This month in the Lobby Art Gallery we present work by Inverness artist, Nancy Stein.
The May art exhibit by Nancy Stein in the Dance Palace Lobby celebrates the children’s play “The Last Wild Witch,” directed by Maica Folch, which will be performed on May 5 at 6:30 pm. Nancy is most known for her ongoing series of paintings of ocean waves. She has lived in the forest of Inverness ridge for 50 years. This exhibit will feature many years of studying trees. Her etchings, pastels, and oil paintings have always included trees. When the storms of 1996 broke a huge fir tree in half, Nancy built a small rental cottage from the tree, which now supports one human in our village, after 150 years of supporting all kinds of insect and animal life. Represented in this show will be oil paintings and prints of Douglas Fir, Bay Laurel, Coast live oak, buckeye, and bishop pine.
Join Nancy at her opening reception on Sunday, May 7, from 2-5pm. Masks recommended.