Bold graphic lines and a lively start for the New Year! Join us at Arts in the Village Gallery in January for a striking porcelain collection by Melinda Croft, and dynamic pen-and-ink style imagery of photographer Ken Sullins, as they offer a fresh visual and tactile perspective to ring in 2014.
With the new year often comes returning to regular work schedules, and ceramicist Melinda Croft invites you to use art in the office from her new collection. Be inspired by organically shaped vessels, containers and trays with matte black and white finish. Influenced by turn of the century potters and Asian art and philosophies, Melinda’s pieces work anywhere, and are functional to boot.
Fresh white backgrounds and black pen-and-ink style images from photographer Ken Sullins help transition you into the new year with a clean slate. The simplicity of the designs allow the viewer’s own eye to add meaning or personalization to each piece. Ken’s body of work depicting natural environments, birds and animals are simultaneously abstract and familiar.
Meet the artists and enjoy a glass of wine and small fare during a free, open to the public reception on Sunday, January 25th, from 4 – 7 p.m.