PRAIRIEVIEW ARTISTS PRESENT: SEIZING THE LIGHT
The light dances off the surface of the crystalline surface.
Light penetrates the recesses of the hollow spots.
The hidden bright spots can be found in surprising spots if the light is right.
This is Seizing the Light.
We hosted an artist reception to celebrate the opening of Seizing the Light, a new exhibit featuring the work of our Prairieview kids. Molly, their artistic director, who infuses art therapy into her work with the kids, “This show captured the beauty of the way the light dances on the blank canvases of snow, the warm neutral tones of the winter brush, and the sparkle of the ice crystals.”
You can see the full show at the In a New Light Gallery located at 7417 N Bass Lake Road in Webster, Wisconsin. Our gallery is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., stop by anytime!
Excerpts from the latest show:
“Thoughts” by Candus, 15
“Cold and frozen, brittle and broken, lost yet found, beautiful they say but self-conscious deep down inside, hidden but right in the center, hurt but smiling because I’m still trying …”
“What’s on the Inside” by Malia, 16
“No one in this world will ever be able to figure out what one person is like unless they put in the time and effort to get to know them. People are absolutely incredible and completely one-of-a-kind.”
“Angel” by Sidney, 16
“Haze” by Beaux, 13
“If you want to know who you are, you have to look at your real self and acknowledge what you see”-Itachi Uchiha
“Neglect” by Anonymous, 15
“Neglect. Broken, hurt. Crying, suffering, damaging. Dad, beer, contact, love. Laughing, hugging, smiling. Fulfilled, joy. Attention.”
“Fear Has No Power Over You” by Jazzlyn, 16
“Fear is an emotion, it can’t hurt you, touch you, or hold power over you. You’re in control of your emotion, especially your fears.”