The Lyric – Exhibition

Liberty Arts opened The Lyric September 18th, with safety guidelines limiting attendance in the gallery to 8 persons at a time, and masks required for everyone’s safety.

Over twenty pieces reflect the passion of a dozen artists as they celebrates the magic of the lyric of song and the emotions they impart.

Rocio watercolor by Bea Duran-Whitman
Coyote photography collage by Maureen Williams

Guests are invited to carry a sanitized mp3 player with them as they view the artwork.

Songs containing the individual lyrics can be accessed and played through an external speaker.

There is a Crack in Everything acrylic painting by Allen King,
inspired by Leonard Cohen’s Anthem.
India Fratus’ acrylic painting Both Sides Now from Clouds by Joni Mitchell
The gallery will also have 2 chairs on display from the County Seat installation.
You Can’t Handel This! by Pam Wilden (left) and Louis XV NEVER Sat Here by Sharon Kisling.

Thanks to curators Kim Presley, Robin and Tom O’Brien. Special thanks to Maureen Williams and her genius at placing and hanging the work to bring together a beautiful exhibition.

And to Celia Balderree for sharing her talents, with a magnificent arrangement of botanicals that brought an elegance to our opening night.

The Lyric will run through Friday, October 16th    

Liberty Arts
A Contemporary Art Gallery
108 West Miner Street
Yreka, CA 96097