Flow is a gallery owned, operated and curated by artists, offering for sale the best of local and regional crafted objects and arts, traditional and contemporary.
"Explorer. Artist. Photographer. Educator. Writer. Swashbuckling World Traveler. Photography has been my primary creative language since I was 16 and I've been blessed to earned a living as a photographer for the past 30 years. The world of images and stories has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My love of travel took me around the world in 2013 and 40,000 miles across the America in 2015-16.
"I have been involved with texture and fabric since making her first apron (too many) years ago. As a teenager, my goals were to have a law practice, a designer clothes store and a restaurant, as I enjoyed sewing and cooking and envisioned putting the bad guys away. As a stress reliever for the confrontational aspect of the practice of law, I discovered quilting.
Nan Sherry -- Painting
Flow is thrilled to announce its newest exhibit “Face to Face: A Portrait Collective” by Nan Sherry. The show, which features two dozen familiar Marshall faces, will run from August 24 to September 29. An opening reception will be held on Friday, August 24 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Nan Sherry incorporates the spirit of community into this debut exhibit that represents her art as well as the story of how each of us ended up in Marshall. She describes Marshall as resilient, kind, without borders, and extremely artful. Many here call that magnetism the “Marshall vortex.” Sherry says, Face to Face represents the spirit of some of our Marshall family and the thread that weaves through this vibrant place.”