Frangipani Gallery is pleased to present new creations by Deb Moore, Deb Kik and Marc Hacker at the First Friday Art Stroll on Upper Duval April 6, 6-8 PM, 1102 Duval St, Key West. Deb Kik has a fresh new series of drawings done with ink and melted crayon, Deb Moore has new Island Life paintings and Marc Hacker has some exciting new Manta Ray Vases in the kiln. Show runs through April.
Deb Kik loves discovering new media. During a chance day playing with crayons, she discovered the loved the deep rich colors she could achieve. She starts with a pen and ink drawing then manipulates the crayons with heat (a hair dryer) and an exacto knife to scrape out details. Deb feels she has discovered a new media and is excited to see where this leads her as an artist. These small exquisite gems are sure to delight.
Deb Moore felt after staying for Hurricanes Irma and Wilma and seeing their after effects that she wanted to capture more of what is now, what is in the moment because we never know what we might loose. Her new paintings show some of the usual tourist spots as well as island living at its best. Deb believes all of us at one time or another have dreamed of living on an island and she hopes to show just how it feels in her new works.
Marc Hacker, known for his marvelous octopus vases, has three new Manta Ray vases in the kiln. Will they make it? You'll have to come to the show to find out!