Fractal Photos and Glass Worlds Featured at The Meadows

The June show at the Meadows Art Gallery will feature two artists: Gale Ritchey and Kim Lyon. The show was installed on June 6 and runs until July 1. The reception will be held June 11, 2 – 4 pm.

Gale Ritchey will show her fractal photography. Kim Lyon will show her glass work, photography and fabric creations.

"Journey to Perfection" by Gale Ritchey.

“Journey to Perfection” by Gale Ritchey.

Ritchey is a higher psychic healer and her unique art fractal abstractions began very early in life. Creating fractals as abstract paintings has been an integral part of her life work, and photographing the subtleness of nature has been her personal interest. Her “vibrational progression exhibit” is a variety of large formats, and series pieces that hold a mesmerizing infused qi within the affect of color, form and texture.

Ritchey has her own studio gallery, the White Rose Healing Arts Studio in Fish Creek. Ritchey’s work is also available at J. Jeffrey Taylor in Fish Creek. For more information visit

Lyon first began exploring and working with glass in 1989. In 2012, she focused her glass art in the forms of stained and fused. The glass discs she makes (now called her “worlds”) were beautiful on their own, but Lyon took some macro photographs and started finding amazingly detailed patterns and images in small areas of the glass. These photographs suggested “cosmic landscapes and spatial worlds,” and were a new style of abstract art. Lyon’s photographs are shown on paper, using standard photography printing methods, as well as metal and fabric.

Lyon sells her work through select galleries, at a few art fairs, and online through Fine Art America and Etsy.

The Meadows Art Gallery is located at Scandia Village, on top of the hill in Sister Bay. Go through the main entrance of Scandia Village to visit the gallery. Gallery hours are 10 am – 5 pm daily. For more information call 920.854.2317.

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