The Pollard Gallery is honoring June Knudsen with an exhibit of her work. June was a well-known watercolor artist, winning many awards and having her paintings sold at Hawthorn Hollow and the Racine Museum as well as other locations. June was a founding member of the Kenosha Art Association in 1950. She was also a member of several organizations in the community. She was born June 10, 1916 and passed away January 26, 2012. Her son, Bryan, will be on location at the Gallery during Second Saturday.
“…Melody Bigalke admits she’s a scrapper and a survivor. This feisty, crafty lady is a mufti-disciplined artist that brings something unique to whatever medium she works. Ceramics, print-making, jewelry but her most distinctive art are her gourds…”
Melody will be at The Good Old Summertime Art Fair (June 3rd, 2012)
Chris Sipos and Rachel Young play acoustic music for the discerning listener. They delve into a multitude of genres ranging from upscale, in-vogue intonations to folk songs as haunting as the most ancient mountain hollow. A smoky jazz ballad sits beside a driving Johnny Cash-June Carter cover, while superb originals by Sipos are regularly stirred into the mix.