I’ve recently joined the Gainesville Fine Arts Association.
I’ve been a vendor at GFAA’s Art Festival at Thornebrook for three years. I’ve seen the GFAA members’ work on display at the GFAA Gallery and in locations in town like SweetBerries.
There looks to be a lot of creativity in the GFAA artists, and I look forward to being part of that creative group.
Two of my wood art projects are in the GFAA Gallery for the “Abstracts Exhibit.” The show runs through Nov. 18.
When I received the announcement for the exhibit reception, I was delighted to see that “Wood Winds” is one of the three art pieces featured promoting the exhibit.
I’ve found creating abstract art to be most engaging, causing me to think about creating in a very different way than I do when I create my functional art.
If you know that my primary wood art is making Native American style flutes, you can understand how “Wood Winds” reflects more than a year of my flute work.
The GFAA Gallery is located at 1314 South Main Street in Gainesville. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The reception for the Abstracts Exhibit is Friday, Oct. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. and is part of Artwork Gainesville.