Ric Gendron's Gallery Show Stick Indians
The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center will host both new and retrospective works by artist Ric Gendron. Ric’s work serves as a visual diary. He paints every day, sometimes well into night, with his favorite music of the hour playing in the background. His pieces take their inspiration not only from the beat poets but also from sources as diverse as the artist R. Crumb (“Fritz the Cat”), the cartoons of Rocky and Bullwinkle, and the music of T-Bone Walker and John Coltrane. The title of the painting may come from the song that was playing while he painted, or even from the time of day that the painting was finished.
The opening reception introductory program with Ben Mitchell will be on November 16 from 5 - 9 p.m.