Magical Realism – Allegory, Dreams, and Myth

Image: Bullet Hole by Hedi B. Desuyo

 

Magical Realism – Allegory, Dreams, and Myth

Paul Pratchenko, Juror

Magical realism, used in both art and literature, expresses a seemingly realistic view of the world while also adding fantastic or magical elements. These elements are depicted as a natural part of reality, thus creating imaginative and sometimes disturbing worlds.

Members Preview: Thursday, June 1, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 3, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Family Art Day: Sunday, June 25, 1:00 – 3:00 pm

 

Exhibiting Artists

Mary Aiu   Suzun Almquist   Nicole Anderson   Geraldine Arata   Lucy Arnold   Marsha Balian   Jackie Baxton   Kristen Brown   Trung Cao   Preston Craig   Marjorie Darrow   Hedi B. Desuyo   Barb Duvall   Suzy  Elsworth-Heithcock   Olga Evanusa-Rowland   Larnie Fox   Sara  Gallagher   Jorge Gamboa   Kirk Hinshaw   Erika Hoffe   Pearl Jones Tranter   Gretchen Kohl   Monico Lares Jocobo   Nicolai Larsen   Sargamo Lipton   Lynlee Lyckberg   Rick Mariani   Elizabeth Medrano   William Moriarity   Thalo Morse   Valerie Patten   Sharon Payne Bolton   Anthony Riggs   Marsha Shaw   M. Louise Stanley   Dave Strauss   Nanci Wenz   Thomas Wojak   Scott Zoog