Exhibition Openening, Wine Tasting & Gallery Stroll June 13th 4-6pm
Part of the Art Coast of Michigan Summer Gallery Stroll
the state of being thick, sticky, and semifluid in consistency, due to internal friction.
If you asks a chemist, they will tell you that a wine’s viscosity refers to its liquid consistency. The higher the level of sugars and alcohol, the higher the wine’s internal friction will be, this viscosity allows the wine to cling to the glass as we swirl and then it surrounds the palate in a way that is palpable. It lingers on our tongue as we savor the experience. We all know how to observe the color of wine in our glass and most have swirled a glass and inhaled the layers of scent that lead the palate with thoughts of stones, berries, chocolate or vanilla. There is, however, something more... if you ask a connoisseur, or a lover of wine, they will tell you that viscosity is the lovely sense that allows you to FEEL the wine. This month we present art from a group of highly talented artists who have found that SOMETHING MORE. Debra Reid Jenkins, Laurie Tennent, Nina Weiss and Rein Vanderhill each touch that additional sense that allows us to feel and experience rather than just view.
On June 13th from 4-6pm J. Petter Galleries will host our first exhibition opening and gallery stroll of the season in correlation with the Art Coast of Michigan Summer Gallery Stroll featuring the works of Nina Weiss, Laurie Tennent, Debra Reid-Jenkins & Rein Vanderhill
J Petter Galleries
161 N. Bluestar Hwy
Douglas, Michigan 49406