May 3-July 1
Opening Reception: May 19, 5-7 pm
Join Arts & Education at the Hoyt for the public reception of Tammy Bauder’s new watercolor exhibit at The Confluence on Thursday, May 19, 5-7 pm. Bauder is known locally for her paintings of Lawrence County landscapes and landmarks in the changing seasons.
Bauder said she particularly likes capturing ‘the road less traveled’ in her work. Although she often finds inspiration in the county’s cultural heritage, as well, citing the rolling hills, Amish farmlands and McConnell’s Mill as examples. She says her work is often so familiar to viewers that it’s “a memory or a feeling that has somehow gotten lost in time.”
The Watercolors of Tammy Bauder will be on display at The Confluence through July 1, 2016. Bauder’s show is one is a series representing an ongoing partnership between Arts & Education at the Hoyt and Cray Youth & Family Services to promote local art and artists at the community coffee house. The Confluence is located at 214 East Washington Street, downtown New Castle. Admission is free.