Saturday, August 1, 2009

"With One Voice" at the 212 Arts Center

The 2008 Breaking Traditions exhibit, With One Voice, made its third stop on its tour during the month of July at the 212 Arts Center in Saline, Michigan.

212 is a very inviting cozy house that has been converted into a stellar arts center. They offer classes and host exhibits. The center is run by incredibly generous and art loving individuals and it was a huge honor to have the exhibit hang there for a month.

The lower level is split into two rooms. Below are installation shots of the exhibit in these rooms:






There are two rooms on the second floor where classes are also held. As students go up the stairs, they were greeted by one of the exhibit's panels:


And the hallway on the second floor was also host to two panels from Breaking Traditions:


In addition to Breaking Traditions, six local artists exhibited work (click on image to view larger):

From left to right: Entwined by Jacqueline Lams, The Edge of Spring Series by Joan Potter Thomas, Deb Kolar with her beautiful fiber art, work from Sidney Savage Inch & Leann Meixner and The Woven Seasons series from Lynn Krawczyk.


A huge thank you to 212 for having us and also to Leann and Kat for helping to hang and take down the show.

Below are the local artists that showed up to the opening reception:



From left to right: Deb Kolar, Sidney Savage Inch,
Leann Meixner, Lynn Krawczyk and Carol Schindler.

2 comments:

Judy said...

YAYY!! I finally saw a pic with my piece in it! It's right behind you! I am so pleased!!! :-)
My piece for 2009 is almost finished and will be in the mail very soon!

xo

Laura Krasinski said...

I love this... very cool...