Spirit of the Horse
Fish Out of Water
April 12 - May 16, 2019
Opening Reception: April 12 - 5:30 - 7:30pm
ArtSeed, 1931 East Spring Street, New Albany, Indiana
Kimara Wilhite developed a love of nature and the outdoors from a childhood spent camping with her Grandparents. Her Grandfather was an avid photographer of nature, and she inherited his passion. She is always inspired by dramatic light and capturing fleeting moments of nature.
Kimara loves to travel and finds great joy in capturing nature around the world. She is a member of the Professional Photographers of America, Equine Photographers Network, Louisville Visual Art Association, and Art Seed Gallery in New Albany, Indiana. Her work has been published in magazines and exhibited in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States.
Larry Beisler's Inspiration for his stone sculptures comes mostly from nature. Carving is his greatest love. He has no preconceived idea as to what he is going to create but lets the stone tell him what it has to reveal.
Beisler says," I believe that my love and desire to carve engages my conscious with my subconscious in a physical way that I really can’t explain. When I start carving a new stone I don’t usually have a subject or image in my mind. Sometimes the stone doesn’t connect with me ....so I put it aside and I put it in the back of my mind. Either through my conscious imagination or by way of my dreams the image or idea will start to emerge."
Larry lives and creates near Elizabeth, Indiana. He is an award-winning artist and has exhibited widely in the Kentuckiana area. His work is included in numerous public and private collections and his large bas-relief sculpture, located in Corydon, Indiana, was part of the Millennium Project.