Two Cass artists featured

Published 1:33 am Thursday, June 19, 2003

By Staff
THREE RIVERS -- Watercolors and carvings by two Cassopolis artists are now on display at the Carnegie Center for the Arts in Three Rivers. the exhibit will run through July 3.
The joint exhibit by Ruth Andrews and Michael Slaski is called "Dreams and Poverties." Both Andrews and Slaski portray the human form in their work.
Andrews uses vivid color to portray both ordinary people ding ordinary homey chores and also fantastic creations originating in a dream world.
The title of the show was Slaski's idea, but Andrews said, "I like it because my paintings occur at that intersection."
Slaski's carvings of the human torso in wood and limestone are simple an direct.
He added, "I am grateful for the use of this wonderful building."
The Carnegie Center for the Arts gallery, at 107 North Main Street in Three Rivers, is open on Tuesdays through Saturdays, noon until 4 p.m. For more information call (269) 273-8882.