Watercolors by Gary Bukovnik
“Born and educated in Cleveland, Gary Bukovnik has lived in San Francisco for more than a third of a century. Primarily using the media of watercolor, monotype, and lithograph, Bukovnik fuses sensual vitality with fluid yet powerful colorations, creating floral and culinary images of great depth, intensity, and size.”
Paintings by Art Bacon
“People have always been my subjects of choice; especially older and often neglected people whose struggles show in proud faces. I also often try to preserve doomed elements of our physical environment in my paintings. Of course, a few of my pieces are influenced by my experiences during the Civil Rights Movement.”
Photography by Amy Schulz
Schulz is a nature photographer, capturing the beauty of nature through the lens of her camera. “I take pride in all of my photographs which are unedited, hand matted, and framed to compliment. All prints original and one-of-a-kind. I hope you capture nature’s beauty through my photography.”
Pottery curated by ESAC Instructor, Maria Spies. Artists include: Steve Dark; Brenda & Marty Stokes; Jason Stokes; Ben Twingley; Larry Manning; Zack Sierke; Bertice McPherson; Phillip Counselman; Susie Bowman; Tony & Rachel Wright; Christoher Greenman; Pieter Favier, and more!
Fused Glass artwork by Suzi Eveleth
“It’s all about creating something from nothing.”
Suzi’s artwork is made using recycled bottles (sometimes ones from our Art Walk nights!) and repurposed frames. “My bottles are sliced, chipped, crushed and ground into an endless array of shapes and sizes. Then they are fired in a kiln to create finished pieces. And of course it’s all recycled!”
Photography by Art Bayer
“There are different views both metaphorically and actually that are apparent to me in many of the exhibited photographs. For me, there is a story or stories within the individual photographs and then an overall story from the combined photographs. Your stories or story might be much different. We should compare notes!”
New works by Michael Vaughn Sims
Ephemeral Monuments is an exhibit of paintings, drawings, and mixed media that considers the concepts of home, Alabama heritage, the natural world and the constant cycle of all things. Sims is an independent fine artist and theatre designer who is active in Lowndes County, Alabama. He received his MFA in design from Yale School of Drama and spent sixteen years in New York designing for theatre before returning to Alabama in 2008 to pursue fine art on a full-time basis.
6th Annual Photography Exhibit
The Camera Club provides members, from beginners to professionals, with educational and skill building opportunities in the art of photography.
INTERESTED IN JOINING?
Meetings are currently held:
2nd Thursday of each month @ 6:30pm
Faulkner’s Fairhope Campus
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