An uphill cobblestone street takes you to the beautiful Chateau in the heart of the village. All very Swiss with shops and restaurants on both sides of the street, crisp fall weather and the smell of Fondue cooking in pots. Lovely walk. But, inside the Chateau gates, I was stunned by a full-sized alien perched outside the H. R. Giger Museum. Had I passed into the fifth dimension of imagination into the Twilight Zone? It sure felt like it.
The dreamlike set of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a fitting salute to Renee & Peter van Nifterik who founded The Pearl Theater by the seat of their pants in 2011.
My local arts league opened its 8th annual Juried Art Exhibition last weekend, the exhibit includes 90 paintings, photographs and sculptures by 20 local artists. Some of the artists have exhibited and sold their work in previous years others are new to the show. The lowest priced painting is $90 the highest $1,400. Which brings … Continue reading You don’t need Big Bucks to Buy Original Art
Kelly Kronfeld rises early and stays up late to plan art classes, schedule instructors, buy supplies and work down stacks of paperwork. Her life is much like a Jackson Pollock painting--a mixture of controlled and unpredictable factors. What drives Kelly is not money or recognition, it’s her turbo-charged passion to introduce everyone she meets to … Continue reading You Gotta Have Art