2007-01-26 / Community

RAA 'Flowers'Bloom To Packed House

Intriguing art, good company, music and refreshments come together as artists and onlookers enjoy the afternoon. Intriguing art, good company, music and refreshments come together as artists and onlookers enjoy the afternoon. The Rockaway Artists Alliance's latest exhibit at the sTudio 6 gallery in Ft. Tilden was met with maximum-capacity crowds who were excited to view "Where Flowers Bloom In Winter."

The opening reception, held on Sunday, January 21, featured musical entertainment by guitarist and guitar maker TK Kearney, refreshments, and an introduction of the artists, with more than a dozen of whom were on hand. An exciting raffle for Martha Killian's framed watercolor, "Hawaiian Flowers," continues on through the exhibition, with the winner to be announced on the last day, February 18.

"We were so glad so many people came out and enjoyed themselves," said an RAA spokesperson at the standing room only event. "It was great. We'd like to invite them back every weekend."

Photographer Arianna Rose takes a closer look at Janet Dever's watercolor, "Bottoms Up." Photographer Arianna Rose takes a closer look at Janet Dever's watercolor, "Bottoms Up." The Rockaway Artists Alliance hosts a full house. The Rockaway Artists Alliance hosts a full house. Gallery-goers mix and mingle while viewing the artwork. Gallery-goers mix and mingle while viewing the artwork. Pictured: Renee Radenberg stands by her sculpture at the exhibition. Pictured: Renee Radenberg stands by her sculpture at the exhibition. TK Kearney shows off his strumming and finger-picking skills for gallery guests. TK Kearney shows off his strumming and finger-picking skills for gallery guests. Painter Colleen Lonergan is pictured with her work, "Back Yard." Painter Colleen Lonergan is pictured with her work, "Back Yard."

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