Losacker art at Gayville Gallery The Gayville Gallery in Gayville features wall sculptures and drawings by Nancy Losacker of Vermillion through October.
"Nancy's work is fun. It's to be enjoyed," said gallery proprietor Doug Sharples. "It's influenced by primitive art and is elemental, and I don't think that there is anyone anyplace in the United States doing anything like it."
Losacker was born and raised in Aberdeen and attended The University of South Dakota. She has exhibited in galleries from Washington, DC, to San Francisco.
Her works are in the permanent collections of the South Dakota Art Museum, the Washington Pavilion Visual Arts Center, The University of South Dakota and other institutions.
A reception for the artist will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday prior to the 8 p.m. concert of Beatles songs by Bill Lauf and Jim Groth at the adjacent Gayville Hall.
The Gayville Gallery is located at 502 Washington Street. It is open prior to Gayville Hall concerts and by appointment. Call 605-267-2859.