Stephanie Darling and Jess Finneman show new work through August 18, and Mr. Turner screens August 15.
Artworks Community Gallery in Pine Mountain Village is a gem for those who create art and for those who are drawn to art. The current show—up through August 18—spotlights two of the most intriguing young artists of this region: Cuddy Valley’s Stephanie Darling and Frazier Park’s Jess Finneman, who grew up in the Pine Mountain…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Above left: Stephanie Darling’s poignant piece for a ceremony to honor and mourn Frazier Mountain Park’s dry pond. Above right: Jess Finneman discusses her painting ‘Anakin’s Journey’ with Elke Heitmeyer. Left: The artists’ reception was a social whirl around her as Jess Finneman told about ‘The Journey of Man.’
Above: ‘Stronger Than I’ by Stephanie Darling is oil and acrylic on canvas. Artworks Community Gallery in Pine Mountain Village is open Friday–Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
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This is part of the August 9, 2019 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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