The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture is honored to present three local and established artists : Mike Koloski, Leslie LeViner and Mary Edwards. Exhibit begins Friday, June 19 with a Zoom party at 5 p.m. Join us on zoom< https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81070275414 >. The exhibit will end on July 28, 2020. The exhibit can be viewed at the Josephy Center, in a virtual exhibit on our website and via a new catalog that can be pre-ordered. The Josephy Center will reopen on Monday, June 22 visitors are welcome Monday through Saturday from 12-5pm. We recommend patrons wear a mask to prevent the spread of COVID. Catalogs can be preordered online or you can call Megan at 541-432-0505.
“These three artists are well-deserving of an exhibit,” says executive director, Cheryl Coughlan. “They are not only the most talented artists in our county, they are some of the most selfless and hard working artists who’ve have opened numerous opportunities for other artists through the Wallowa Valley Arts Festival, Arts Council and their work alongside the Josephy Center. With extensive formal training, these artists have all the tools to capture landscapes with special light and pleasing compositions.”
Each artist will exhibit up to 15 works with written descriptions of the works. Many paintings and photographs will be for sale and each artist has selected 1-2 images that can be made into archival prints that will be for sale – online or in the gallery. Please take a look at our online virtual exhibit that will be available on June 19, 2020 <https://josephy.org/three-journeys-mike-koloski-leslie-leviner-and-mary-edwards/>.
We will also host a Brown Bag on June 23 at noon with artists. Here’s a zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83771003159 but the Center will be opened and you may attend live. We highly encourage masks and will have seating that will be 6 feet apart for everyone’s safety.