An exhibition exploring the varied approaches of four artists in creating non-figurative work. For some of these artists abstraction is a means by which to translate observed reality, while for others it is a pure investigation of the formal aspects of art. Ranging from distinct lines and sharp forms to more organic visual effects, these artists use sculpture, painting, and mark making to create work in which color, texture, surface, line, and form are the primary subjects.
Experience authentic German cuisine and traditions featuring specially crafted beers and wine, sausages, sauerkraut, sweets, music and entertainment from Germany and beyond. Arts & crafts, carnival games and a petting zoo for the kids, so wear your costume and join the parade!
A celebration of the writings of American Revolutionary writer and human rights activist Thomas Paine, author of Common Sense, The Age of Reason, and The Rights of Man. We will take turns reading short Tom Paine quotations, sing some songs, show a short film, and present awards.