"Muchos Colores Y Formas"

                  by Ken Waldvogel

 

   

           "Untitled" by Jerry Spaulding

 

       

          "Untitled" by Elizabeth Kordes

Past Show

Muchos Colores Y Formas
March / April 2009

JERRY SPAULDING, ELIZABETH KORDES AND KEN WALDVOGEL SHOW ART FOR MARCH AND APRIL

           

Jerry Spaulding, Elizabeth Kordes and Ken Waldvogel showed paintings and drawings at the Cheri Blackerby Gallery for a second month. Three parallel approaches to abstract art were exhibited in this show. Colorful patterns made with paint, markers and gel pens filled the gallery with a bright, energetic atmosphere that felt festive.
There was a reception for the artists from 6 - 9 pm on Saturday, March 7th and Saturday, April 4th for Arts Alive. The gift shop was open and there were refreshments.

                

 

Relatively new to making artwork, Ken Waldvogel sees himself as an artist who is interested in developing his talents and increasing his visibility in the local art community. Ken says “Art shows people’s personalities.”

Elizabeth Kordes' goal at The Studio is to develop her drawing skills. Elizabeth says she likes doing art because it fills her need for productive use of her time.

Asked why he makes artwork, Jerry Spaulding looks like he has been asked why he breathes. “I like art!” Jerry says with an expression that seems to imply he cannot imagine living without it.