David Joyce Gallery
David Joyce Gallery presents
The Tale of Two - Palettes/Palates, 2014-15
" Labor of Love"
Days Beginning by David Putzier
The David Joyce Gallery presents the first of three exhibits in the series of "The Tale of Two Palettes/Palates." The first exhibit is "Labor of Love: an exploration of the work and energy in creating our food." Labor of Love is the opening exhibit for the 2014-15 season. We are honored with a delightful spectrum of artwork and art mediums, as well as opportunity to show art created by Northwest artists including adults, teachers, students and staff. David Joyce Gallery carries on the tradition of David Joyce, artist and LCC instructor. We also feature David's work and information about his life and influence with a permanent display wall.
The gallery supports art in its many forms and sources, teaching, inspiring and providing visual pleasure. The gallery creates a fresh thematic exhibit each year.
We specialize in work exhibiting the glory and wonder of food, growing plants, culinary arts, hospitality, food markets, travel
and the people who learn, work and live in these worlds.
Labor of Love by Catia Juliana
This exhibit also provides a tribute wall, showcasing a collection of eclectic, photographic cutout fragments by artist David Joyce (1946-2003) for whom the gallery is named. David was an art instructor at Lane for 25 years and recongnizably known for his monumental flying people mural "Flight Patterns" at the Eugene Airport.
"Labor of Love" will open on November 5.
The David Joyce Gallery is open M-F, 8-5 and during special events at the Center for Meeting and Learning in Building #19.
If you wish to know more about the artists, purchase work or have questions, contact Susan Detroy, Gallery Director: firstname.lastname@example.org .