Edgewood Orchard Galleries will host a public reception for the opening of its fourth exhibit of the season on Aug. 9 from 4 – 7 pm. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served in the gallery courtyard. The exhibit will run through Aug. 27.
The exhibit will feature artwork by painters Ken Schneider and Fred Somers, glass artist David Lindsay, and jeweler Lilly Barrack. The featured artists will present short talks about their work at 5 pm in the gallery courtyard.
Schneider’s paintings are heavily influenced by nature and many consist of small, local waterways and their surrounding topographies.
Somers’ oil and pastel paintings, known for their peaceful sensitivity, reflect themes from the land. Whether in intimate views of grass, rocks and water with reflections of light and sky, or in spacious vistas of the countryside he seeks to share the hidden places of nature.
Lindsay creates hand-blown art glass lamps and vases inspired by the sea and nature with movement and flow in their many shapes and designs.
Barrack has been designing and crafting jewelry for the enjoyment of her loyal following for the past 20 years. Each piece is individually handmade by skilled Native American and South American silversmiths. Her pieces are forged from distinctive, heavy gauge .925 American sterling silver with solid 14k gold accents. Every stone is handpicked in order to ensure every piece is truly unique.
Edgewood Orchard Galleries is located at 4140 Peninsula Players Road, one block east of Highway 42 between Juddville and Fish Creek. For more information, call 920.868.3579 or visit edgewoodorchard.com.