April Gallery Exhibit
Images from Southwest France
April brings beautiful images of southwestern France to the Art on the Square Gallery. Twenty works by local artist Judy Glore in watercolor and mixed media will take you to the Department of Lot (a department is a French equivalent to a county) without the cost of air fare.
She found inspiration while traveling there and her work depicts a wonderful cross section of history and a real sense of place. From a cathedral perched atop cliffs to ancient caves at the Centre de Prehistoire Judy has captured the essence of this location.
The exhibition will run through the month of April. You actually have a chance to take some of this beautiful work home with you. Simply by enjoying French Cafe night at the Gallery on April 21st and being the top bidder at the silent auction held that night.
The evening promises to be great fun – good food, drink and community as well as the chance to own one of these original pieces. Call the Gallery for more information and we look forward to seeing you there. Please note, seating is limited so please call soon.
Our featured artist this month was born and raised in Mishawaka, IN. She attended Butler University and John Herron Art School, graduating with a B.S. degree and a teaching license in Art and Physical Education. She then obtained her Masters through Ball State University.
Judy’s first teaching job was with Greensburg Schools, where she retired after 34 years.
She first painted in oils. She stopped painting for several years until she discovered watercolors. It was an instant love for the medium.
Judy has studied under several nationally known artists. Most recently she has explored mixed media: combining watercolor, acrylic, different papers and colored pencils