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Suxan Anderson

Shown here with her work, Suxan Anderson uses natural images as symbols made from glass, paint and metal to touch upon larger meanings.

Noyes Art Gallery will host its first Third Friday event of 2019 on Jan. 18, ringing in the new year with art.

From 6-9 p.m., eight Noyes artists will present unique work of diverse styles, such as Suxan Anderson’s mixed media forest pieces combining glass, paint and metal that dance with light. Shown here with her work, Anderson uses natural images as symbols to touch upon a larger meaning.

Other works in the show include paintings by Hannah Ashburn, Kristine Behrens, Jane Chesnut, Mary Ellen Fulton, Julia Noyes and Daniel Owens, in addition to paintings and drawings by Lorena Wachendorf. Their styles range from expressionism to the surreal to abstract and more.

This Third Friday opening will also give patrons a chance to take a second look at January’s Focus Gallery show, which includes work by new artists. The nine artists showing work until Jan. 31 include Sarah Wanek (paintings), Lois Oliver (watercolor paintings), Natasia Breton (painting and illustrations), Ann Williams (mixed media mosaics), Drew Curtright (jewelry), James Sipes (metal art), Therese Bauer (paintings), Jena Wanek (illustrations) and Aurelia Thomas (paintings).

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.

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