Admission is Free
Waterworks - The Eye of the Beholder
January 30, 2015 – March 7, 2015
Left: Essence by Hazel Stone
Opening Reception: 2–4pm - Saturday, January 31, 2015. All works are for sale.
The Waterworks Artists proudly present “Through the Eye of the Beholder,” a collection of extraordinary, original paintings to delight and fascinate the viewer. Each artist has a unique choice of subject matter and individual technique repertoire working in watercolor or acrylic on paper. Altogether, their individual strengths and vision create an amazing exhibition for the viewers’ eyes to behold.
The Waterworks Artists include these well-known Arizona artists: Carol Bentley from Scottsdale, Donna Eastman from Phoenix, Nancy L. Herbst from Tempe, Diane Kent from Glendale, Lois Meyer from Peoria, Marilyn Schutzky from Scottsdale, Laurie Sokiveta from Scottsdale, Hazel Stone from Phoenix and Jane Underhill from Phoenix. Many of these artists are nationally and locally acclaimed award-winning artists.
“Art truly enriches the soul and adds to the enjoyment of each day.”
~ Hazel Stone
The Chandler Portraits
by Tad Smith
March 20, 2015 – April 25, 2015
Left: Steena Murray Portrait
On exhibit at: Vision Gallery & Chandler Center for the Arts
Saturday, March 20, from 2-4 pm at both venues
Tad Smith of The Design Idea is truly a gifted artist, who prides himself on listening to his clients, and turning their design ideas into an artistic creation. Having developed his own graphic style in addition to his fine art, Mr. Smith has created an exhibition featuring the likenesses of some of Chandler’s most respected, notable and valued citizens. The exhibition features the images of people who have given selflessly to their community. Each person was nominated from a wide variety of sources, but every person featured has worked diligently to have impact in their community. Many have served on boards and commissions, and many have been long standing citizens working to grow, nurture, and advance our continually-evolving city.
The images displayed in the exhibition all represent a selected group of Chandler citizens who have been instrumental in their contributions and efforts on behalf of their community. “These images all represent the positive and inspirational ways people take pride in their community,”Smith explains. “Some extraordinary people impact their community in a positive way. When we asked for nominations from people, we were given the names of many subjects who have been positive role models. Last year we started with twenty nominations of people who seem to represent the ideals of the exhibit theme in prominent and consistent ways. This year we are adding twenty more.”
Chandler Unified School District Juried Student Exhibition
April 27, 2015 – May 8, 2015
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