City Hall Gallery features Hans d’Hollosy show

The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to present ”Recent Paintings,” an exhibition of work by artist Hans d’Hollosy. The show will run from June 2-30, 2018 with an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, June 8.
Born in 1953 and educated in The Hague, The Netherlands, and Eugene, d’Hollosy has lived and painted in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, California; New York City; and Eugene. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Fine Arts-Painting in 1976.
The reception is open to the community and will also feature light refreshments and live music by Frank Poloney. A jazz flautist and founder of the Jazz Flute Project, Poloney performs at the Eugene Saturday Market, Jazz Station and special events throughout the area.
Located on a 90-foot wall just outside the entrance to the Springfield Library, City Hall Gallery is seen by approximately 3,700 visitors each month. Since 1989, the gallery has featured monthly shows by regional artists chosen by the Springfield Arts Commission.
The Commission issues a public call to artists each year. More information is available on at springfieldartscommission.org.

About Springfield Arts Commission
The Springfield Arts Commission promotes artistic and cultural richness and diversity in the City of Springfield, Oregon and assists in the preservation of the cultural heritage of the community as expressed through artistic endeavors.
The Commission seeks to support opportunities for artistic creation, exhibits, performances and events, and to facilitate awareness, communication, education and collaboration to increase the accessibility of the arts and art-related resources in the community.
The nine-member volunteer Commission manages the City Hall Gallery; administers the Heritage Arts Grant program; maintains Art Alley, a collection of outdoor murals; and supports youth arts programs in collaboration with the Springfield Public Library.
The Commission is funded by City of Springfield room taxes. More information is available at springfieldartscommission.org.



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