June, 2018 Article
Abstract art is like a secret language. It is a means to give a visual language to experiences where words fail to articulate what we feel, but cannot see. The expression of the familiar, interpreted through a distorted lens, abstract art moves us in a different way than other forms of art, perhaps because one must use our eyes, not to see, but to feel. Four abstract artists who call the Valley home will be welcoming visitors into their studios during this summer’s Wood River Valley Studio Tour. Marybeth Flower, Susan Hall, Lee Higman, and Donna Pritchard each bring their own unique approach to form and abstraction.