Oasis Art Gallery is celebrating their fifth year in Wallingford with an anniversary party & artists’ exhibition on Sunday, January 24th from 3-6pm. Everyone is invited!
The event will include food and refreshments, several classical music sets by violinist/featured artist Sharon Wherland, the opening of the ‘Allure‘ exhibition, and a chance to meet featured artists. And, due to the crisis in Haiti, 25% of photography sales will be donated to the American Red Cross: Haiti Relief Fund.
Here’s a sneak peek of the exhibit:
- Contemporary abstract nature inspired paintings by Natalie Goods
- Exquisite landscape and floral photography by Richard Lawson
- Stunningly realistic paintings of waves in acrylics by Scott McDougall
- Dream-like acrylic and watercolor landscapes by Hossein Peigahi
- The spirit and movement of koi fish in acrylics by Nicole Stremlow-Monahan
- Deconstructed paintings of the body and soul by Sharon Wherland
“We are very lucky and proud to be a part of the Wallingford community and look forward to the next 5 years!” says Alex Strazzanti.
I say we’re the lucky ones!
Alex Strazzanti and Jeannie Trimarco-Strazzanti, co-owners of the gallery, are former social workers who take a lot of pride in working closely with the community. They provide free gallery space for non-profit fundraising events, participate in the Wallingford Art Walk, donate to numerous community organizations, and support local art festivals. Learn more here.
Oasis also makes sure we have access to affordable art with their “Fine Art Under $50” collection. And beginning in April, they’ll be collaborating with Real Art, Inc. to offer a staging and art rental program featuring a wide selection of high quality artwork that’s perfect for interior designers, home owners, stagers, and local businesses.
Happy Anniversary, Oasis! We’ll see ya’ on the 24th!