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Traffic Zone Center for Visual Arts: Spring 2022 Open Studios and Exhibition
May 7, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The public is invited to spend time with Traffic Zone artists and their guests in the studios where they dream, create and work. See new work made in drawing, installation, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. The art is for sale — the experience is free and open to the public.
Group Exhibition of Traffic Zone Artists – Spring Forward
May 4 – June 10, 2022
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Traffic Zone Open Studio Artists
Harriet Bart, Bruce Hudson-Bogaard, Carl Bretzke, Kristie Bretzke, Perci Chester, Jim Dryden, Jil Evans, Bonnie Heller, Ellie Kingsbury, Paul Kwok, Lisa Nankivil, Jon Neuse, Howard Oransky, Steve Ozone, Rebecca Pavlenko, Patrick Pryor, Jodi Reeb, Phil Rosenbloom, CB Sherlock, Harold B. Stone, Jantje Visscher.
Kathy Bishop, Joanna Halstrom, Paul Keller, Olli@ollimadethis, Regula Russelle, Mike Schmidt, Mary Walker, Susan Wagner
Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art Mission: Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art supports the work of mid-career professional artists with high-quality, affordable studios and the engagement of audiences with gallery exhibitions, open studio events, art classes and workshops.
Free and open to the public
Parking available on street and adjacent lots
Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art follows standard Covid protocols. Please check our website and social media for the most up to date Covid safety information.
Jil Evans, Heart, Bright and Dark No. 2, 2018, oil on canvas, 32 x 30 in.
Harriet Bart, Reminder, 2018, acrylic and mixed media on canvas
Jim Conaway, City Map, oil on canvas, 36 x 36 in.
Bruce Hudson-Bogaard, Waiting, watercolor, 28 x 30 in.
Jantje Visscher, Floating in Light, 2016, acrylic paint, fiberglass, polyester, steel pins, velcro, 14 x 1 in.
Perci Chester, Free Urchin, 2018, steel and automotive paint, 65 x 108 x 68 in.
Ellie Kingsbury, photograph
Kristie Bretzke, Super Speed, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 in.