At The Gallery
July 5 - 27
Mountain Valley Arts Council is excited to announce the next exhibit in our 2018 lineup: a collection of paintings, photographs, & drawings by Cindy Phillips, Cynthia Wagner, & Heather Baumbach. The exhibit opens July 5th and runs through July 27th.
Cindy Phillips currently works as a full-time artist in her studio space at home in Cullman, AL and in Studio 2033 at Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment in Huntsville, AL. The ceramics she creates are mostly functional, but occasionally sculptural. Cindy enjoys a variety of other media as well, working in oils, charcoal, conte’ crayon, linoleum block printing, acrylic with mixed media, and encaustic with mixed media.
Cynthia Wagner is a Colorado born native and currently making art in her studio at the historic Lowe Mill in the beautiful Tennessee Valley city of Huntsville, Alabama. She spent ten years as a wedding photographer with a specialty in South Asian weddings capturing memories for clients all over the United States before returning to the studio to engage in painting and mixed media art making.
Heather Baumbach is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Her work is inspired by her travels, her family, and the beauty of everyday life. She enjoys working in acrylic, watercolor, ink, and dabbles in any other medium she can get her hands on.
There will be an artist reception celebrating their work at the MVAC ART Gallery on July 12th from 5-7pm.
MVAC is in dire need of art supplies, and we are calling on the people of Marshall County to help us. These supplies will then be utilized by county agencies such as the Crain Court Youth Center, the Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates, Guntersville Child Development Centers of Marshall County, Kelley’s Rainbow Shelter, the Child Advocacy Center, and many more. Some of the supplies needed include but aren’t limited to: pencils, crayons, coloring pages, and cardboard.