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Norcross Gallery and Studios is again open for a brand new exhibit which opens Friday February 11 and runs through Saturday March 26. There will be a reception on March 17 from 4 to 7PM. The show, Spotlight on Spring, features the works of 6 outstanding members – Mikki Root Dillon, Cynthia Corbin, Barb Boyer, Sharon Nichol, Lynda Ellis and Angelika Domschke in a varied, enjoyable exhibit.
Mikki Root Dillon
Mikki Dillon, a noted artist in pastels and photography, presents a stark black and white photograph titled “Stormy Sunset Coming, South of Taos”. She says she intended to capture the sunset but a storm blew in, adding to her adventure.
“Felicity” by artist and outstanding graphic designer Cynthia Corbin is a work in collage and acrylic displaying an imaginative, appealing bouquet of flowers. Her composition and design talents are in full display in this happy painting. Another of Norcross Gallery’s outstanding artists, Barb Boyer, has created a fun, summery outdoor still life with three shapely pears and her dad’s antique marbles. Sharon Nichol’s excellent watercolors in the show include “Desert Life # 2”, a realistic painting of the area’s amazing variety of colors and textures of the desert. “Evensong” is an oil painting of a quiet moment on a lake just after sundown by an artist well-known in the Atlanta area, Lynda Ellis, also active with Atlanta Artists Club in Buckhead and whose work is featured in many exhibits throughout the region. Angelika Domschke, another of the prominent artist members of Norcross Gallery and Studios, holds a PHD in chemistry and also excels as a sculptor and illustrator. Her acrylic painting, “Cat Spirit”, in this show captures the cat’s magical moment of undivided focus and attention.
The Gallery’s hours are 11 am to 4 pm Thursdays through Saturdays and the location is 116 Carlyle Street in downtown Norcross. Phone is 770-840-9844 and the website is: www.norcrossgalleryandstudios.org. The reception on Saint Patrick’s day will be a wonderful social event with food, wine and an opportunity to meet the artists and purchase original works of art from new friends. Wear green!