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Brackenwood captures human experiences

This February, Brackenwood Gallery presents a large spectrum of art capturing the human experience of “Eroticism, Intimacy and the Space Between.”

The show features 15 artists capturing the various aspects of love. An artists reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 at 302 First St., Langley. The exhibit continues through Monday, Feb. 24.

Bronze sculptures and statues will be featured by artists including Georgia Gerber, Sharon Spencer, Jeff Day and Lloyd Whannell. Dan and Joi La Chaussee capture the female form in colorful glass sculptural vases.

Painters Danielle Hendrix, Jason Waskey, Bruce Morrow, Ivan Neaigus and Truman Castle take this theme across the artistic map.

Poet, painter and printmaker Buffy Cribbs uses a Picasso-esque style print paired with her poetry.

Fara Wexler and Carrie Whitney use pastels to provide glimpses of dreamers and dancers. Rene Flynn Federspiel’s prints offer a perspective of a woman’s bare feet, while Skip Smith and Sharon Shoemaker present photographs of Italian graffiti and surreal Polaroid negatives of women lovers.

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