Opening Reception, Friday, February 2, 6-9pm
Rogues’ Gallery's group exhibit entitled "Wilde About Theatre," includes a variety of mediums whose main theme is theatre.
The reception is free and open to the public. "Wilde About Theatre" exhibit dates: February 2-28, 2017.
“Rogues’ Gallery is a gang of breakaway artists who are dangerously talented,” says Carol Christ, founder of the group. “They are packing art supplies and setting new standards of excellence in art.”
Included in this exhibit are works in a variety of mediums by Laura Easey-Jones (paintings/sculptures), Donna Staats (pastels/oils), Tom Smith (oils), Gwen Granzow (acrylics), Marcia Hero (collages/oils), Dan Pierce (sculptures), Carol Christ (watercolor/oils/acrylics), Lynda Brothen (jewelry), Thomas Buchs (oils), JJ Joyce (oils), Michael Andryzcak (pen & ink), Marcia Hochstedder, Debbie Callahan (paintings/drawings), Cherie Raffel , and Julie San Felipe (mixed media).
“We always wanted to present an exhibit tied in with theater. ‘The Importance of Being Ernest’ by Oscar Wilde being performed by the Village Playhouse seemed a perfect match for our exhibit. Our artistic inspiration includes many and varied plays, from Greek tragedies by Aristophanes to Mary Chase to Rogers and Hammerstein musicals, as well as plays by Oscar Wilde.”