July 2014 - "Something Old, Something New, Nothing Borrowed, and Something Blue" by Dan Wuthrich
Opening Reception, July 11, 2014 - 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Show will run from July 3 - 25, 2014
The Beloit Fine Arts Incubator is pleased to announce well known local artist Dan Wuthrich as their featured artist for July. The show will run from July 3rd throughout the month. The focus of the exhibit is “Something Old, Something New, Nothing Borrowed and Something Blue” Living much of his 79 years in the stateline area, Wuthrich’s art has found an international following with over 1000 paintings sold from a Chicago gallery plus countless others sold from other venues. A very prolific artist, Wuthrich has an intense, sensitive almost metaphysical personality that is reflected in his art. Working predominantly in acrylic, his art is highly imaginative and is described as a sensitive journey down seldom traveled roads of thought. Highly detailed, Wuthrich sees the nuances we often overlook in our too harried lives. Wuthrich describes his work as “My subject matter runs the gamut from realism to what has been called visionary realism. I don’t limit my subject matter, but rather, I allow it to take me where it wants to go.”
Due to the 4th of July falling on the first Friday of July, the Artist’s Reception will be held on the second Friday, July 11th, from 5 pm to 8 pm with the artist on hand to answer questions about what inspires his art. The event is open to the public at no charge.