Thursday, June 21, 2007

"Freedom of Expression" Exhibition- Students at River's Edge Studio showcase their work

Isabel Taylor's interpretation of The Statue of Liberty

John Clifford's Statue rises like the Sun

River’s Edge Studio painters are pleased to present a special show at the Dripolator in Asheville from July 1st through 31st. Painting in oils, acrylics, pastels and mixed media depict each artist’s interpretation of The Statue of Liberty created specially for this exhibition.

Abstract Interpretation by Robert Lashaw

Maureen O'Leary's Statue in Stark Relief

In addition, other works punctuate the diverse styles of the artists who paint together and participate in group critiques and other studies held at River’s Edge Studio.

Kathy Hemes' Statue in Abstract style
The artists exhibiting are Jen Barton, Sara Bentley, John Clifford, Kathy Hemes, Robert Lashaw, Julia Masoka, Betty McClung, Fleta Monaghan, Maureen O’Leary, Bee Seiburg, Randy Siegel, Isabel Taylor and Angelika Wagar. The Dripolator is located at 144 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC.

Betty McClungs Mystic Vision - Ellis Island

These are just a few of the paintings that will be on display this July. The public is invited to a reception Saturday, July 7th from 5:30 until 7:30. For more information about the show and River’s Edge Studios call 828-776-2716 or email

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