Slow Art Day is a annual global event that aims to transform the art-viewing experience. One day each year – April 9 in 2016 – people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at 1-5 works of art for 5-10 minutes each. After their individual slow viewing, participants meet together to talk about their experience at a local restraunt. Lunch is dutch treat, and location TBA.
Featuring new works by Leoma Lovegrove, Bob Phillips, Rick Webber, and Kirsten Troyer
Leoma Lovegrove (Painter) is Florida artist, impressionist painter, wife, celebrity, local historian, patriotic, colorful, energetic, business savvy, kooky, vibrant, Playwrite, marketing genius, Midwest transplant, animal lover, fisherwoman, devoted friend and did we mention colorful? Leoma paints every day for the good painting one brush stroke at a time.
Rick Webber (Photographer) Author of Pink Lips and Fingertips. Contributor to 3 Chicken Soup for Soul books. 2-time APSE award winner. Casey Medal For Meritorious Journalism. Photographer
Kirsten Troyer (Photographer) shares, "Photography has been a passion of mine since I was very young. I enjoy framing the beauty of Nature and capturing those treasured moments that slip by so quickly. I decided to start my business after staying home to raise my 3 children and being an Advocate for my son with Autism. I specialize in Children and Family, Event/Party, Sports, Engagements, Maternity and Senior Portraits. I also have a passion for children with Special Needs and providing those families with comfortable and stress free opportunities to get their Family Portraits as well."
Bob Phillips (Photographer) "I don’t always shoot film, but when I do… I prefer Dos Chromas. Keep shooting, my friends".
Lunch TBA. Dutch Treat