LexArts HOP Gallery Exhibition featuring Debra Kay Guess & Jana Kappeler
Debra describes her art as, "Random. Intuitive. Spontaneous. Unaffected. Imperfect." Qualities of natural beauty; which, is the driving force of her painting style. Her flow has no particular rhyme, reason, pattern, or a specific end in mind. She allows herself to be free, and let it come to her as she goes...the unplanned and intuitive, but also as a whole work of art! In contrast, Jana moves forward knowing where she intends to go. The exploration of color is her focus, along with shapes and gestures, achieving this through an array of methods including brushing, scraping, lines, texture and sculptural substrates. Her purpose is to evoke a soft and inviting mood, preferring gentle flow between colors. Formulate your own vision of the work as well as the answers to its meaning! Please join us in celebrating the artwork of these two talented artist, July 15, 2022, at Central Bank 5th floor, 4:30-6, for viewing and reception.
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John G Irvin Gallery at Central Bank
The John G. Irvin Gallery was created to promote Kentucky's visual artists and opened in March 1987. The creation of the gallery was a labor of love and a passion of the late Irvin, a Lexingtonian and former employee of Central Bank. Over the years the gallery has hosted exhibitions by Kentucky’s finest artists, as well as new and emerging artists exhibiting for the first time. It is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Central Bank building.
300 W Vine St