a Smile: Lenita Higgs (foreground left) and Bee Soulé (background) keep the spirits flowing…

Kim Presley

…while Liberty Arts Creative Director, Kim Presley, serves up smiles of her own.

Awed by Art

These guests are awed by William Wareham’s works of art…

A Closer Look

…while this guest enjoys a closer look at the playfully-painted sculpture of Joseph Slusky.

Genny and Bruce

Genny Axtman and Bruce Anthony performed classic hits from the 70s and 80s, including a rousing singalong rendition of Tommy Tutone’s “867-5309/Jenny” that transformed the gallery into a temporary dancehall.

Corner Conversation

The live music made conversation difficult, but these two managed to find a quiet confabulatory corner.

Jessah Breault

Jessah Breault, new Gallery Manager for Siskiyou Arts Council in Mt. Shasta enjoyed an initiatory visit to Liberty Arts Gallery where she contemplated the art…

Jessah and Brenda Debate

…and engaged in creative discourse with Liberty regular Brenda Woods (right).

The Gals Convene

Local artists Candace Miller (left) and Monica Zinda (middle) catch up with Assistant Director of Liberty Arts, Sharon LoMonaco (right).

A Meeks Moment

“Flowers always make me cry…” — Brian and Connie Meek share a moment.

Man of the Hour

William Wareham declined to discuss his work formally at the reception, opting instead to wait until Thursday, February 13, when he and Joseph Slusky will host an Artist Talk from 5 – 7pm at the gallery.

Dialogues II Runs Through: Friday, February 14, 2014

Liberty Arts Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 10am – 5pm

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Photos and text by Nikolas Allen“This is my last show as the Liberty Arts Media Man and I thank you all for your super support, kind comments and amazing patronage during my 3 years of involvement.” —XOXO, Nikolas

One Response

  1. alek says:

    Great Showing!