Fuller Lodge Art Center (FLAC) is hosting its first opening reception of 2021, 5-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6.
This show, titled Traveling Pants features the creativity of 15 local artists who have submitted their interpretation of life during the last year. These works include a variety of mediums ranging from collage to crochet.
Along with these works FLAC is featuring work made by its Summer Art Camp classes. These classes are offered for kids from preschool through 13, all of which are represented in these pieces.
Photographer Kristen Honig’s show “Earth’s Extremes: Fire and Ice” is on display in the portal gallery. Honig has been pursuing her passion of photography for more than 20 years, focusing on the natural beauty of the world around her. Her work includes landscape and wildlife images, as well as iconic photos of the nation’s wildfires. Her exhibit “Earth’s Extremes: Fire and Ice” showcases these two contrasting elements of nature. The show features primarily photographs printed on canvas, metal and photographic paper, as well as a few pieces of original stained glass and pastel artwork.
Traveling Pants and Earth’s Extremes: Fire and Ice will be in the gallery through Sept. 25.
Also coming up at FLAC is its 40th Annual Summer Arts & Crafts Fair, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 14. on the lawn behind Fuller Lodge. This first in-person fair since 2019, will feature more than 50 artists.
Note: Masks will be required for everyone attending the Traveling Pants and Earth’s Extremes: Fire and Ice opening reception and for entry into the Art Center. Masks will be required for unvaccinated visitors to the Summer Arts & Crafts Fair.