Anne & Ann reception May 4, 5 – 7 p.m.

We’re so looking forward to anne & ann, our exhibition showcasing works by Anne Cunningham and Ann Parks McCray. Here’s a hint of what’s to come:

Anne Cunningham and Ann Parks McCray often unknowingly mirror each other’s art. It’s only after a studio visit or glimpse of a Facebook photo that they realize they’ve done it again. These two beach girls are called by the ocean and revel in being surrounded by light. They capture this appreciation in their art, Ann in highly textured oils on canvas and Anne through metal dyes and acids on metal. “Abstraction” might be their shared middle name as both artists extract the energy of an experience, location, or feeling more than represent its reality.

Sharing thoughts and being inspired by each other’s vision, these two kindred spirits often visit each other’s studios for art-filled conversations and observations. Both love texture and discovering new ways to create unusual surfaces. Establishing layer upon layer in their art, Ann and Anne enjoy exposing what is underneath, the hidden aspects of their creativity, to express nuanced light and mystery. Both of these artists work quickly and intuitively, trusting the process while recognizing the incalculable joy and privilege of living through art.

We’ll have more on the website soon. In the meantime, please mark your calendars for Friday, May 4, 5-7 p.m. for a fantastic reception for these two talented artists!

  • Carole O'neill

    Love the abstract flavor of these works. Reminds me of watercolor on treated yupo paper. I sometimes work with acrylic gems and metallics on canvas. I plan to attend the artist reception on May 4th and look forward to meeting these ladies.

    1. Sunset River Marketplace

      Look forward to seeing you, Carole! We think you’ll find these artists as personable as they are talented!