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Fuller Lodge Art Center offers an antidote to the winter doldrums with the latest exhibit, “Inner Child” and invites the whole community to an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. Friday.
The call-for-artists for this show says, “Bring your inner child out to play. Show us work inspired by children and childhood, toys and play. Help us expand our imaginations and relive childhood memories.”
Over 30 artists answered the call and the Art Center is now awash in color and alive with imagination. From a free-flowing abstract painting by Jo Douglas of Youngsville, to a ceramic foot sporting little piggy toes by Anne Russell of Santa Fe, the gallery is filled with pieces that are amusing while carrying out the mission of awakening viewer curiosity.
Debra Gardner’s “Pencil Explosion” of colored pencils exudes the energy of childhood. Irene Berenstein’s photographs capture the importance of love and friendship in childhood with a glimpse of two hands reaching toward each other called “Approach,” and a mother and child in “El Beso.” Teralene Foxx shares two books she created for her grandchildren. “The Best Gift Ever” is based on a story Foxx wrote when she was 12 years old. More recently, she rewrote and illustrated the story to create a book for her grandchildren.
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