On Sunday, June 14, everyone is invited to join local artists Jeanne Kuhns and Stacia Dick-Schuster at Kuhns’ Lost Moth Gallery from 2 – 6 pm for the opening of “The Sky Is Falling,” a show featuring new works of whimsy and depth. Painting with acrylics on canvas, linen, and wood, Kuhns and Dick-Schuster show their connection to nature and metaphor as a way to process life’s struggles and to celebrate everyday moments of spiritual awakening.
Kuhns, the owner and resident artist of Lost Moth Gallery, studied fine art at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, Illinois, and at The Peninsula Art School here in Door County. She is also a Registered Nurse as well as a performing singer/songwriter.
Stacia Dick Schuster, a Manitowoc native currently living in Sturgeon Bay, earned a Master’s degree in art therapy from Milwaukee’s Mount Mary College in 2005; she also holds Master’s degrees in creative writing and counseling. She has been showing at Lost Moth Gallery since 2007.
Having met while working together at The Wellness Center of Door County, Kuhns and Dick-Schuster discovered that both of their hearts were embedded in the world of art, and that they shared a passion for the environment, women’s issues and spiritual journeys.
“The Sky is Falling” runs through August 2, 2009. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served at the opening.
Lost Moth Gallery is located one mile south of Carlsville and one mile east of Highway 42 at 5199 Townline Rd. Normal gallery hours are Thursday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm. For more information call 920.495.2928, or check out http://www.jeannekuhns.com.