Spotlighting the work of Ellen Kaiden, Kristen O’Neill, David Rothstein, and Harold Ware

Saturday, June 18 – Sunday, July 10
Opening reception: Saturday, June 18, 2 – 4 p.m. 


Ellen Kaiden

“I am drawn to watercolor as a medium because it is spontaneous and uncontrollable. The thought that you can capture motion and color in water adds to the medium’s excitement. My paintings are metaphors and are full of life and movement.” — Ellen Kaiden

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Kristin O’Neill

“With a color pallette inspired by the Southwest, my work is fun, user-friendly and, of course, lead-free. I hope to provide as much pleasure in the using as I get in the making!” — Kristin O’Neill

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David Rothstein

“I will be exhibiting my work consisting of wood relief, sometimes with mirrors, exposing shadows, negative spaces, relief, forms and reflections.” — David Rothstein

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Harold Ware

“In my photographs, I try to capture how light and atmosphere transform natural subjects to create images we perceive at a given instant.” –Harold Ware

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