Corridor Art Space is getting ready for Steve Rimmer’s Sticks and Stones in January

Steve Rimmer’s “Sticks and Stones” to exhibit at the Corridor Art Space.

An exhibition by Steve Rimmer titled “Sticks and Stones” will be on display at the Corridor Art Space (located within the Westport office of Gould Evans) beginning Thursday, January 28 and closing Tuesday, March 9.

The exhibit consists of paintings that represent landscape informed more by practicality than sentimentality.  Tapestry aged and, in fact, enhanced by wind, water, heat and cold.  Surfaces formed and colored by elements and minerals breaking apart, settling, mixing and regenerating.  They are considerations of the platform, from which, all life forms begin and end their trips no matter how grand or humble.

Rimmer is a self taught artist; his formal education is in business. Through the years he has traveled and gained knowledge from visiting museums, galleries and exhibits with the constant passion of art always in his heart. At the age of 50 Steve enrolled in his first art class at the Kansas City Art Institute, he has flourished from there.

He is grateful to his friend and mentor, Mr. Robert Quackenbush who is a fellow artist and teacher. Mr. Quackenbush has assisted Steve in his art education and guidance over the past two years.

Opening reception to be held Thursday, January 28, 2010 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Open to the public.

For questions or to request a private showing, please contact Julie Hendrix at 816.931.6655 or julie.hendrix@gouldevans.com.

Corridor Art Space
Office of Gould Evans Associates
4041 Mill Street
Kansas City, MO   64111
(Located in Westport’s Manor Square building)

Celebrating 35 years in design, Gould Evans is a firm of nearly 150 professionals providing architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, planning, and graphic design services to clients worldwide. The firm has been recognized for its commitment to collaboration and excellence. The offices — in Kansas City, Lawrence, Phoenix, Tampa and San Francisco — operate as a network of affiliated organizations.  Each has its own strong local/regional identity and access to a talent pool that includes many nationally recognized thought leaders.

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