For The Madera Tribune
Dilesh Luhar stands in front of his artwork, Extreme Noodle Doodles.
Two new exhibitions are on display at the Madera County Arts Council’s Circle Gallery.
“Faces” is an exhibition for which artists portray their loved ones, interesting characters, animals, flowers, or anything else that can be interpreted as having a “face” in a wide variety of styles and media. “Fracture” is an exhibition, presented by Yosemite Western Artists, that gives great latitude to imagination and interpretation by mountain-area artists.
Circle Gallery is located at 424 N. Gateway Drive; the public is welcome, and admission is free.
The current show will be on display until April 26.
After-school programs are also available.
For more information, phone Executive Director Rochelle Noblett at 661-7005.
The gallery’s regular hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.