The gallery continues to display the work of poet Jose Trejo-Maya in an exhibit entitled Transparencies in Time. His work references the Mayan ethno-tradition and indigenous experience. The exhibit includes the means to access a recorded interview of Jose by the Seattle-based Jack Straw Cultural Center. Through the month of April, Theresa Burkes’ encaustic art is 50% off, so if you have been thinking about purchasing an encaustic painting (using a pigmented beeswax medium), April’s the time to do it. April is good, too, to get your Connie McClaran fix. She continues her Spring Fling Sale of 15% off through April 20. Last but not least, Steampunk assemblage artist Shawn Hubbs is donating the proceeds from any of his sales in April to benefit Ukrainian refugees in Romania, as there is a great and continuing need for help there.
View Jose’s, Theresa’s, Connie’s and Shawn’s work and the work of over twenty regional artists at Gallery 55 in February. The gallery is open 11-5 daily.
Workshop News: On April 6 and, again, on April 7, Debra BonSack will teach a sunflower painting workshop as a benefit for Wide Awake International, which is evacuating disabled persons from the Ukraine. You can reserve your spot for either day through the gallery website, galleryfiftyfive.com. The cost is $50, which covers all supplies for a completed 18” x 24” acrylic painting. Class size is limited to six students, and pre-registration is required.
What: Sunflower Compassion Painting to Benefit Ukraine
When: April 6 or 7, 11:00am – 1:00 pm, pre-registration required
Where: Gallery 55, 311 E. Lake St., downtown McCall
Class Size: Limited to six students
Instructor: Debra BonSack
Gallery Fifty-Five is a nonprofit artist cooperative. Please follow the guidance of Central District Health.
Images: Encaustic by Theresa Burkes, photograph by Connie McClaran, assemblage by Shawn Hubbs, sunflower painting by Debra BonSack
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