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February Issue 2011

Woolworth Walk in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Judi Goloff and Suzanne Snyder

Woolworth Walk in Asheville, NC, will present the exhibit, The Sister's, featuring works in glass by Judi Goloff and works of mixed media by Suzanne Snyder, on vie in the FW Front Gallery, from Feb. 1-27, 2011. An reception will be held on Friday, Feb. 4, from 4-6pm.

"The Sister's", Suzanne Snyder and Judi Goloff, have been doing the joy of recycled art for 25 years. They have been dumpster divers long before "going green" was a popular word.

Snyder's mixed media consists of handmade and recycled paper, and found objects. She started out as a traditional oil and watercolor artist. Today she utilizes her training with the freedom of abstract acrylics, textures, and imparting gold leaf in her paintings. You will notice the influence of the colors of the Blue Ridge Mountains in her paintings. Snyder's Glazing gardens consist of stamping, carving and drawing into compound and coating with 9 layers of glazing.

Judi Goloff's knowledge of glass has drawn her into the world of stained glass, jewelry and fusing recycled bottles to turn into cheese trays. All of her glass is handmade, including her beautiful designs found in her dichroic glass. Many local artists utilize her handmade glass in their own work.

Both Snyder and Goloff will do custom work. Their work has been sold all over the world. "The Sister's", who have been downstairs in Woolworths Walk for 5 years, will also be doing a circuit of art festivals this summer.

For further info check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call 828/254-9234 or visit (www.woolworthwalk.com).


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