Presenting oVerlap, the fifth annual exhibit by the Red Threads Artists, on First Friday, October 2. Refreshments offered include wine and beer. We will allow no more than 25 people in the building at one time and ask that you please wear a mask and socially distance.
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To view the exhibits online, please visit Virtual First Friday.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Twelve local artists have come together in the spirit of the legend of the Red Thread: “An invisible red thread connects all of those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place and circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it can never break.”
Red Threads was formed as a collaboration to highlight local artists and the work of the Never Alone Foundation, which supports families created through international adoption. The NAF provides grants to help with the expense of adoption, children with medical needs and support for new families. All of the artists donate a portion of their sales to the NAF, as does Kreuser Gallery.
oVerlap will focus on unity, highlighting our shared experiences and the one earth we share as our home, rather than focusing on our polarizing differences. Through photography, encaustics, painting, fiber arts, drawings, ceramics and digital pieces, we want to celebrate the beauty of connection and community.
Featured artists: Lori DiPasquale, Chris Alvarez, Deb Komitor, Catherine Giglio, Jenny Kruckeberg, Wendy Reis, Gabriella Hudson, Lelia Davis, Adam Williams, Jeanne Steiner, Abigail Kreuser, Summer Kircher, Jerry Manning
ABOUT KREUSER GALLERY
Kreuser Gallery opened in the Depot Arts District in February of 2011 and relocated to its current space in January 2019. Its mission is to create and maintain a dynamic, independent forum providing a venue for established and up-and-coming local artists. Kreuser Gallery fulfills the need for personal growth, communication and a sense of community among artists and viewers.
Pictured: Promotional image for oVerlap. Image courtesy Kreuser Gallery.