Imposed Rhythm

“Pearls” by Colette Odya-Smith.

Woodwalk Gallery is pleased to present works by its represented artists in a 20×20 format to celebrate this year’s 20th anniversary. The opening reception for the show will be Aug. 10, 4:30 – 6:30 pm, at the gallery with food provided by Nistebox and music by The Gazebo Boys. Lockwood and several other artists will speak beginning at 6 pm.

Woodwalk has become more than just a fine art gallery of 50 artists along with Margaret Lockwood’s work and studio. It is a community gathering place, a nonprofit fundraising and concert venue, a cluster of workshops and a wedding destination.

To celebrate its 20th Anniversary, the gallery’s artists were invited to create a piece measuring 20×20. “It has been fun to receive these pieces, and I am looking forward to the installation of work that is all the same size,” Lockwood says. “There is a rhythm imposed on the show that is unique, sometimes violating the materials used in the piece as with the wood turnings by Kelly Bresnahan or spider webs encased in wax by Anita Winkler. For me personally, 20×20 is really small, so that was a challenge.”

Woodwalk Gallery is located at 6746 County Road G, 5 miles south of Egg Harbor, just off Hwy 42.