RRUUC supports art as an important component of the life of members, friends, and the broader local community. Art is an expression of the human spirit. Art often touches viewers in a deep and significant way and can provide experience of mystery and wonder, which is one source of insight for Unitarian Universalists.

The Fine Arts Committee organizes art exhibits at RRUUC for the benefit of area artists and the appreciation of those using the Fellowship Hall. Most art at these exhibits is for sale, with a portion of proceeds going to RRUUC.  Click here for instructions for artists on how to apply to use our space.

Current Exhibit

January 4-February 11, 2018

“Journeys In the Dance of Shape and Color” by Artist Judith L. Smith

Reception: Sunday, January 7, 3-5 p.m.

 

From monumental Washington to misty Kyoto, journeys inspire my abstract visual expressions.  I find my artistic voice in digital rendering and manipulation of photographs from these travels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next Exhibit: February 12-March 25 “Landscape Photography — Capturing Wide Open Spaces and Colorful Places”

Reception February 12th at 7 p.m.

This exhibit features backcountry landscape photography by RRUUC members Leigh Scott and Mark Cohen   All of the photos included in the exhibit are intended to evoke emotions, tell stories, and transport the viewer to national parks, alpine trails, rocky cliffs, historic ruins, and coastal villages.