Quad City Arts Gallery

 

 

Good Enough to Eat - an ART buffet
Quad City Arts Center Gallery, Rock Island
Exhibition dates: September 5 - October 24, 2014

Opening Reception: September 5, 2014, 6 - 9pm in Arts Alley & QCArts Gallery
$5 per person

On Friday, September 5, Quad City Arts kicks off East West Riverfest with “Good Enough to Eat-an ART buffet,” a food themed art exhibition taking place at Quad City Arts Gallery through October 24.

Opening night will consist of wine & food tastings prepared by local chefs: Mama Compton’s Mark Mueller Catering, Faradays, Cool Beanz Coffeehouse, Jumer’s Casino, Mad Roots Juices, and Chris Carton from the River Center. Live music will be provided by Lojo Russo.

Twenty-four regional artists will display works ranging from serious food portraits to whimsical and sculptural interpretations. Cost is $5 per person. The exhibition continues through October 24 with free admission after the opening reception.

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Quad City Arts Gallery
1715 Second Avenue Rock Island, IL 61201
Open to the public & free admission Tues. - Fri. 10 am to 5 pm; Sat. 11 am to 5 pm; (Mondays by appointment only)

Mixed Media by Kimberlee Rocca

Collage by Amber Williams

Sculpture by Dale Divoky

 

Mixed media works by Kimberlee Rocca, collage by Amber Williams and stoneware by Dale Divoky
September 1 - October 30, 2014
Quad City International Airport Gallery, 2200 69th Ave., Moline, IL

Quad City Arts Art @ the Airport presents Kimberlee Rocca of North Liberty, IA; Amber Williams of Davenport, IA and Dale Divoky of Fairfield, IA for the months of September and October.

Kimberlee Rocca presents her mixed media series of raw yet refined abstract works utilizing metal, paper, paint and mosaic. In her work circles and spheres can represent power, influence or protection while in other works these same shapes may represent chaos and boundaries. Rocca carefully selects bold colors, simple shapes and delicate details creating an energetic representation of spiritual journeys, personal narratives, transformation, rebirth and connectivity.

Amber Williams is a collage artist presenting her series “Into the Mountains”. The series consists of dynamic patterned landscapes made entirely of security envelopes and magazine copy. Williams cuts and assembles all of the paper by hand. Williams was inspired by the Pacific Northwest while creating this series.

Dale Divoky is a clay sculptor presenting a series inspired by natural forms. Divoky has a fascination with nature’s forms, their relationships and eloquence of dimension. His lyrical sculptures of Koi fish are figurative while the surface modeling allows for the illusion of graceful movement. Divoky believes that clay and all of the processes associated with it uniquely suit his sculptural endeavors.

Art @ the Airport Gallery never closes and non-ticketed passengers can drop by the airport to see the exhibits, with just one dollar for parking. The gallery is located in the guest waiting area across from the airport restaurant. Meet a friend for lunch and enjoy the art in this beautiful gallery!

Quad City International Airport Gallery
2200 69th Ave. Moline, IL 61265
Open to the public