Palm Desert Community Gallery
Visions from the Dreamtime
The Palm Desert Community Gallery will highlight artwork from Bonnie Arizona, Kim Snyder, and Linda Ann Wolf, in its new exhibition Visions from the Dreamtime, August 28 through November 7. There will be a public reception to honor the artists on Monday, September 8 from 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Bonnie Arizona is a multi-talented artist who uses various media to describe her experience of the Southwest. While exploring remote deserts, canyons, and cliff dwellings in Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Nevada, she recorded and interpreted her surreal impressions of the incredible landscapes.
Shoshone Indian artist Kim Snyder describes his artwork as the past, present, and future colliding. His paintings are primarily associated with the supernatural, fantasies, dreams, abstractions; concentrating mainly on Indian symbolism, culture, and tradition. In his creations, Snyder begins with a detailed drawing on canvas followed by masking to create a hard edge effect in certain areas, then airbrushing to achieve a result that is a revelation even to him.
Linda Ann Wolf has been drawing and painting for more than fifty years. After a lengthy visit to Australia, she developed an interest in Aboriginal art and has been exploring some of their methods and techniques in her interpretation of nature in the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas. She describes her work as “Dab Original Art” and uses brushes, sticks, and employs vivid colors.
The Palm Desert Community Gallery is located in Palm Desert City Hall, 73-510 Fred Waring Drive, and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, please call 760-346-0611, ext. 664 or visit www.palmdesertart.org.
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