- January 21–February 14, 2020
- Opening Reception: Thursday, January 23, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Judy Feuerherm’s career spans 40 years of diverse experience including painting conservation, art gallery and real estate development partnerships, journalist and editor, corporate leadership and training and coaching. Judy maintains a painting studio where she explores her interests in abstracting aerial land formations and her love of profuse flower arrangements, whether in her garden, in vases throughout her house, or on canvas. According to Judy, “My acrylic collages are inspired by the beauty of color, shape and form in the floral world.”
Kurt Feuerherm’s art focuses on the abstraction of nature-related subjects. His landscape paintings and collages are influenced by his lifelong curiosity about nature and his exposure to varied geographic areas of the world. His ceramic creatures—birds, snakes, dogs, and anteaters—reveal his irrepressible sense of humor and his fascination for animals and their behavior. Kurt has traveled extensively in the US, Mexico, the Caribbean islands, and Europe. From that travel and his close observation of the natural world, he has produced a body of work that bridges media, techniques, and forms, just as it reflects the images and nuances of many topographies and cultures.
Opening Reception parking provided in Lot F.
Free and open to the public.
SPONSOR: Visual and Performing Arts Dept. and the Creative Arts Council