New exhibition at Headwaters Arts Gallery

ALTON – Headwaters Arts Gallery is happy to current Mild-Color-Texture, an beautiful members artwork present that includes over 30 works by three extraordinarily gifted Headwaters Arts members: painter Marnie Cooke;  glass artist Kathryn Thomson; and wooden turner Brian Parrot. 

Every artist shares their particular technique of working with their chosen medium. 

Kathryn Thomson makes use of gentle and texture to create ethereal blown glass bowls, vases and sandblasted sculptural works. 

Marnie Cooke, a recent interpretive artist,  creates magical, vibrant impressions of magnificence, thriller and fantasy utilizing acrylics on canvas and wooden. 

Brian Parrott, a one-of-a-kind wooden turner, interprets the fantastic thing about wooden via texture and type to create sensible works with a aptitude.

“The juxtaposition of those three very totally different mediums is certain to excite the viewer as they expertise the distinctive but complimentary artistic endeavors displaying gentle, color, and texture of paint, glass and wooden,” mentioned Cooke. 

All artists will likely be in attendance at a gap reception on Saturday, July 8, from 1 to 4pm within the Headwaters Arts Gallery on the Alton Mill Arts Centre in Alton.

Mild-Color-Texture runs from July 5 till Aug. 7 within the Headwaters Arts Gallery.

The Headwaters Arts Gallery is open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am to 5pm, on the  Alton Mill Arts Centre at 1402 Queen St. W. 

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Handmade Sculptures – From July 5 to Aug. 7, the Mild-Color-Texture artwork present will likely be on show within the Headwaters Artwork Gallery in Alton.

Mild-Color-Texture – Kathryn Thomson creates ethereal blown glass bowls, vases and sandblasted sculptural works.               

Artistic Carving – Wooden turner Brian Parrot creates sensible works with a aptitude.