Process and People

Highlighting the 'process' which some say constitutes the work or labor of an artist, has been the main focus of our recent blog posts.  As a group, before the artworks were installed at the library, the Flower Power artists shared with one another how they were inspired to select their specific flower, what techniques were used to achieve the details in the artwork and what challenges were faced in the process.  As simple as our theme seemingly was, there was a lot for the group to share with one another about their process.

Denise Hillman
Lois Willhite
Laurie Mansur
Sharon Petersen
Camille Heath
Ambrozya Dae
Annika Ward
Catherine Hensiek
Amy Eikner 
Sandy Leonard

Cathy Hanson
Some of the Flower Power group.

Come see this community art installation! Only a few days left at the Concord Library until May 31.  Be sure to check library hours during the holiday weekend.

Beauty unfolds before your very eyes!

Just like a real flower reveals itself from one moment to the next, artist Lisa Fulmer gives us a fun view of the sequence of her painting for the Flower Power installation. See the colorful exhibit now at the Concord Library until May 31!

Flowers, one petal at a time.

Here we see the progress of Sharon Petersen's watercolor.  You can see her finished piece at the Concord Library now through May 31 at the Flower Power installation along with other new and original pieces by the other fourteen artists, presented by the Concord Community of Artists.

Sharon Petersen - work in progress 1

Sharon Petersen - work in progress 2

Sharon Petersen - work in progress 3