Apologies! Dear Cochise County, for the last minute news. Tomorrow, July 14th, Bisbee hosts its monthly event Bisbee After 5. As always, the artwalk in downtown is highlighted. Our local curators and artists always pull together to thrill us with their creativity. This month, the PSA Art Awakenings Gallery proudly features the exhibit Legacies of the Feminine, “an exhibit dedicated to the contribution of female artists and art figures in our society.”
Ryan the Curator has selected works from local artists and offers a time of pondering Art over a leisure and light refreshment. A sneak peek at some pieces featured in the exhibition promises variety. Visitors, anticipate diversity in interpretation, expression, and medium – nothing homogenous! Come enjoy refreshment and networking with some of the artists!
Artist Cyn Kuhn will be featuring her collection of Faceless Portraits. In addition to her distinctive feminist art, many people appreciate her uplifting, nurturing vibe which manifests in her unique folk art and desertscapes.
Artist Bill Clark hails from Cochise County, born and bred. Naturally, he has mastered beautiful landscapes and desertscapes. Bill Clark also fashions most ornate walking sticks and other artifacts native to the Sonoran region.
Artist Alexandria Wiest regrets her absence at this event, but looks forward to future socializers. She specializes in mixed medium and 3D art. Alexandria Wiest — “I use my art to explore my place in society as a woman. The components I chose are meant to spark specific feelings and visual connections.”
PSA Art Awakening Gallery welcomes your support for local talent! Writers, Photographers, Journalists, Culturalists, Critiques – excellent time to relax and mix business with pleasure! An exquisite wine tasting room lies across the way. Flying Leap Winery has paired some of their local wines with Bisbee Good Cakes to offer cake and wine lovers a flight of their best. And as always, you can preview and/or review your adventures at #Bisbee4fun!