Art by Invitation

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This year’s Mesquite’s Fine Art Invitational included art from six different galleries throughout Nevada and Utah. Over one hundred art pieces in varying mediums are on display now through Oct. 1 at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery, 15 W. Mesquite Blvd.

The Mesquite Fine Art Invitational exhibit is showing through the month of September. This piece of patriotic art is made of clay by artist Kent Lang titled “United we Stand”. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The Mesquite Fine Art Invitational exhibit is showing through the month of September. This piece of patriotic art is made of clay by artist Kent Lang titled “United we Stand”. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

“Night Vision” is a watercolor piece by artist Teri Fockford that you can view along with other works of art throughout September at Mesquite’s Fine Art Invitational. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

“Night Vision” is a watercolor piece by artist Teri Fockford that you can view along with other works of art throughout September at Mesquite’s Fine Art Invitational. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

“Korean War Memorial Washing D.C.” is a watercolor painting by artist Carol Stenger. It’s just one of the many works of art on display through the month of September for Mesquite’s Fine Art Invitational. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

“Korean War Memorial Washing D.C.” is a watercolor painting by artist Carol Stenger. It’s just one of the many works of art on display through the month of September for Mesquite’s Fine Art Invitational. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The Mesquite Fine Art Invitational exhibit is showing through the month of September. “Moapa Sparklies” is a watercolor and Ink painting by Marya Romero Hoffman that will remain on exhibit throughout the month. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The Mesquite Fine Art Invitational exhibit is showing through the month of September. “Moapa Sparklies” is a watercolor and Ink painting by Marya Romero Hoffman that will remain on exhibit throughout the month. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The metal artwork displayed during the Mesquite Fine Art Invitational is created by artist Lee Moses. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The metal artwork displayed during the Mesquite Fine Art Invitational is created by artist Lee Moses. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

 

The Mesquite Fine Art Invitational brought in art in a variety of mediums including clay, glass and dry flowers. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The Mesquite Fine Art Invitational brought in art in a variety of mediums including clay, glass and dry flowers. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

: The “Galapagos Tortoise” by Jeffrey Oldham is a Giclee’ print and looks so real you might expect it to walk right out of the frame. In Giclee’ printing no screen or other mechanical devices are used and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern. The image has all the tonalities and hues of an original painting. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

: The “Galapagos Tortoise” by Jeffrey Oldham is a Giclee’ print and looks so real you might expect it to walk right out of the frame. In Giclee’ printing no screen or other mechanical devices are used and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern. The image has all the tonalities and hues of an original painting. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The power of “Positive Energy” will be quite apparent when you see this mixed media piece by artist Chris Mazglad. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The power of “Positive Energy” will be quite apparent when you see this mixed media piece by artist Chris Mazglad. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

 

You can see these pieces along with over one hundred others when you visit the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery during the month of September for the Mesquite Fine Art Invitational. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information on the gallery, classes or exhibits please call the VVVAA at 702-346-1338.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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