Hidden Treasures opens at the Ontario County Historical Society Museum on October 24th and continues through to the end of December. Member artists were encouraged to show their hidden treasures. Twenty artists did and the exhibit includes 44 works in a variety of styles and mediums.
The exhibit went on display at the Fort Hill Performing Arts Center on March 3rd with the work of thirty artists, all members of the Ontario County Arts Council. From the swirl of dance to the swell of sails on Canandaigua lake and the crashing waves off the Cliffs of Mohr, the works convey cadence and flow, pulse, rhythm and movement. Works in oil, ink, acrylic, watercolor, and pastel are included, as well as photography, sculpture and fiber arts, and represent a variety of styles from abstract to photorealism.
Our OCAC artists have created a collection of artwork reflecting the colors and diversity of images from the world around us. Some artists traveled great distances to experience a new place, and others just were inspired by their own thoughts that they traveled to in their own minds. The work displayed here was on exhibit at the Ontario County Historical Society Museum in the spring and summer of 2020.