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‘Music Of The Night’ Collection on Display at Village Arts

‘Music Of The Night’ Collection on Display at Village Arts

‘Music Of The Night’ Collection on Display at Village Arts Artworks from the ‘Music of the Night’ collection can be seen at Village Arts at 216 DP Road until August 3. Thanks to/VA

Artworks from the ‘Music of the Night’ collection can be seen at Village Arts at 216 DP Road until August 3. Thanks to/VA

ART News:

Village Arts organizes Music of the Nighta new collection of artworks with more than 20 artists from the region. The exhibition is on on view until August 3, and is a truly exciting combination of the sights and sounds surrounding the more mysterious part of the day.

The The reason for this exhibition was the sentence from the Phantom of the Opera, “The night sharpens, heightens every sensation – Darkness stirs and arouses the imagination—”, and artists seized the opportunity to dark hours and the beings and emotions that materialize.

Many artists looked to the sky and the wondrous landscapes of stars, moons and setting suns that are so often a draw to our dark desert nights. EE Aicher’s galaxy-centered watercolors and Ted Greer’s Milky The Way series create a unique sense of place and otherworldliness, and Connie Pacheco’s “Psalm 19:1” echoes the wonder of heaven. John Sarracino’s night photography captures twilight, reveals time-lapse star trails and detail the Moon’s crevices and craters.

Mysterious dreamscapes such as Ann Greene’s beadwork ‘Midnight Reverie (Creativity’s Lair)” and Wendy Alexander’s “Who Will Paint The Midnight Sky If Not For Us, Wild Thing?” find a home next to the Koshari trickster series by Jerry Beguin and Rosalia Olivas’ “Witching Hour”. Jeannie Gibson’s themes of antiquity and foundational stories of the southwest connects these dream landscapes and adds music to the mix.

“The flow and depth of the work in this show is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. shared… the colors and themes make Village Arts a little “It’s cooler on these hot days,” said Ken Nebel, owner of Village Arts.

The deep green eyes of the cat in “Night Wanderer” by Phyllisha Hamrick, yellow deep sea dwellers in Seth Dustin’s “Cosmic Fluther” and burgundy crocheted owl “Harold” by Lily Houghteling rounds off the prevailing colors of purple, black and blue are clearly visible in Melissa Alexander’s “Twilight” knitted shawl and Cathy Hinojosa’s abstract paint flows.

Visitors should be aware that roadworks are taking place along the DP Road corridor and cars are guided over gravel. Drivers must use the marked bend just past the shop to get back the road and use the Village Arts parking. Delays are minimal and the exhibition is worth seeing! Visitors are encouraged to vote for their favorite songs and embarrass an artist of their choice.

Many pieces are also for sale, meaning it might just be it should be possible to catch a shooting star and put it in your pocket!

Village Arts’ mission is to provide inspiration and resources to artists and hobbyists from start to finish, and custom archive lists for everyone the memories Los Alamos is creating right now!

Village art is Open 9am-4pm, Monday to Friday and 10am-4pm, Saturday at 216 DP Road. Discover more on social media or visit www.villageartsframing.com.

Artworks from the ‘Music of the Night’ collection can be seen at Village Arts at 216 DP Road until August 3. Thanks to/VA

Artworks from the ‘Music of the Night’ collection can be seen at Village Arts at 216 DP Road until August 3. Thanks to/VA

Artworks from the ‘Music of the Night’ collection can be seen at Village Arts at 216 DP Road until August 3. Thanks to/VA

Artworks from the ‘Music of the Night’ collection can be seen at Village Arts at 216 DP Road until August 3. Thanks to/VA