This February, the Gallery at the Park presents an incredible and unique new 2D and 3D exhibition from artists J.E. Hannum, Jerry Johnson, and Kevin Newcomb!
J.E. Hannum is a contemporary abstract artist. He creates dynamic, cubist-style paintings, meticulously crafted with acrylic, oil, pastel, and charcoal. He uses brushes, palette knives, his hands, and many other tools to apply paint to canvas.
Hannum uses his art to express the intricate relationship between modern living and the emotions we all feel. His work has been showcased at Evolv Design Collective Gallery in Kennewick and numerous businesses in the Tri-Cities area. View more of Hannum’s work on his website at hannumfineart.com.
Jerry Johnson is a retired engineer and scientist who has been working in the medium of wood for the past couple of decades. He uses a lathe and various carving tools to create his art.
Johnson has exhibited his work in galleries in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Illinois, and British Columbia. His pieces have also been shown in the 2022 and 2023 issues of Masters of Contemporary Wood Art, published by the Wood Symphony Gallery.
Kevin Newcomb has been making art for six years using rock and silver. He utilizes rock with unusual colors and tries not to use the same rock more than once. He carefully selects the rocks for a project before moving on to cutting and shaping.
Hannum, Johnson, and Newcomb will be on display at the Gallery at the Park from January 30–February 24.
The reception will be on Sunday, February 4, from 1–3 p.m.
The Gallery at the Park is located at 89 Lee Boulevard in Richland and at galleryatthepark.org. The Gallery’s hours are Tuesday–Thursday, 12–4pm, and Friday and Saturday from 10am–5pm.