Local artist Teri Edgeworth painted her way through this year's balmy months, resulting in a very beautiful, beach-inspired collection of work, and now she invites you revisit the summer and return to the shore for My Beach, Your Beach, Our Beaches, on exhibit this November in the Louise Gallery at Mulberry Art Studios. The show opens with a First Friday Reception from 5pm-9pm on Nov. 6, and will remain on display throughout the month of November.
Teri Edgeworth noticed, as she sketched ideas for new pieces and listened to people, that almost everybody has a stretch of beach they always go to each vacation. They consider it to be "their beach" when describing it to friends, which fits perfectly with Teri's hopes of the viewer gazing into her seascapes and feeling "right there with her" on her beach. As you take in the paintings, you can practically feel the breeze and the warm sand on your toes, and almost hear the waves crashing. Teri invites you to join her at the beach, one last time before winter arrives, and find the endless summer of your beach through her beachscapes. Teri also accepts commissions, so bring "your" beach to her! Either way, the richness of her acrylics and the painting continuing around a deep edge canvas that requires no frame will make you long to take a beach home with you or give the gift of the sea to a friend.
Visit Teriedgeworthart.com to see more of her work or contact her at 717.575.6104
Lancaster Country Day School’s Printmaking Showcase
Students of the Upper School at Lancaster Country Day will be bringing their artwork to Mulberry Art Studios this autumn for a Printmaking Showcase in the North Gallery. The exhibit opens with a First Friday Opening Reception on November 6th from 5pm until 9pm, and will remain on display throughout the month of November.
Lancaster Country Day School’s Printmaking Showcase will feature diversely themed works from Candace Thompson’s printmaking students, grades 10-12. The work utilizes the processes of monotype, linocut, and plexiglass drypoint etching. Some of the themes students explored in their pieces include maps, sea life, self-portrait, selections from the Seven Deadly Sins, and visual interpretations of singer/songwriter Josh Ritter's "Bone of Song."
"Students have been working with printmaking as a medium to explore a great many visually expressive solutions to one conceptual theme and group of symbols,” Candace Thompson explains. “The immediacy of the medium has allowed them to work with an unfettered, energetic, and experimental approach to art-making, resulting in art and growth beyond their initial conceptions."