Alexandra Edmonds

Painting and sculpture

Alexandra Edmonds, left, and Lynden Beesley show some of the works in their exhibit, Deifying the Diva, which opened on Aug. 15.

Alexandra Edmonds, left, and Lynden Beesley show some of the works in their exhibit, Deifying the Diva, which opened on Aug. 15 at the Summerland Art Gallery.

The exhibit continues until Sept. 28. Edmonds’ portraits illustrate characters of ancient Greek mythology, asking what these goddesses would look like if they were modern women. Beesley’s powder coated steel figures and bronze masks create protectresses.

The show can be seen at the gallery Tuesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

 

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