Friday, July 06, 2007

Framations: Saturday, 14 July 2007

Framations will offer two new exhibits starting July 11, with an Opening Reception Saturday, July 14 from 6-9 pm. A special feature for this reception will be dessert samples provided by Armando’s Flan Factory. The Reception, as well as the accompanying audio tour and Flan samples will be free and open to the public. The artists will be present at the reception to speak with visitors.

Mix it Up: New Work by the Art World Association
The Art World Association, Inc. was founded in 1963 as a Fine Arts and Fine Crafts Organization. Their members work in a variety of mediums and their styles vary dramatically as well. As a group, the AWA artists hold monthly programs include demonstrations focusing on all types of mediums, slide presentations, and guest speakers as well as a monthly membership competition. The AWA recently held a group plein-air paint out at the Ulysses S. Grant’s Historic Site, where the resulting pieces are now on exhibit. If you are interested in finding out more about this organization, there will be information at Framations through the length of the exhibit.

Photography by Colin Wright
Colin Wright’s interest in photography began as a childhood hobby inspired by his father, a photographer for RCA. From a posting on Ascension Island in the South Pacific, Colin’s father recorded launches from Cape Canaveral . From his travels, he brought home an Edixa 35mm camera, and that was the catalyst of Colin’s exploration into photography. Colin honors the memory of his father by his own passion for photography. Striving to find the hand of God in images of His astounding creations, Colin’s primary focus is photography practiced in the great outdoors. Of particular interest are macro photography and elements of color, contrast, symmetry and reflection. The exhibit will pull from recent works of Colin's along these themes.
To view some of Colin's work, visit

Framations Custom Framing and Art Gallery
218 North Main Street
St Charles, MO 63301


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