Kellee Beaudry and the “Gods of Frolic”: Red Rover’s November Exhibit
October 21, 2011 § Leave a comment
The dog is the God of Frolic — Henry Ward Beecher
Join Art on Alberta in viewing its mobile art gallery, Red Rover, during Last Thursday on Northeast Alberta Street on October 27, 2011. Each month the trailer presents artwork from local artists. This month’s featured artist, Kellee Beaudry, will showcase a three-dimensional installation in this unique space on public display through November.
Inspired by Henry Ward Beecher’s quote, “The dog is the god of frolic,” Kellee Beaudry will present a collection of works that capture the dynamism and unique personality of our animal companions. Beaudry paints alla prima, using a broken color technique that renders clean, high chroma color. Utilizing impressionistic and bold brushwork to evoke the liveliness, playfulness, and humor of her subjects, Beaudry’s work speaks to the connection we have with our animal companions.
The gallery may be seen on Thursday, October 27, 2011 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm at 2224 Northeast Alberta Street in front of Healthy Pets Northwest. Thereafter, the exhibit may be seen through November 23 on Northeast 19th Avenue between Going and Wygant Streets.
Furry friends welcome!