Maureen O'Hara Ure in Main Gallery, Gini Pringle in Dibble, Paul Dougan Across The Street @ Phillips Gallery (Until Nov 11, SLC)

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO AN EVENING OF CONTEMPORARY ART:

 
Love & Work 
by
Maureen O'Hara Ure
Maureen O'Hara Ure, "Quiet", mixed media, 16 X 20 inches
October 21st - November 11th
 
Please join us this Friday, October 21st from 6 – 9pm for the opening of Love & Work, new paintings by Maureen O'Hara Ure in our Main Gallery and photographs printed on metal by Gini Pringle in our downstairs Dibble Gallery.
  

Love & Work, - references to the medieval art and artifacts Maureen O’Hara Ureencountered in Italy and France. “Love & Work may be read as the latest report from the quiet depths of my studio, a sort of journal edited for publication, or perhaps a collection of short stories I have revised off-and-on over the years. These images have their own tales to tell about grace and love and loss and survival and through it all, about the simple pleasures of work.”



 
Gini Pringle, "Havana Cafe", photograph on metal with neon, 31 X 40 inches
Now in this ever changing photographic world, urban photographer, Gini Pringle has embraced printing on metal and enhancing some with neon. She brings to life the dozens of car images she captured in her Cuban travels with a process that makes them look different than other car images that are exploding out of the “new” Cuba.  About her work she says: “Through all the years of distillation I find that I am totally fascinated by the human condition; how people spend time together, how they celebrate, where and how they eat, the joy of the party, the brilliance of one era, leading to its decay in another. It is an unending tapestry, from one country to another, from one city to another, one family to another, from one age to another.” This exhibit is a celebration of colorful Cuban life.
 
&
Across the street at Evolutionary Healthcare will be photography by Paul Dougan, covering a variety of subject matter. 
For a preview of the exhibit please visit www.phillips-gallery.com
Please join us. Admission, as always, is free.

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