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Moses Lake Parks & Recreation
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Ann Schempp
Send Date:
1/11/2016 8:30:00 AM
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New exhibit opens at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center!

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Moses Lake, WA



ERIKA MUELLER & GINGER OAKES

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center

January 15 – March 4, 2016

Opening Reception:
Friday, January 15, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Light Refreshments
Beverage Service by Camas Cove Cellars

Opening Night Discount on Gallery Artwork: 
10% non-Members, 20% Members 

ADMISSION IS ALWAYS FREE!
 


 erika mueller painting

 RELATIONAL BEINGS: A Subjective Look at Portraiture, Figurative Painting, and the Human Experience
by Erika Mueller


“I am interested in what makes us tick, what inspires and impacts us. Memory, observation and passion play a major role in my work. More specifically, I am fascinated by the unique differences in our physicalities, personalities, cultures and experiences and despite these idiosyncrasies, the ability of a collective universal human experience to exist.

My desire for the art is to reach the viewer deep down in their soul and discover a connection by means of personifying shared emotions, feelings, and experiences. I hope to awaken a collective understanding within all of us while inspiring a personal experience between viewer and subject, breaking traditional bonds of portraiture.” Erika Mueller

Featured artwork courtesy of Erika Mueller.


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  NURTURED BY NATURE
by Ginger Oakes

“Nature opens our eyes to the magic of details. This show will take everyone on a journey of discovering and appreciating what can be found below surfaces of the woods, the sea, and other environments in life. It will allow families to daydream into sculpture and hear stories hand built in clay. 

Ginger Oakes has sculpted clay for many, many years. Recently her studies have been using porcelain. In the initial wedging and coiling of the clay images come to life and she focuses on the details found beneath and attaching to the surfaces of the form. Most of her creations focus on natural themes with human form integrated into the work.” Ginger Oakes

Featured artwork: Anemone Smiles. Courtesy of Ginger Oakes.

For more information, please call 509-764-3830.



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The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center is dedicated to exploring the human and natural history of the Columbia Basin and celebrating the works of regional artists. We are a not-for-profit institution supported by the City of Moses Lake and the museum membership program.

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center is located at 401 South Balsam Street in the Moses Lake Civic Center. Hours are 11am to 5pm, Monday through Saturday, and admission is FREE. 



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ERIKA MUELLER & GINGER OAKES

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center

January 15 – March 4, 2016

Opening Reception:
Friday, January 15, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Light Refreshments

Opening Night Discount on Gallery Artwork:
10% non-Members, 20% Members

ADMISSION IS ALWAYS FREE!

For more information, please call 509-764-3830.

RELATIONAL BEINGS: A Subjective Look at Portraiture, Figurative Painting, and the Human Experience
by Erika Mueller

“I am interested in what makes us tick, what inspires and impacts us. Memory, observation and passion play a major role in my work. More specifically, I am fascinated by the unique differences in our physicalities, personalities, cultures and experiences and despite these idiosyncrasies, the ability of a collective universal human experience to exist.

My desire for the art is to reach the viewer deep down in their soul and discover a connection by means of personifying shared emotions, feelings, and experiences. I hope to awaken a collective understanding within all of us while inspiring a personal experience between viewer and subject, breaking traditional bonds of portraiture.” Erika Mueller

Featured artwork courtesy of Erika Mueller.


Nurtured by Nature
by Ginger Oakes

“Nature opens our eyes to the magic of details. This show will take everyone on a journey of discovering and appreciating what can be found below surfaces of the woods, the sea, and other environments in life. It will allow families to daydream into sculpture and hear stories hand built in clay.

Ginger Oakes has sculpted clay for many, many years. Recently her studies have been using porcelain. In the initial wedging and coiling of the clay images come to life and she focuses on the details found beneath and attaching to the surfaces of the form. Most of her creations focus on natural themes with human form integrated into the work.” Ginger Oakes

Featured artwork: Anemone Smiles. Courtesy of Ginger Oakes.

The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center is dedicated to exploring the human and natural history of the Columbia Basin and celebrating the works of regional artists. We are a not-for-profit institution supported by the City of Moses Lake and the museum membership program.

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center is located at 401 South Balsam Street in the Moses Lake Civic Center. Hours are 11am to 5pm, Monday through Saturday, and admission is FREE.

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The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center is a program of the City of Moses Lake Parks & Recreation Department.

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Join the Moses Lake Museum at the opening reception for ERIKA MUELLER & GINGER OAKES, Friday, January 15, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.