Local professor visits art gallery in Langley


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Local professor Phyllis Puffer points out her favorite piece of artwork on display at the Langley Art Museum.


LANGLEY – The latest local avid viewer of art works is Phyllis Puffer, Ph.D., of Big Sandy Technical and Community College (BSCTC). One of her favorites is from the series entitled “Spatial Odyssey” on display at the art gallery in Langley. She especially zeroed in on the painting because of the geometric shapes appearing to float into deepest space. Puffer said that she is particularly drawn to geometric forms. The medium for the works on display is transparent watercolor or as the medium is known, Aquarelle. It is easy to become an avid viewer of art by visiting the gallery.

The art gallery in Langley has been open since October of 2015. It continues to be open to the public on Sunday afternoons from 1 to 4 p.m.

Currently on display are Aquarelle paintings and Earthenware pottery. The artists featured are D. V. Combs of Harold and Angela Combs Baseman of Jenkintown, Pa.

A new exhibition is scheduled to open in October of this year. Guest artists are welcome to show their work in the gallery. For more information, call 606-478-3325. T. A. Combs is the director of the art gallery in Langley, which is located at 297 Johns Branch Road in the former Combs Engineering office building.

Local professor Phyllis Puffer points out her favorite piece of artwork on display at the Langley Art Museum.
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