The exhibition is back in the Boise State Public Radio offices (220 E. Park Center Blvd). They have such nice wall space and it is very nice they let the TVAA use them for their exhibitions.
This is the entrance wall as you walk in. The yellow painting on the left is done by my friend, Anne Peterson Klahr, and is called Bask in Sunlight.
Artworks in the reception area.
The large dark artwork below is called Maui Moonbow by David Schwartz. It has a richness and depth that draws you in. It is made with epoxy resin and metallic pigments. The red felted vessel next to it is made by Betty Maguire-Hayzlett.
A found object work by Cyndy Lounsbury entitled, Beacon.
This artwork is made by Lauren Kistner. She has a unique technique of working with oil and I really like the coloration in this piece.
The free exhibition can be viewed during regular business hours, Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the Boise State Public Radio offices through Feb. 20, 2014.