432 N. Ventura Ave., #99
Jennifer Krosp on the entrance wall
Title: Bee Hopeful
Description: Bee Hopeful is an homage to honeybees and their purpose on Earth. Without honeybees our planet wouldn’t survive for more than 4-5 years. Jen often works in Encaustic Wax which is primarily beeswax. Her work is inspired by organic forms; her paintings embody the textures, colors and movement of the natural environment.
John Parker on the left wall
Title: Textured Tablets: A Fusion of Images, Words & Wood
Description: John is a woodworker creating wall art in a bas-relief style. He uses hard maple wood and incises it using a pointille method (engraved small dots) to create figurative beings, often birds, insects or other animals, accompanied by words or phrases meant to invoke spirituality, mystery, or a sense of peace.
Bonny Butler on the Triangle Showcase
Title: Coloring Outside the Lines
Description: Bonny energetically splashes different colors of paint or pastels, or whatever medium she's playing with at the time, casting, she says, the weight of the world off her shoulders. Hers is a technique- and process-driven practice with a focus on colorful gestural figurative and abstract imagery.