Join us for
Full Moon Gallery Gifts Galore Open House
New Works by FMG Members
Guest Artist Cody Thornton,CSI Welding Instructor
Author and Illustrator by Bev Stone
Free and Open to the Public!
Enjoy Beautiful Art,Great Music by Greg and Rita and Stan and Delightful Conversation!
Full Moon Gallery, is located on the Second Floor
Twin Falls Center for the Arts,
195 River Vista Place
Full Moon Gallery Members are:
Iris Boyd, Joyce DeFord, Paula Dodd, Rosi Eckert, Neva Edwards, Gerilyn Fuestel, Gloria Hann, David Horaleck, Rick Kuhn, Roy Mason, Sandy Mellblom, Barbara Michener, Jan Mittleider, Rick Otto, Colletta Poynter, Paula Brown Sinclair, Leon Smith, Bud Starr, Bev Stone and Sandy Wapinsky .
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Full Moon Gallery, please call the Magic Valley Arts Council at 734-ARTS (2787).
GLORIA VAUGHN HANN
Born in St. Louis, MO., Gloria attended many schools but graduated from Buhl High School. She started painting in 1956, studying design, with emphasis on color and composition. She attended two summers of outdoor workshops with Mary Kirkwood at the University of Idaho. She attended the College of Southern Idaho with a focus on art history and enjoyed design, oil and watercolor painting, pottery and creative writing.
She exhibited in the First Invitational of local artists at CSI around 1966.
Hann is a member of the Magic Valley Watercolor Society, Art Guild of Magic Valley and a charter member of the Snake River Weavers’ Guild.
“While I take the craft of my endeavors of my paintings seriously, I try not to take myself too seriously,” says Hann.
Her strive for continual learning and technique development is evident in her works on display at the Full Moon Gallery and inside The Gallery. She calls herself a “closet writer” of poetry and prose and hopes someday to put her thoughts into a book.
Franklin Building Supply is committed to supporting local businesses. Demonstrating that commitment, the Full Moon Gallery is now showcasing select works at the Twin Falls Franklin Building Supply, located at 1390 Highland Ave. E., (208)733-5571.
The Full Moon Gallery is please to work with such a successful local company in bringing art into the lives of more people.
If you have an opportunity to visit Franklin Building Supply, please stop in to enjoy the art.