Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

Things to do

February 7, 2007

Things to do — 02/08/07


Gallery Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday; or by appointment.

1516 Winchester Ave., Ashland. (606) 324-1296.



On exhibit:

The gallery is in Suite 206, on the second floor of the historic Camayo Arcade, 1536 Winchester Ave., in downtown Ashland. It is home to working artists Gail Kirtz and Rodney Chapman, both of whom work in various media and offer their original art and prints for sale.

A new limited edition Giclee print will be available for sale, “Transformation” by Gail Kirtz.

On Exhibit — New abstract colored pencil drawings and other contemporary works by Chapman. Also on exhibit are several new works by Kirtz, including a new rendition in oil of “Bennett’s Mill Covered Bridge.”

Classes are available in oil, acrylic and pastel.

Trumpet lessons and tutoring will be offered by Chapman at the studio. Chapman has a bachelor of music degree in trumpet performance from MSU and has performed professionally in the USA, Canada and the Caribbean.

April 21 and 22 — A two day workshop in mixed media collage by Kirtz. Space is limited, so register now.

The studio and gallery are handicapped accessible with an elevator.

For more information, please call Kirtz or Chapman at (606) 324-5729 or (606) 547-5346 or e-mail prospectpainters@yahoo.com. Visit fineartstudioonline.com/GailKirtz.


On exhibit through the end of February will be works by Ann Olson, Wanda Morgan and Elsa Salyers.

The last Sunday of every month (unless it is a holiday), the studio will be the gathering place for regional artists. All artists are invited to the 5th Salon from 6 to 7 p.m. There will be a discussion on the Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trail Web site. Artists are asked to being a piece of work (finished or in progress) to share with the group.

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