Noyes Art Gallery will host a Third Friday opening Nov. 16 from 6-9 p.m. with new work from nine Noyes artists that push the boundaries of the imagination.
The event will feature a wide variety of media and visions. For example, Lauren Damm’s paintings and mixed media works launch the viewer into dreamlike scenes and present unexpected objects like the one Damm shares in the photo.
Other artists featured at the event include: Lori French (stained glass and felted wool), Lib Martinich (ceramics), Curtis Adams (3-D constructions) and Cherie Miner (contemporary needlework). Artists Sarah Wanek, Tita Hynes and Kristin Wulser, like Damm, use paint to present their individual perspectives on subjects from landscapes to birds and mythical creatures.
Additionally that night, Noyes artists will be celebrating the gallery’s 25th anniversary with a Creativity Contest using black-and-white postcards to create new works of art. Entries will be submitted and displayed in the Gold Room with winners to be announced. The public is invited to join the celebration.
Noyes, a cooperative art gallery, displays work by more than 60 artists. Located at 119 S. Ninth St., Noyes Art Gallery has been presenting unique art work for 25 years under the direction of owner and operator Julia Noyes.