The exhibition, titled “Colors and Creativity,” runs through May 17. The show and reception are open to the public.
Artists displaying their work are:
Ann Bonner of Walkertown paints large oil paintings and mixed media works that focus on the spiritual aspects of art.
Ken Bridle of Walnut Cove paints watercolors that focus on the natural world and the environment.
Joanna Britt of Winston-Salem exhibits traditional landscapes created with colorful acrylics.
Eric Casaburro of Matthews displays colorful photography of waterfalls, rocks, trees and forests.
Bill Clubb of Jamestown displays photographic images of landscapes and still lifes in both black and white and color photography.
Bill Crowder of Greensboro paints seascapes and landscapes in both acrylics and watercolor.
Mariana Pardy of Jamestown exhibits clay pieces that combine naive designs with contemporary pottery techniques.
Craig Richards of Winston-Salem creates rural landscapes and scenery in oils.
Jessica Stalvey of Thomasville uses portraiture to display etchings and oil paintings with a personal connection to
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