HOLLAND, Michigan — The Holland Arts Council has announced three new exhibitions. The first exhibition will be presented from July 11.
All the feelings will be exhibited from June 11 to September 3. It will feature recent artwork from the Arts Council’s Art for All programme. The program was launched in 1985 and is aimed at adults with mental and/or physical disabilities. This is a year-round class that is taught once a week. Students are exposed to different types of artistic media, including printmaking, weaving, clay sculpture, painting, wood construction, and dance.
Rizzolo/Rizzolo Retrospective: The Dance of Life… The Pleasure of Playing will be presented from July 15 to September 3. The exhibition features works by Glenn’s artists/teachers, Linda Talbot Rizzo and Lou Rizzolo. It includes emotive sculptures, paintings and installations by Linda Rizzolo. It will also contain works on which Linda Rizzolo collaborated with artist Jan Weren. Lou Rizzolo’s work includes watercolours, drawings, prints, assemblages and silk collages. The work was curated by the Arts Council’s Exhibitions Director, Mary Sundstrom, and spans six decades.
Lights of inspiration will also be exhibited at the Armstrong Gallery from July 15 to September 3. It will present works from the Water/Media Collage workshops. Workshops are available locally, as well as across Canada, Europe and Australia. The exhibition will feature works by artists Joan Bonnette, Margaret Donehoo, Lisa Iagulli Geren, Julie Keith, Diane Krempa, Taina Mantey, Chris McCormick, Peter Hyatt Middleton, Darleene Nelson, Liv Engen Nilsen, Mary Lou Olds, Dale Strong, Ruth Summers, Mary Sundstrom, Tonia Whittake, Jan Weren, and Mindi K. Bagnall.
All the feelings will be exhibited from June 11 to September 3. Both Rizzolo/Rizzolo Retrospective: The Dance of Life… The Pleasure of Playing and Lights of inspiration will be exhibited from July 15 to September 3.
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