Pyrography by Barb Godwin and sepia-toned photography by Roark Sharlow combine in an exhibition of warm and rustic bucolic images
Two artists sharing a passion of providing a glimpse of the majestic and stately natural world and the rural tranquility of old farms combine their work in this unique exhibition. Working in diabolically different mediums of wood and paper, their work is joined by the common thread of russet earth tones. Barb Godwin is a fine artist working with pyrography - the art of applying burn marks on wood with a heated object. Godwin applies her designs to a smooth wood surface and engraves the image with a special heated “pen” utilizing the grain of the wood and various degrees of heat to develop subtle values and tones. Roarke Sharlow is a fine art photographer known for digitally manipulating his images. Starting with a colored image, he first removes the color and then applies a sepia toning resulting in a subtle russet timbre with the depth of rich light and dark values.
Artists Reception - Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Date & Time
Weekly on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
01/08/2020 through 02/29/2020
1:00PM - 5:00PM
Festival Gallery at the Valley Arts 5031 Main Street Village Square Shopping Center Waitsfield 05673 VT US http://www.bestofcentralvt.com/businesses/vt-waitsfield-festival-gallery-at-the-valley-arts