March 11th – April 23rd, 2021
Collaboration Show by Artists Kim Yarbrough and Stacey Fletcher Reynolds
Stacey Fletcher Reynolds is a Professor of 2D Studio Arts at Daytona State College. Stacey received a Master of Fine Arts in Painting & Drawing from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 2003, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting & Drawing from Valdosta State University, Valdosta Georgia, in 2000. Stacey has exhibited in many group, juried, and solo exhibitions, in the United States and abroad, including an International Painting Residency in Chelm Poland. Stacey has been selected and given the opportunity to juror many different exhibitions, and her work itself, is now part of public and private art collections. Her work has been given many awards, including being published in a juried selection of International Visual Artists in Studio Visit Magazine.
Kim Yarbrough was born in South Georgia and resides in Norman Park, Georgia. She is the Program and Education Director at Colquitt County Arts Center where she also instructs painting classes from time to time. Kim has also instructed art in public and private schools. Kim holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Valdosta State University. She also holds a Masters Specialist degrees in Special Education. Kim has exhibited locally, around the state, as well as in other areas of the U.S.
Kim’s paintings tend to lean heavily on wax as the main medium, but incorporate a variety of textures such as fabrics, paper, tape, sand, and various types of paints. Kim also uses text, in some fashion, in most of her paintings. The words are often taken from a running list of interesting or meaningful words that are collected or offer commentary on societal or cultural observations.
Artists include Jean Eaton Gay, Kathy Nelson, Kim Mazzilli, Anna Carlton, Myra Hurst, Alicia Sims