Roz Inga exhibit opening April 2

More than 20 paintings by Roz Inga will be on display at the Yakima Light Project Gallery from April 2 through June 6.

photo courtesy of Yakima Light Project Gallery
More than 20 paintings by Roz Inga will be on display at the Yakima Light Project Gallery from April 2 through June 6.



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Roz Inga uses letters and words to form the basis of her paintings. The words in the foundation of the paintings form a poem, although not visible to the naked eye, and are an embedded prayer, according to the artist.

YAKIMA – Yakima Light Project Gallery will host an opening reception for its newest exhibit, “Roz Inga, Don’t Dim Your Light,” on Thursday, April 2.

The exhibit, to be displayed through June 6, features the paintings of Roz Inga.

The reception and exhibit is free and open to the public at the gallery in the east wing of the Seasons Performance Hall in Yakima.

Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m., or by appointment.

“Roz Inga, Don’t Dim Your Light” is an exhibit of emotive works to inspire the unique light in others. It is the first solo, female exhibition for the gallery since its opening last year.

More than 20 of Inga’s works will be displayed.

Inga is a third generation artist, who wrote her first novel at the age of 12. She was born on a hop ranch in Washington, and has lived in South Africa, Portland and Cannon Beach, Ore., and Seattle.

Her work has been displayed at Airfield Estates Winery in Prosser, as well as a number of wineries, galleries and restaurants in Washington state and Rockland, Maine.



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