Made of Wood: Multiple Perspectives at The Northville Art House

Made of Wood: Multiple Perspectives at The Northville Art House

Opening Reception January 8 – 30, 2010 from 6-9 p.m.
through January 30

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Wood might seem a basic element, but an artist can transform it into something altogether unexpected.  In the hands of 13 local and national artists joining together in the Art House’s new show, wood has been cut, chopped, burned, sculpted, glued, joined, screwed, polished, and painted.  The base material may be the same.  The pieces, however, reflect their creators’ unique visions, showcasing an extraordinary diversity of perspective.

Participating artists are Larry Cressman, Darcel Deneau, Gary Eleinko, Todd Erickson, Larry Fox, Joe Fugate, Joan Painter Jones, Mike Kapetan, Teresa Petersen, Victor Pytko, Gene Smith, Joe Trippi, and Larry Zdeb.

The show will open with a reception Friday, January 8, from 6-9 p.m.  (Please note the “Second Friday” opening due to the New Year holiday on January 1.)  The show will continue through January 30 during the Art House Gallery hours (Wednesday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m.).  For additional information, call 248-344-0497, or visit The Art House is located at 215 W. Cady Street and is a facility of the Northville Arts Commission. Admission to Art House shows is always free and open to the public.