A Day in June (June)

A Day In June
Exhibit: June 1-30
Reception: June 5, 2 to 4


“And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days.”

Technically, a day in June is not that rare. They do account for about 1/12 of all the days we live. But the metaphorical day in June, that is rare. It’s that special day we hope to enjoy once in a great while. Our June show will celebrate these rare days, described so aptly in the poem by James Russell Lowell. We want images of blue skies, green fields, and rippling brooks, of course. But more than that, we’d like to have artwork inspired by everything that early summer brings: nesting birds, wild flowers, picnics, gardening, swimming, road trips – whatever that perfect June day means to you.

Curator: Shari Hornish
Email: sharihornish@yahoo.com

Prospectus: PDF | Word

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