Artists of In-Town Gallery were asked to submit for June’s theme pieces of art that reflect what feeds them - body or soul. This question evoked a myriad of responses.
Robin Howe’s interpretation of the theme led her to create a piece illustrating the peacefulness of yoga performed outdoors, an activity which nourishes her soul. This piece, made from tissue paper, modeling gel and flakes, is entitled “Tree Pose”. Ms. Howe’s second creation is a watercolor that features mindfulness and the quiet contemplation of the natural world, entitled “In Lotus”.
On the other hand, Gay Arthur, Lora Miller and Judy Jones opted for images of more traditional, but equally healthy, food for the body. Jan Lamoreaux created a silk scarf that provides food for thought entitled “Sow Kind Crops” as a reminder that where you invest your love, you invest your life.
These paintings, along with the creations of several other In-Town artists, will be featured on the front wall of the Gallery during the month of June and at the First Friday celebration on June 3. As always, the public is invited to attend the reception on First Friday from 5-8 p.m.