The Easter Story is a contemporary art exhibition based upon the Stations of the Cross, sponsored by Spring Lake Church.
The exhibition takes you through the last hours of Jesus's life as recorded in the Bible. 16 local artists created works of art based upon the written scripture and what it means to them. There are traditional and non-traditional interpretations, and a variety of mediums including photography, mixed media, painting, and 3D displays.
Check out this video made by one of our artists.
An opening reception will be held on Friday, March 9 from 6 pm to 9 pm where the public can view the exhibition and engage in multiple activities including:
MEET THE ARTISTS
ENGAGE WITH THE EXHIBITS
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
LIVE PAINTING BY CHRISTA CAPE
RESPOND IN OUR COMMUNITY JOURNAL
WORSHIP MUSIC FROM 7 PM TO 8 PM BY SPRING LAKE CHURCH
The exhibition will also be on display during the month of March from the 6th - 31st. Normal viewing hours for the remainder of the month are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 am to 5 pm; Thursdays from 11 am to 7 pm, and Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm.
There will be extended viewing hours till 8 pm during the week leading up to Easter on March 27 - 30.
Featured artists include: Kevin Smith, Cyndee Sweetland, Daniel Klewer, Mary Breuer, Luke Hochrein, Christa Cape, Kathy Doubek, Steve Doubek, Gregory Frederic, Amy Frederic, Brekken Cogswell, Shanna Koltz, Bill Loeber, Laurie Dummer, Lisa Nolette, and Jaime Frisque.
Parking is available on Cedar Street, Gross Street and in the NWTC Artisan parking lot. For further parking information and a map, go to our Visitor Page.
Visit our Facebook event to view pieces of the artwork and let us know you're coming!
A note about The ARTgarage: We accept and displays visual artwork regardless of subject matter. We will not discriminate and are open to all perspectives, cultures, minorities, faith based organizations, etc. With public support, all involved in our local arts community can actively support a free and democratic creative culture.