Apricot Rose by Paula Chung
Flora: The Fiber Paintings of Paula Chung
November 1 – January 18, 2014
Artist Reception: Friday, November 1, 2013 • 6-8pm
Finding inspiration in the beauty and solace of her garden, award-winning textile artist Paula Chung’s fiber art will be on display in an exhibition called Flora: The Fiber Paintings of Paula Chung.
Like a painter, Chung builds a rich palette from fabrics incorporating hand-dyed silks, over-dyed many times to capture a rich depth of color, with nature serving as her pattern. Combining her palette and pattern, Chung’s work resembles the beauty of watercolors and conveys the awe- inspiring raw emotions the artist experiences from their beauty.
“Their images express my thoughts on life and I find they are a perfect metaphor for life’s processes of birth, aging and death,” Chung explains.
AJ Chandler by Tad Smith
The Chandler Portraits
by Arizona artist Tad Smith
January 24 – March 8, 2014
Tad Smith of The Design Idea is a truly gifted artist, who prides himself on listening to his clients, and turning their design ideas into an artistic creation. Having developed his own graphic style in addition to his fine art, Mr. Smith has created an exhibition featuring the likenesses of some of Chandler’s most respected and valued citizens. The exhibition features the images of people who have given selflessly to their community. Each person was nominated from a wide variety of sources, but every person featured has worked diligently to have impact in their community. Many have served on boards and commissions, and many have been long standing citizens working to grow, nurture, and advance our continually-evolving city.
Flight by Linda Ingraham
Linda Ingraham: 25 Years of Mixed Media Photography
March 14 – May 3, 2014
Muse-in-the-Mist by Linda Ingraham
Kinetic Art by Jose Benavides
Unpredictable Change: Kinetic Sculpture
May 16 – July 5, 2014
Art for Peace
5th Annual Commemorative Celebration of Daisaku Ikeda week presented by Soka Gakkai International, a Buddhist Association for peace, culture and education.
July 10 – 16, 2014
Full Bloom: Artworks inspired by our Gardens
July 25 – August 30, 2014