Jerome AZ (April 23, 2012) – A full moon on Cinco de Mayo will mean an extra special Jerome Art Walk on May 5th. Gallery 527 welcomes spring with a flourish of vernal equinox inspired art. The vibrant landscapes and poetry of Susan Pitcairn will headline “Celebrating Spring,” continuing at Jerome’s First Saturday Art Walk, May 5th, 5-8 p.m. at Gallery 527, 527 Main St. A regular in the Sedona Plein Air Festival and faculty member of the Sedona Arts Center, Pitcairn is known for her painterly oils, pastels and acrylics. This show expresses the spirit of renewal in the flowers and leafings of the Southwestern spring.
Since moving to Sedona in 2006, the award-winning artist has presented six inspirational art and poetry exhibits at the Sedona Arts Center. She also writes an active blog on art, poetry, science and nature at www.susanpitcairn.com. Her paintings hang in collections from Italy to New Zealand. Earlier, she co-authored the best-selling Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats (Rodale Press, 1981), now in its third edition with over half a million copies sold.
Encaustic painter Arids Harsche presents a new cave painting and Donna Chesler has a new Polaroid Transfer of her favorite peacock from her dwindling collection. Stop by for an evening of great art, conversation and refreshments at this local favorite. For more information on Jerome Art Walk, contact Donna at (928) 649-2277