Recent Exhibitions Include:
Henry Sembach’s Another Point of View
Award-winning artist Henry Sembach’s “Another Point of View” debuted for a limited engagement in the Studio ADT Gallery. Sembach’s vivid, dream-inspired paintings can enhance the corporate work environment or brighten up your home interior. A highlight of the exhibition was “The Dancers”, which was honored with second place at the 2011 Glendale Fine Arts Exhibit.
Arizona Artists Also on Exhibit
Local artists on display include Kelli Berry, Jill Cockrum, Kathryn Hennemen, Cay Randall-May, Ken Sklute and Christine Taft.
Kelli Berry worked as a commercial flooring contractor for ten years before launching a commercial interior design firm. Her background encompasses thirty five years of subcontracting in all interior finishes, as well a interior design, with an emphasis on healthcare.
Jill Cockrum grew up in the Pacific Northwest spending her time outdoors and surrounded by nature. Her Grandmother taught all of the kids the glories of catching Tadpoles and turning over rocks at the beach. Examine the world and find out what it is all about. That’s how she developed a love of nature and probably why she looks so closely at her subjects.
Kathryn Henneman, a native of Arizona and current resident of Phoenix, Arizona has been creating contemporary abstractions since 1985. Her ethereal style can be found in the mediums of chalk pastel and acrylic on paper, as well as oil on canvas and board.
Cay Randall-May, Ph.D. has drawn and painted since early childhood. Her love of the desert near her hometown of Phoenix attracted her to study natural history at Arizona State University in Tempe. Because of that academic focus, much of her early artwork was devoted to scientific, technical, and medical illustrations of desert wildlife.
Christine Taft is an award winning landscape photographer. Her unique photographic art takes on a life of its own, with stunning editions in a variety of mediums and custom designed art photography books. Her subjects range from the delicate detail of flowers and plants to the majesty of the Grand Canyon and Sedona’s Red Rocks.