On Sunday, May 24 from 4:30 – 7:30 pm Woodwalk Gallery celebrates the beginning of its 17th season with an opening reception for “Margaret Lockwood: New Works.” The exhibit features 29 new works by Lockwood, works by 45 regional artists and Mary White’s installation for the event, entitled “The Labyrinth of Love: A Paint Chip Romance.”
For the reception David Beck will be playing keyboard and Jeremy Strickman of Sturgeon Bay Florist will dazzle with a signature floral arrangement. Beverages and food will be available.
“New Works” includes large-scale, ethereal Door County landscapes by Lockwood that evoke memories of times and places. In the historic, restored barn setting at Woodwalk, the paintings soar and invite emotional connection. Smaller pieces include a “Glimpses” series of ten 16” x 16” painted snapshots of the peninsula.
Other art featured in the opening exhibit includes: works in glass by Ed Apfelbach; sculpture by Dan Bresnahan; assemblages by Kirsten Christianson; ceramic tiles by Christian Egger; paintings by Lynn Gilchrist, Nan Helscher, Wendell Arneson, and Liz Maltman; and jewelry by Sylvia Youell and Becky Britton.
Woodwalk Gallery, open daily 10 am – 5 pm, is located at 6746 County Road G, two miles north of Carlsville and five miles south of Egg Harbor, just toward the bay off Highway 42. The gallery and barn are fully accessible through the south entrance. For more information call 920.868.2912 or visit http://www.woodwalkgallery.com.