Sunday, January 25, 2015     Volume: 29, Issue: 26
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Wise guy

IMAGE BY GEORGE ASDEL

Wise guy

Wildlife Wisdom & Whimsy, a collection of drawings, paintings, and ekphrastic poetry (poetry describing a work of art) by George Asdel will be on display in a new exhibit at Gallery at Marina Square in Morro Bay, Feb. 1 through 27, with an opening reception Feb. 13, from 5 to 8 p.m. While whimsical, Asdel’s work often takes on serious subject matter and frequently features animals and unwise humans. Gallery at Marina Square is at 601 Embarcadero, ste. 10, and can be reached at 772-1068.

—Trever Dias

Into the wood

ARTWORK BY BARRY LUNDGREN

Into the wood

Do yourself a favor and check out Hands on Wood III, a multi-artist exhibit of woodwork at The Gallery at the Network in SLO, running Feb. 1 to March 31. The exhibit will feature both decorative and functional works such as cutting boards, sushi trays, fine furniture, turned bowls, vases, and jars. An artists’ reception will be held Feb. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. The Gallery at the Network is at 778 Higuera St., ste. B. Visit thegalleryatthenetwork.com to find out more. 

—Trever Dias

Bruce's-eye view

IMAGE BY BRUCE EVERETT

Bruce's-eye view

See things from a different viewpoint at an exhibit of oil paintings by Bruce Everett, on view at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles through Feb. 1. Everett’s paintings are often based on photos taken while flying in his ultralight aircraft. Studios on the Park is at 1130 Pine St. Go to studiosonthepark.org for more info.

—Trever Dias