Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Growth, Renewal, & Change

Marie Christine Murphy: Blue MorphoAmanda Gordon Miller: Birds and BranchesAmanda Gordon Miller: NestAmanda Gordon Miller: Nest With Three EggsAmanda Gordon Miller: Nest, Nesting, Nestle, NestledAmanda Gordon Miller: Pregnancy Portrait
Amanda Gordon Miller: Sweet WilliamAndrea Rosenfeld: Carnelian Lucite Coral Five-strand-braceletAndrea Rosenfeld: Carnelian MOP Jasper Pearl Fire Agate 5-strand Slant LoAndrea Rosenfeld: Cocobolo with Azurite drum aAndrea Rosenfeld: Copper Italian Marble Mookaite Crystal Silver NecklaceAndrea Rosenfeld: Crystal Teeth
Andrea Rosenfeld: Mixed Stone and Leather BangleAndrea Rosenfeld: Purple FlowerAndrea Rosenfeld: Reclaimed Wood PendantAndrea Rosenfeld: Silver and Sterling Pendant Eye Glass HolderAndrea Rosenfeld: Silverleaf Pearl Quartz Y-NecklaceAndrea Rosenfeld: Turquoise Pearl Sterling Aqua Howlite Blue Goldstone Glass Bracelet Healing Side
Andrea Rosenfeld: Two Strand Amethyst Turquoise Pearl Glass Jasper NecklaceBrenda Decker: Spring SkyBrenda Decker: Vernal AfternoonBrenda Decker: Vernal EveningBrenda Decker: Vernal MorningDavid Ohlerking: Main and Spring
Growth, Renewal, & Change, a set on Flickr.
Join us for the opening of the much-anticipated exhibit, Growth, Renewal and Change, the first group show of TraillWorks' 2012 season. Through Friday, facebook fans and newsletter subscribers can preview the work on Flickr and save $10 on every $100 on work they purchase.

Featuring the following fifteen artists' insights of Growth, Renewal, and Change, this show is a fitting start to the Spring:

The opening reception runs from 5 - 8pm on Saturday, April 21st at the gallery in Newton. Artist, Ron Hornung, will be guiding attendees throughout the evening in making a collaborative "Handala", an artwork based on a mandala made from hand tracings.

Food is being provided by Spring Street's, The Plaza Restaurant, this exhibit's Art Partner. Frank Desario will be serving up his homemade paella, grilled vegetables, and more, along with drinks provided by TraillWorks.

For more information about the artists and the exhibit, visit TraillWorks.com.