Visiting An Art Gallary
March 15, 2018 6:16am CST
While reading the paper yesterday I noticed our local Art Gallery was showing the art of a local artist named Shelly Niro. She is an indigenous artist, and her show is called Indian Summer. I texted my best friend and made a date for the afternoon after my Water Areobic Class. My best friend and I used to visit the Gallery for every show. As we walked into the building it seemed so strange, it has been years since we were there. I moved out of Grimsby about 15 to 20 years ago. I'm thinking its been almost that many years since I'd been there. That will change, we will pay attention and go to every show from now on. The artist is a native that lived in Ontario and Upstate New York near where I grew up. I recognized some of her photos shown at the gallery were from my neck of the woods. Her titles for her work were wonderful, we laughed often because of her sense of humor. We really enjoyed her show and the link below will show you a fast video of most of the art we saw yesterday. Having the time to really look at the photos and paintings made our afternoon a nice memory. Do you have a local Art Gallery that is free to visit? We are lucky I think and need to visit more...
June 24 – September 2, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, June 24 at 7:00pm Join us for the opening reception of Indian Summer, a solo exhibition of work by She...
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i like going to local art, craft and especially photo shows. but lately over here all the art has been very limiting, imo. Or as i call it, Seperatist Racist art. Its all about "brown pride" , "la vida loca", anti u.s. , anti law enforcement, the whole extreme left side of politics. im tired of seeing art with an aztec king riding a low rider through trumps wall.
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@PainsOnSlate - about 3 or so months back, i ended up talking to one of the artists, he made the mistake of asking me for my opinion, since i didnt share his political view he wanted to fight me. i just told the snowflake to chill and kept about my business. if he cant handle opposing views or harsh critiques, then he shouldnt be an artist, is what i ended up telling him.