New Art Rotation In Place For Summer

Paintings, jewelry, and mixed media now on display at Brookview and City Hall as a part of the summer art rotation that gives local and regional artists the opportunity to showcase and sell their artwork in a location visible to the community. 

On display at City Hall is the work of Bev Fishman and at Brookview are the works of Allie Hafez, Amy Disselkamp, and Umbreen Hasan.

  • Bev is a painter who uses acrylic as her primary medium and creates abstracts, landscapes, florals and spiritual themes. Often painting with bright and vivid colors, her art “reflects positive thoughts, spirituality, and the natural wonder of our world”.
  • Allie is an occupational therapist who makes jewelry and started to do so by make her own accessories. She is acclaimed as a patient and inspiring instructor for beginners and experienced beaders alike. Allie hopes someday to combine her skills as an artist and occupational therapist to help people with disabilities in developing countries participate in their communities’ development of local arts and crafts businesses.
  • Amy is a painter who enjoys trying new coffee shops, reading, and the outdoors. Her series, Beehive Life, stems from her interest in the movement of bees around the hive. She also wanted to try out different mediums for this series using paper, calligraphy ink, and resin.
  • Umbreen is a painter makes who creates large-scaled, mixed media paintings using alcohol inks and materials used in jewelry, such as gold dust and semi-precious gems. Her paintings explore the relationship between natural forms, and how they are perceived by the viewer; unpredictable but precious, and open to interpretation in the same.

To learn about how to showcase your art through the City of Golden Valley, visit the Rotational Art Exhibits web page.

 

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