This solo exhibition by national award-winning artist Alice Kelsey represents a year-long quest with varied art materials to capture the imagery and mystery at a single site- a central Pennsylvania spring-fed pond. More than fifteen colorful and expressive paintings, drawings and monotypes will be shown, welcoming visitors to immerse in imagery of water lilies, iris, and reflections, and explore ways in which the textures and surface qualities of different artist’s materials affect the look and feel of artwork. The show uniquely highlights the expressive qualities of a wide range of media (oil, pastel, gouache, monotype, silverpoint, acrylic, pen, and graphite) and supports (linen, canvas, wood panel, and several kinds of paper). The artist wrote a book about the artwork and media used in the exhibit, and will offer gallery talks and book signing events. Admission is free and open to the public, and the artwork and book are available for purchase. Reception: Sunday, May 7, noon - 4:30 pm Gallery Talks: Saturday, May 6 (1 - 2 pm) and Sunday, May 21 (2 - 3 pm) Book-Signing Events: Saturday, May 6 (2 - 3 pm) and Sunday, May 14 (2 - 3 pm) Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, noon - 4:30 pm.