The Gallery @ Yahara Bay Distillery Presents:
Gaia Series: The Earth is Alive
MADISON, WI: The Gallery at Yahara Bay Distillery is proud to present: “Gaia Series: The Earth is Alive,” an art showcase featuring an intuitive collection of acrylic ink paintings by Madison artist Beth Racette. Racette’s paintings are an expression of her love for our planet and grow out of her desire to learn about and portray the many aspects of earth inspired by scientific learning and her impressionistic understanding of the universe.
The Gaia Series will be on display at The Gallery at Yahara Bay through February 16, 2017.
About the Artist:
Madison resident, Beth Racette, received her Masters of Fine Art from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Her work has been displayed all over the country, including New York City, Chicago and Denver. Currently, Beth coordinates community and education programs at Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, WI.
“For many years I have contemplated the interconnectedness of life and the processes of the flow of history, transmission of ideas, and creative improvisation. I have tried to cast a wide net with this series of paintings and explore as much as I can to synthesize my findings visually. Gaia, the name the Ancient Greeks gave to the Earth Goddess, is the perfect name for this series, as it truly explores the macro and micro aspects of the Earth, showing the living and self-regulating complexities of our planet.”
About Gallery @ Yahara Bay:
In keeping with the opinion that craft distilling is just as much an art as a science and solidifying the philosophies of the company (original, quality, local craftsmanship), Yahara Bay hosts an on-site art gallery to showcase the work of some of Wisconsin's most talented artists.. From paintings, to photography, to sculpture, jewelry and glass blowing, the Gallery at Yahara Bay offers a pressure free venue for artists to share their work with the local community. The gallery work changes monthly and is open to the public weekly from 11 am – 4 pm, Thursdays until 10 pm and Saturdays 12-5 pm.