Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not try something nonsensical? The Nonsensical Exhibition at The Loft Fine Art is running Aug. 12 – 26 with an opening reception is tonight. The curated show will feature work from 26 local artists.
Located at 81 Macomb Place in Mount Clemens, The Loft is a gallery that sells original paintings, limited-edition prints, sculptures and more. With rotating artwork and exhibitions, there is always something new to discover here.
When the gallery started to plan their Nonsensical Exhibition, a call went out to area artists to submit artwork that would fit under this curious theme. The results were submissions ranging from silly to deep. Mixed media, oil and acrylic paintings; three-dimensional pieces; and photography will be on display. Gallery staff described all of the selected work as very strong.
Whether you’re intrigued by the Nonsensical Exhibition, are interested in the local art scene or simply want to enjoy good company with others, stop by the opening reception from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12. In addition to great artwork, there will also be free hors d’oeuvres and wine. Deborah Benedic, marketing director at The Loft, will give a special dance performance. And the best part? If you fall in love with a piece or art, you have the opportunity to buy it for your own personal collection.
More artwork is available for purchase online at TheLoftFineArt.com.
Caitlin Gerds-Habermas works for the Macomb County Department of Planning & Economic Development, often providing content for the Make Macomb Your Home website.