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Please find a new art show below that will be going on at
the Jones Gallery,
Title of Show: “Formation Equations”
Solo show featuring artist, Lois Van Liew
Venue: Jones Gallery
Address: 1717 Walnut
Show Hours and Dates:
April 1st. thru April 28th.
Monday thru Saturday, 10am-6pm. Friday till 8pm.
First Friday Show, April 7th, 10am-9pm.
About the Artist: Lois VanLiew graduated from Kansas University, with a Bachelor of Art Education degree. While at KU, Lois was a painting student of one of Kansas’ most recognized painters, Robert Sudlow. After graduating, she lived in Kansas City, KS, where she began her painting career, while teaching art at Turner High School for four years. She then moved to Austin, TX, where she worked as Director of Art for the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas, and maintained a painting studio there. Later, in Milwaukee, WI, where she lived for many years, she continued to work and exhibit as a studio artist. Lois moved back to her home state of Kansas in 2004 and continues her studio work in the growing NOTO Arts District in Topeka. Throughout her career, Lois has worked with a variety of mediums and subjects. She has won numerous awards, and her work has been included in many juried regional and national exhibits, as well as many invitational exhibits. She is represented in many private, public and museum collections.
Artist thoughts concerning this shows title and display.
I have thought to call the exhibit “Formation Equations”. There is a painting somewhere in the collection by that name but I am not sure where… I am always amazed at the way stones and crystals are uniformly manifested from the wisdom within the earth. Equally mystifying to me is the way that human creativity manifests from the inner darkness, and I am always striving to surrender to that inner wisdom. Lois Van Liew
Also include photos of the work are as titled; “Geode Heartbeat”, acrylic on canvas.
“Celestial Presence”, acrylic on canvas. All photos courtesy Jones Gallery