“Every Little Thing” featuring Wanda Wood at the Co-op
The Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery presents Wanda Wood’s featured solo exhibition entitled, “Every Little Thing.” Due to Wood’s range of interests and expertise, she is so excited to share it all with you during her upcoming show!
Wanda Wood is well known for her oil and pastel paintings in the Co-op and presents a wide range of new works in this show. Shortly after starting with oils in 1969, Wood became enthralled with pastels after discovering sanded paper. Wood primarily uses a specialty paper from Germany that has a very fine tooth specifically for pastel artists. “Developing a landscape or portrait on sanded paper brings out a depth of color and a feeling that is beautiful and unique to pastel painting.”
In addition to her paintings in oil and pastel, Wanda Wood broadens her perspective to include her interests in weaving. Wood’s assortment of baskets includes pine needle baskets and reed-woven baskets. Some will be made using Irish wax linen thread.
“I just love the way the small baskets look and feel,” comments Wood, “I love making them! Some of them are so small that you just have to love them to give them the time and attention they require to make them so tiny.”
A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday, March 3 from 5-8 pm in the Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery located on the ground floor of the old Hotel Jerome. Refreshments will be served. The show runs through May 2.
The Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery 502 N. Main St. Open Daily 10-6928-639-4276
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