Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Art exhibit celebrates life ‘On The Farm’

Katie Pratt, art program manager for St. Luke’s Wood River, hangs photographs by Wood River Valley photographer Kirk Anderson on Saturday at the hospital south of Ketchum. The photographs are part of a new art exhibit called “On the Farm,” which displays imagery of farm life, including buildings, landscapes, animals and crops. The works are by local painters, photographers and mixed-media artists. They can be seen in the main lobby and the local artist galleries of St. Luke’s Wood River. Other featured artists include: Nolina Burge, Christopher Brown, Melissa Graves Brown, Diane Dick, Julie Driver, Nancy Gervais, Lee Higman, Lisa Holley, Christine Jakober, Betsy Pearson, Tom Prater, David Rau and Diane Steffey-Smith. Many of the works are available for purchase.
Express photo by Willy Cook

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