Stephanie Hartshorn, “Piggyback,” 2015, oil on board, 8 x 10 inches

Sorrel Sky Gallery will host a two-woman show “Rural Narratives,” featuring Stephanie Hartshorn and Tamara Rymer on September 8. The pairing of the two artists should make for a great exhibition. Why?

An architect by trade, Hartshorn’s work engages heavily with structures as an art form, especially those found within both rural and urban landscapes. Rymer’s work is equally as beautiful, but instead explores western lifestyles and those surrounding her family history.

Tamara Rymer, “East, West, and Midwest,” 2015, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches

Shanan Campbell Wells, owner of Sorrel Sky Gallery, is looking forward to having these two artists showing together, suggesting “Stephanie and Tamara both paint with such a clear visual ‘voice.’ Each makes her own observations, creates her own narrative, and transforms that narrative into imagery that we can relate and connect to. Having their works paired in this show will offer a unique opportunity to ‘hear’ what they have seen and been influenced by.”

To learn more, visit Sorrel Sky Gallery.

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