Pumpkin Palooza isn’t the only thing happening on campus this Sunday!

πŸ–ΌοΈ Come support GoggleWorks’ art community this Sunday from 12-4 p.m. for SECOND SUNDAY, our in-house free studio crawl on the second and third floors. Meet our artists, see their work and their studios, connect with your community, and explore the creativity that flows through our campus!

Second Floor
🎨 Heidi Sensenig (Studio 205)
Third Floor
🎨 Sharon McGinley (Studio 323)
🎨 Brent Brown (Studio 306)

We host this event every second Sunday of each month so keep a lookout for next month’s featured artists. πŸ‘€πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ¨

Heidi Sensenig (Studio 205)

uses clay, acrylic, and watercolor as well as texture-building media to bring to life imagery and inspiration she finds in the world of daily living. Exploring both abstract and representational painting, Sensenig finds joy and insight by returning to her roots in ceramics. These various processes inform one another in unexpected ways.

Sharon McGinley (Studio 323)

will be using this opportunity to show early works that show a progression in her style of painting. Some pieces are from the 1980'ss where McGinley used subdued colors and often stained the paper with tea to create a sense of age. McGinley will also have limited edition lithographs available for purchase.

Brent Brown (Studio 306)

says his talent was discovered when as a young boy he was asked to draw a stick figure and he drew a fully detailed person. His work honors the lasting impressions of childhood through television and movies. Recalling his own innocence and the need to either copy or re-invent his memories and heroes, both fictitious and real, his many marionette-type characters move their arms, legs and such in an imitation of the images he grew up with along with those things that left a lasting impression on him.