“Rhythms of Nature,” a one-person exhibit by painter Lolly Shera will showcased at the Burien Arts Gallery in November.
Come meet Lolly at the Opening Reception on Friday, Nov. 4, 5-8 p.m. at the Gallery, 826 S.W. 152nd St. In Olde Burien.
“In my paintings I strive to bring forth the rhythms that I see and feel in nature, selecting and arranging the most important elements of a scene,” explains Lolly.
“There is so much to choose from outside and a painter must be selective. Maybe the sky or the water is very dramatic, or the trees have incredible color. I must choose what I want the painting to be about, create that element most important, and paint everything else to support it.
“Nature itself captures the spirit of our imaginations. Whether it is the color of a leaf or the sun on a field, each bright accent contributes to the cadence and rhythm of our natural world.”
Lolly’s art honors and awards include Best of Show, The Clymer Museum & Gallery, West of the Mississippi Juried Exhibition, 2015; Scholarship Award, Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists, 2011; and Second Place, Burien Arts Juried Competition, 2010.
Lolly’s work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions throughout Washington state.
Marta Creswell and Janet Price will be exhibiting in the Artists United room at the Gallery.
Marta, a versatile artist adept at many mediums, will be showing her pastel work. Janet exhibits her art nationally and will be showcasing her portraits and figurative work.
Also, don’t miss out on seeing the work of two talented local artists, Ken DeRoux and Garreth Schuh showing through October.
The Burien Arts Gallery is open Wednesdays through Saturdays, noon-6 p.m. and Sundays, noon-4 p.m.Facebook Twitter Subscribe