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Upcoming Events Dec 06, 2016 Comments Off on Spotlight on Art

“Organic Elements for the Artful Soul”

Exhibition Begins: August 5th ,2018
Exhibition Ends:September 8th ,2018
Reception : Friday August 17th , 2018, Gallery Night @ Blue Morning Gallery

Featured Artist:
Cathryn Deal-Photography
Amy Hines- Metalsmith
Ric Koressel- Woodwork
Holly Vaughn- Jewelry
Organic Elements for the Artful Soul features the work of Cathryn Deal (photography), Amy Hines (metal), Ric Koressel (wood), and Holly Vaughn (jewelry).

Nature is Cathryn Deal’s connection to spirituality. With all the distractions in life, she can return to nature and become calm and still. Through photography she loves to capture those moments of awareness and share them.

Always inspired by nature, metal artist Amy Hines manipulates mild steel into sculptural forms to compliment both indoor and outdoor spaces. Each piece is sketched and then hand cut to be bent and welded, producing unexpected results with every effort.

Ric Koressel’s passion for working wood began with a table saw acquired while in college. From that time on he has gained skills and knowledge from books and hands-on experimentation. The vast number of wood species with their incredibly varied hues and grain patterns have allowed him a virtually unlimited palette. His boxes are assembled with only glue and precise joinery. In addition to being functional, they contain sculptural elements and a bit of whimsy.

Beaches provide some of nature’s best gifts. In this collection, jewelry artist Holly Vaughn takes inspiration from the subtle colors, rounded shapes, and smooth textures of beach pebbles she has personally collected. Framed in sterling silver and accented with gemstones, she has created a collection of wearable art that is organic in its roots and artful by design.
You don’t want to miss this show!
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“Expressions”

Exhibition Begins: September 9th ,2018
Exhibition Ends:October 13th, 2018
Reception : 5-8pm Friday September 21st, 2018. Gallery Night @ Blue Morning Gallery

Featured Artist:
Jan Kurtz- Jewelry and Painting
Jean Tarnok- Photography
Elaine Woodward- Painting

Jan Kurtz is captivated and inspired by things from nature and the sea. She served as a research scientist with the US EPA, studying environmental problems in the Gulf of Mexico and has carried that interest forward by painting intimate naturescapes and portraits of sea life. Jan also creates wearable works of art as jewelry. Her bracelets , necklaces , and earrings often depict animals and plants from the sea incorporating beautiful pearls and stones set in shining silver that reminds her of the waters that she loves.

Jean Tarnok likes celebrating nature and the beauty of all things created through her artwork. Conceptual works of psychological aspect of life also intrests her. She served as a Visual Information Specialist and Illustrator for the National Museum of Naval Aviation for many years, (where she retired from civil service) and currently works as a photographer for the Pyramid Organization, shooting musicals of developmentally challenged adults. Jean is particularly drawn to photographing wildlife and other fascinating aspects of nature.

Elaine Woodward. In recent years Elaine has painted representational art as seen in her landscapes, florals and animals. In the show “Expressions” Elaine is implementing a more abstract style- loosening up and exploring shape and color.
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Hello Gulf & Emerald Coast!

Upcoming Events Jun 15, 2012 1 Comment

Welcome to the new website of Blue Morning Gallery.  Please feel free to browse around and let us know if there is anything out of sorts or know something that you would like to see here!
Thanks & Hope to see you soon,
Blue Morning Gallery

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