Saturday, October 2, 2010

Thanks to all that joined us last night for "Rage - Freedom of Expression". The Gallery was full, the art was amazing and the front of the Gallery was really spectacular. Gallery artists Joe Dwzill, Betty Wilson, and Joyce Brown created an amazing installation representing the BP oil disaster in the Gulf. An oil derrik featuring blood soaked dollar signs pumped oil over a destroyed beach. Turtle eggs lay broken in the sand, with hands reaching in supplication toward the sky. Gallery artist Norm Gitzen's famous "Siren" stood blindfolded and bound, helpless. New Gallery artist Yure posed an amazing bronze dinosaur over the scene, representing fossil fuels. A gripping and truly expressive installation!

The "Raging Grannies" also joined us, lending their voice in song to our concerns about the environment. What a great group of motivated, outspoken women! More photos to come soon....

Stay tuned, many more exciting events just around the corner!

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