Whether it’s the iridescent glaze on a well-formed pot, the glint of glass in a mosaic, or the sun setting over a hazy field, each artist in “Let it Shine” transfers a bit of their creativity, their inner glow, themselves to their work shared with us in this show.
Nancy McIntosh works in Raku, a mesmerizing process of flame firing she learned when she first fell in love with clay as a medium. Nancy creates the form and the glazes, but she never knows the exact outcome until the piece survives the fire.
Lee Foran fell in love with mosaics while working as a decorator; soon, her clients recognized her talent and began asking Lee to incorporate her mosaics into their homes. Finally, Lee turned the tables and gave herself full time to the art of 3D mosaic.
Lisa Mitchell creates representational paintings, paying homage to the beautiful effect of light on the environment and encouraging those who view her work to slow down and spend time imagining themselves in such a place or perhaps become reacquainted with a familiar setting.
The show runs through October 9, 2022.