Robert Ongaro has this to say about his artwork, “Sculpting has always made me feel more complete in life. I enjoy trying to capture the grace and beauty of the female form, and I am delighted to share my creations with anyone who can appreciate my attempts.”
Robert will be available in the gallery to discuss his art with you while gallery sitting on Friday, May 20 and Thursday, May 26 from 6-8pm.
Susan Robinson-Heaslip studied art at Kent State University in Ohio, Philadelphia Academyof Art and the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan.
She regular exhibits her art and has received awards for her work. Her passion for creating figurative artwork is obvious in both her sculptures and drawings.
Visit with Susan in the gallery on Friday, May 20 from 6-8pm.
Douglas White says that sculpture became a consuming passion relatively late in his life. His work has exhibited in several states around the country.
Doug says, “I believe that sees wondrously and hope that my medals, portraits and figures reflect the ineffable beauty of the human face, form and spirit.”
Doug will be available at the gallery to discuss his work as well as any questions people may have about the ways of sculpture on Saturday May 21, between 3 and 6 pm.