The Unseen Seen
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The Unseen Seen

The Unseen Seen

featuring the works of

Daryl Brooks, David Gochenour,
William Wareham, Jon Rife

Opening Reception

 Friday, November 3, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Daryl Brooks“Through abstract art, the unseen is revealed through what is seen.

This exhibition visually interprets the essence of emotion whether it be peaceful, chaotic, or simply aesthetic.

I was first inspired to paint in the abstract after viewing a Jackson Pollock exhibit. Although there was nothing representational in the works, it was very energized with content.

In this exhibition, The Unseen Seen, shows a variety of abstract art from the 20th into the 21st Century through the works of the four artists represented.

In the current work I am developing, I am composing various themes, some taken from nature, infused with symbols. A similar approach is illustrated through the works of the other three artists in sculpture, painting and photography.” … Daryl Brooks

Jon Rife, David Gochenour, Daryl Brooks & William Wareham
at a Liberty Arts opening reception.

Music in the gallery with Rick Garrett

In conjunction with Shoppe Serendipity and the Yreka Chamber of Commerce this month’s Yreka Art Hops will feature music in the gallery with Rick Garrett at 5:00 pm.

Be sure to visit the highlighted artists, activities and demonstrations in the shops on W. Miner Street in Historic Downtown Yreka. Yreka Art Hopsdirectories will be available at each end of the Hops at Pearl Spa and The Music Hall.

Rick Garrett at Liberty Arts


Funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency.

2 Responses

  1. Stephanie Lafortue says:

    Would love to see at least one woman abstract artist in this exhibit.
    It is interesting that the artist mentions Pollock. During that period of artmaking there were many fine abstract painters who just happened to be women but they rarely got shown.

    • admin says:

      Thank you for your interest Stephanie. All of our exhibitions are proposed and selected by Liberty Arts members. This particular show was proposed at our 2016 Annual Member’s Meeting. The curator, Daryl Brooks, proposed this exhibition to specifically include the four artists listed.