“Healing Rain” may be the last exhibit for Kerf International Exhibits. According to curator David Felker, the noncommercial gallery has moved from unleased space to unleased space within Wallingford Center for the last eight years, and lease negotiations are pending.
“It’s a unique circumstance there,” he said. “We have, right now, the largest space in the building for exhibition space — we’re fortunate to do that.”
The gallery displays local, international and children’s artwork that hasn’t been shown before.
The current show, which closes Jan. 3, features large-scale work by local artists: painter/photographer Anthony Huss, fabric artists Deborah Barnes and Beverly Naidus and assemblage artist Don Metke.
Kerf International Exhibits, Wallingford Center, 1815 N. 45th St., second floor. kerfinternationalexhibits. blogspot.com— Vera M. Chan-Pool