One thing Rod Stickney knows his way around is color. After studying the art scene in Hudson and the valley, Stickney decided the time was right to share his love of art and color by founding the Hudson Art Guild.
The space is compact and the walls are lined with art, but Sunday night the gallery was abuzz with light conversation as a steady stream of guests stopped to visit, shop and see the depth and breadth of the artwork within.
A series of exhibitions featuring work by five area artists — a sculptural installation by Melanie VanHouten, contemporary basketry by Tressa Sularz, woodcut prints and collage by Mary Barrett, layered woven textiles by Marie Westerman, and original photomontage prints by Karen Klein — are on view Nov. 21-Jan. 4 in The Galleries of The Phipps Center for the Arts.
For the third year, works by Hudson High School students are on display in the show “Reader’s Art 8” at the Susan Hensel Gallery in South Minneapolis.
March 14, 2008
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