GROUP 1:30 FOUR SHOW 

June 5th to June 29th

4 artists - 4 different styles :

Jim Engler + Larry Campbell + Guy Kyar + Stan Greenwood

About - 

Jim Engler is a painter, caricaturist, and an educator. his painting in watercolor or acrylic focuses mainly on landscape and cityscape. Jim's style ranges from impressionism to abstraction, while his murals are more realistic. The caricatures he produces are executed in either black ink or watercolor...

Larry Campbell enjoys exploring the possibilities of traditional painting and drawings in his own unique, somewhat impressionable fashion he has learned over 50 years of work. By a strong combination of color and form, he created a delightful, compelling and constantly shifting mosaic of textured, harmonic, and rhythmic variation to his composition. and has fun doing it...

Guy Kyar, a primarily self-taught artist, he draws many years of experience in farming where he developed his love of design and skills in handling many different materials. " I have a love for design and enjoy using geometric and organic shapes combined with, line, color, and found images. I rarely start out with a finished image in mind. My process begins with the application of one element. I then respond to that element with another and follow along until the stopping point present itself. I then hand the work to you, the viewer, to continue the process" ...

Stan Greenwood is interested in abstract painting and drawing. He enjoys making gestural and contour lines and marks to create an interesting design. He is intrigued by the interaction and changes that occur when color and value are used to produce an overall harmony in the painting. His approach to painting is closer to music composition or jazz rather than trying to represent an object or a landscape. He reacts to what is already on the surface of drawing or painting to intuitively determine what to do next. He has no predetermined plan or design allowing creative surprises and end results that could not have made ahead of time...