Riverchase Loves Art brings wide range of artists by Alyx Chandler/Hoover Sun

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For some people, their Valentine’s Day shopping was all done in one place.

On Saturday, Feb. 3. the Riverchase Women’s Club hosted their 12th Annual Riverchase Loves Art at the Riverchase Country Club, featured art in mediums ranging from pottery to glass to leather to paints. Each artist from the show was hand-picked.

“Continued partnership with the Riverchase Country Club also allowed us to have one of the best art shows we have ever had,” Art Show Chair Lynne Cooper said. “Each year just gets better and better.”

This year, they hosted 50 talented local artists, some returning and some new. The money raised at the event allows the Riverchase Women’s Club to support their chosen charities as well as the art community, Cooper said.

Read more and view additonal photos of the recent RLA show at the Hoover Sun here:

http://hooversun.com/peopleplaces/riverchase-loves-art-brings-wide-range-of-artists/

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Birmingham’s ABC 3340 Talk of Alabama features 2 of the RIVERCHASE LOVES ART artist

Butch Oglesby and Danielle Portera were interviewed on Birmingham’s ABC 3340 Talk of Alabama today. See their interview here: http://abc3340.com/station/talk-of-alabama/talk-of-alabama-012918-riverchase-loves-art

Thanks to ABC’s 3340 for featuring two or our great artist on your show this morning!

 

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Award winning artist Toby Klein returns to the RIVERCHASE LOVES ART show on February 3, 2018

BIO: Like a real Kaleidoscope, Toby’s art is created with a burst of color, symmetry of design and motion all captured in “The Artists Kaleidoscopic World”.  Her goal in creating work is to intrigue each person by drawing their eye into the piece of art, while holding it there so they may see all of the intricate detail.  In developing her style, she has always been intrigued by different and unusual pieces of art and has strived to do the same in her work.  She is a mixed media artist, whose work is contemporary and ranges from different degrees of abstraction and experimental to representation.  Her images both representational and non-objective show the use of color, design & techniques as seen through the artist eyes.

Toby won the Top award at the 2013 Bluff Park Art Show ($3500.00 Purchase Award for their permanent collection.)  She was selected as the Artist for “Southern Voices” in 2010 and had a one person exhibit in the Hoover Library Gallery for 3 months.  Toby also had a one-person exhibit November 1, 2011 thru January 31, 2012 at the Universalist Unitarian Church Art Gallery. Some of her previous one-person exhibits have been at the Heritage Hall Museum, Cobb Lane Gallery, Memphis JCC Shainberg Art Gallery, Four Seasons Gallery, Levite JCC Fine Art Gallery & Arceneaux Gallery.  Among awards, locally as well as internationally, she was a Finalist in The Artist Magazine’s Annual Art Competition in 2006, 2005, 2003 & 2002. Toby is a Signature Member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters & Southern Watercolor, a Signature-Nautilus Fellow Member of the International Society of Experimental Artist, and Signature-Gold of the Watercolor Society of Alabama, where she served as President in 2003-2004.  She is an Elected Member of the National Association of Women Artist in New York.

Visit Toby’s website to view additional awards and images here: https://www.tobykleinart.com/