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New Exhibits at Rogue Gallery May 2018

Main Gallery

Art in Bloom: Darla Baack, Vera Melnyk & Kathy Morawiec

Exhibit date: April 27–June 1, 2018

Reception Date: May 18, 2018

Darla Baack, Sun and Moon, Stained Glass

This beautiful exhibit features works from three Northwest artists; Kathy Morawiec, who paints loose, lively, colorful flowers, Vera Melnyk, who produces mosaic of complex textures and patterns and Darla Baack, who creates luminous works in stained glass. The Rogue Gallery & Art Center celebrates Downtown Medford’s annual Art in Bloom Festival with an exhibit that features the beauty of spring. Stained glass by Darla Baack is luminous and meditative in its representation of the nature and the heavens. Vera Melynk’s bold abstract mosaics shimmer and reflect from the varied colors of stone, minerals, and glass she has acquired from her travels. Kathy Morawiec paints large floral paintings that are

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Rogue Gallery & Art Center announces New Exhibit

Autumn Sun, mosaic by Vera Melnyk

Rogue Gallery & Art Center Announces New Exhibit in the Community Gallery Mosaic Works of Vera Melynk Friday, July 17 – August 14, 2015 Reception: Friday, July 17, 5:00 – 8:00 pm

Autumn Sun, by Vera Melnyk

The Rogue Gallery and Art Center is proud to exhibit the mosaic works of Vera Melynk. Vera uses materials that include include stained glass, smalti, ceramic, marble, slate and Venetian glass to create elegant, organic mosiac that are rich in color and depth.

Describing her artistic process, she says “When I started painting in 2005, I never imagined that I would trade in my paints and brushes for hammer and hardie, nippers, tile cutters and glass grinders. But that is exactly what happened. My first mosaics were typical garden tables and vases, but somewhere along the way they ended up on cradled boards and hanging on the wall. The possibilities opened up,

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