RIPLEY - Four juried artist members of the North Shore Arts Alliance are exhibiting work in a group show at the Sensory Winery and Art Gallery, 10593 W. Main Rd., Ripley.
The show began Friday, April 26 and runs through July 21.
The featured artists include painter Nancy Nixon Ensign from Jamestown, photographer Mara Rubin from Westfield, photographer Ann Parker from Machias and painter Tom Annear from Fredonia. The show is curated by William Karrow, artist and photographer from Westfield.
Ann Parker’s “Cityscape” is one of the pieces of art currently on display as part of the “Depth Perception” exhibit at Sensory Winery and Art Gallery in Ripley.
"Depth Perception" allows the artists to interpret the concept of depth in all its spatial, emotional and intellectual implications in this exhibition of works, which challenge the viewers' own senses.
The show continues a partnership between Sensory owner Kevin Daughrity and the North Shore Arts Alliance. The collaboration is based on a mutual passion for art and an enthusiasm for local artists. Daughrity has been featuring the work of regional artists for a number of years. He also uses original artworks for his wine labels. The Sensory Winery and Art Gallery space lends itself remarkably well to a variety of different media and leads the viewer in and around the works.
Sensory Winery and Art Gallery is a sponsor of NSAA's signature event, the Chautauqua-Lake Erie Art Trail. The gallery is located approximately two miles outside of downtown Ripley heading towards the Pennsylvania border at 10593 W. Main Rd, or Route 20, directly across the street from Quincy Cellars Winery. Regular gallery hours are Thursday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.northshoreartsalliance.com.