The Lindsay Art Association and Cultural Arts Council will present “Synergy,” a group art show at the Lindsay Museum and Gallery, 165 N. Gale Hill, Lindsay, starting on Saturday, September 13, with a reception from 5-7pm. In addition to appetizers and beverages, members of the Lindsay High School guitar honor group will play.
The art show will feature paintings in oil, acrylics, water color and pastels, photography, and an assortment of beautifully decorated gourds. Artists who will be showing their work include: Betty Berk, (paintings), Toni Best (gourds), Jeri Burzin (photography), Becky Ballew Nava (photography), Linda Hengst (paintings), Deborah Nolan (paintings), Joy Collier (paintings), and Ginny Wilson (photography).
The concept of “synergy” applies to the works that will be submitted by each artist, as people view them individually and together. It also applies to the entire exhibit being assembled as an unusual grouping of art by unique individuals in an especially beautiful gallery setting. The art itself, as well as its location, generates a special “energy” unique to this particular exhibit.
Gallery hours are noon to 4pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call 562-2684.