The Pine Center for the Arts welcomes Stanton Zobel as June’s featured artist.
For most of his 40-year artistic career, Zobel has been a sculptor, drawing upon the environment and family for inspiration. Recently, Zobel began exploring new mediums. In early 2017, he took a drawing class and since then has been developing two-dimensional art in soft pastels, charcoal, watercolor, pen and ink. His June exhibit at the Pine Center for the Arts presents many of these recent two-dimensional works, as well as sculptures in wood.
The gallery will open on Friday, June 8 at the Pine Center for the Arts. A special ‘Art After Work’ reception will be held from 4-7 p.m. in the gallery space at 265 5th Street SE. The public is invited to this free event to drop by for wine and light appetizers and an opportunity to meet the artist.