Art in the Clark
Art in the Clark Hosts Verde Valley Weavers & Spinners Guild through February 3rd
The fabulous fabric Artists have done it again, filling Clark Memorial Library with their finely woven works and the outstanding work of their students at Rainbow Acres Ranch.
New art class program: Art in the Library, premiere class at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, February 1st
Mingus Union High School art student works exhibited during December 2022
Mingus Union High School student photographs were on display in November 2022
Some of the art from MUHS (Photo courtesy of David Perrell)
Made in Clarkdale artists exhibit was on display through October 28th
Group Exhibit “Birds of a Different Feather”
was on display in August & September 2022
An Ocean of Possibilities’ Exhibit
was on display in June & July 2022
This group show featured water themed work from eight of the Verde Valley’s talented artists: Joanne Agostinelli, Aynade Andre, Christina Burke, Deb Downs, Shelia Edelen, Flo Flynn, Marsha Foutz, and Bear Schutz.
Eartha – an introspection” by Bear Schutz
was on Display during May, 2022
Clarkdale-Jerome School Rams art previously at Clark Memorial Library
The works of students at the Clarkdale-Jerome School were on display in April 2022.
Verde Valley Weavers & Spinners Guild and Rainbow Acres Ranchers ‘Fabulous Fiber Show’ was on Display in February & March 2022
The Verde Valley Weavers & Spinners Guild members craft fibers in all mediums from natural grasses, fine wool, silk and felt. Click to learn more about the VVW&S Guild. The Rainbow Acres Ranchers are also fabulous fiber artists. Click to learn more about them.
Art Works by Mingus Union High School Art Students were on display November 2021 through January 2022.
Retrospective Exhibit of Ellie Bauer and Ann Mealy
“Space Cage,” a retrospective exhibit, featuring some of the collected works of Made In Clarkdale artists, Ellie Bauer and Ann Mealy was on display during the months of November and December 2021. Friends and co-conspirators in life, these two women artists have left their mark on Clarkdale. Art in the Clark was honored to exhibit works representing the various phases of each woman’s artistic journey from travel journals, prints, watercolor, oil, colored pencil, mixed media, bronze and ceramics.
Art in the Clark Past Exhibit of Flo Flynn Art Works
During June and July 2021, Art in the Clark hosted "Flow through the Flo,'' works of local artist Flo Flynn at Clark Memorial Library. Below are some photos of the vibrant whimsical and fanciful critters and folk in paintings and sculptures of local artist Flo Flynn that were on display at Clark Memorial Library through July 30th.
"My work is basically connected to what is going on in my life at the moment. I have gone through a series of work consisting of: Farm life, raising children, family, swimming pool lifeguard days, teaching days, vacation times, dreams, meditations, energy work and all the other everyday connections that cross our paths. Often the title, the story, the composition and the colors are given to me in a dream or meditative state if not documented in the awakened moments," Flo Flynn says of her work. Flo Flynn, a member of the Sedona Valley Artist Coalition, Jerome Artist Coop (Florence Flynn (jeromeartists-flynn.blogspot.com) and Made in Clarkdale. She earned a BFA, Teacher Endorsement and Master of Art Education at the University of Nebraska. Flo Flynn has exhibited in many venues including: Eisentrager/Howard Gallery, Richards Hall, Lincoln, Herberger Theater/Center- Phoenix, Alwun House, Phoenix, Elements in Kearney, NB., Minden NB Opera House, Kearney NB Public Library, Glendale City Arts Council.
Exhibits are on view throughout the Clark Memorial Library during normal library hours. Some pieces may be offered for sale by the artists.
Art in the Clark exhibitions by Verde Valley artists are arranged by Jenny Emminger, Art in the Clark Coordinator
For further information about Art in the Clark, call Jenny at (928) 300-9577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.