|Evening View of the Blue Whole Gallery|
Fantasies & Fabrications
Starting in September the Blue Whole Gallery will present an exhibit featuring artwork of both Bridget Baker and David Tinsley. This joint effort will show paintings by Bridget Baker who sees her work imitating life with visions that are suggestive as well as imperfect. While driftwood sculptor David Tinsley looks at art as a way to allow people a chance to catch the spirit of life by evoking their enthusiasm and wonder.
The artwork by both of these artists reflects their expression and imagination and will be featured in the Blue Whole Gallery's windows on First Friday September 1st, 2017 from 5 to 8 pm. and through out the month.
|Bridget Baker working in her studio.|
|Driftwood sculpture "Silent Sobs & Me", by artist David Tinsley|
Bridget Baker begins her art from a vision that develops and "moves on its own path" allowing "imperfections to make it interesting" as seen in her two paintings below.
|"Heir Apparent" "Be Prepared"|
David Tinsley takes driftwood and creates images and objects reflecting elements of life which make up our environment and thus have a "profound effect on one's soul" as seen in his work that follows.
|"The Struggle Within"|
Both Bridget Baker and David Tinsley take their work into the realm of fantasy and fabrications in order to allow the observer the chance to "make room in one's life for art" or to go a little further and ask "What if".
Art can challenge a person's mind and allow it to grow. The Blue Whole Gallery hopes to achieve this by presenting the art work of these two artists who will be present along with their work on First Friday, September 1, 2017 from 5 to 8 pm. at the Gallery.
Both artists welcome your contact, including interviews.
or Phone: 1-360-461-9600