Dates: April 3rd – 29th, 2019
This April, see the artistic side of wood-burning by Kathleen Kirk Stoves, find your favorite local hangout among Jerry Fair’s watercolors, and see through the lens of the photographers of Camera South. MAC’s exhibitions will hang from April 3rd – 29th, with a special reception from 5 to 9 p.m. on LoDa ArtWalk night, April 12th. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on weekdays.
The word pyrography comes from the Greek: writing with fire. You may have heard it called wood burning, referring to the process by which the artist etches designs into the wood’s surface with a heated metal point. This is how South Jersey native Kathleen Kirk Stoves created her most recent collection, “Feels Like Me,” in which she highlights how we use our senses to understand, transmit, and enhance our emotions.
If you frequent the Market on the Square, you may recognize Jerry Fair and his watercolors. And if you frequent the city of Mobile, you’ll surely recognize many of the street scenes and local landscapes represented in his work. Fair uses watercolors in a loose, evocative style that lends itself to portraying the relaxed Gulf Coast lifestyle. In this exhibit, Fair has included over 20 original pieces and prints of scenes from Mobile and the surrounding areas
In “Through Our Lens,” the photographers of Camera South allow us to see the world as they do. Camera South Photography Club is a local group of photographers who come together to develop new skills, exchange ideas and learn about the art of photography. Photographers of all levels of experience are welcome. Participating members include Aggie Little, Carl Fallo, Debbie Jone Kuykendall, E.J. Wright, Eric de Jong, Gwen Ainsworth, Jerry L. Hammon, Jon Jeffress, Michele Zaricor, Mona Tackett-Denton, Mary Kay Hammon, Pat Kearns, Rebecca Parsons, Sue Carney, Tommy Cooper, and Yvonne Fallo.