PHES Gallery unveils its newest exhibition, Impermanence, in Carlsbad, CA. The show highlights the work of four featured artists; Andres Amador; a Northern California landscape artist, Michelle Kurtis Cole; glass sculptor, Wendy Maruyama; woodworker, educator, furniture maker, and designer and Kathi McCord; printmaker, illustrator, and a professor of art and film. Each artist will express, through varying mediums, their personal interpretation of what Impermanence means to them.
“I have curated this art show based on the beauty and pain we see in the world. Four amazing artists have
created works reflecting life’s transitory nature,” said Ellen Speert, co owner of PHES Gallery and curator of
Impermanence. She recalls the words of philosopher Francis Bacon, “We have only this moment, sparkling like
a star in our hand and melting like a snowflake.”