Sharon Tetly finds her soul through her art. This summer, the Western Nevada College Art Professor shares a part of her self in an exhibit.
"Soul Music" is a series of large, abstract print assemblages that are several feet tall and hang as if suspended in the air along the walls of the College Gallery and Atrium Gallery. The leafy, angular shapes change with every angle of view, and seem as if they are interlocking parts of a puzzle, or perhaps dancers in the sky.
"I find it hard to explain," Tetly said, "except to say that I have to do it and it reflects feelings for which I have no words, and questions for which I have no answers and perhaps never will, and that it is endlessly intriguing to create."
The exhibit is located in the Bristlecone Building and is open weekdays, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m., and Saturdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.