Sunday, March 14, 2010
susPENded Exhibit In Review
Friday night in downtown Plymouth was unseasonably warm. People of all ages were walking along the sidewalks and perusing through the galleries at Heartland Artists Gallery's reception for the student exhibit and inSPRIATIVE's opening night of susPENded. Opened doors welcomed the public for a preview of the opening and a glance at Day O'Day's dance class. By 8:00 p.m. tickets were sold at the door and live musical performances by Etna Green and Darkroom rocked the house. Food by Sisters' Tea & Eatery and wine bar by Culver Coffee Company were available to guests.
Stay tuned for the next musical event scheduled at the inSPIRATIVE art center on Saturday night, March 27th.
The suspended art pieces by Sayka Ganz were a flying hit and crowd-pleaser in addition to the pieces by Angela Leed and Adam Parson. Gallery is open to the public during regular business hours Tuesday - Friday and Saturday mornings. susPENded exhibit runs through April 5th.