Several artists featured with reception Nov. 1
Wood – Fiber – Clay: Treasures From the Earth, an art exhibition showing the work of 23 artists, will open at the Howland Cultural Center on Saturday, Nov. 1, with a reception from 3 to 5 p.m.
The exhibition will hang through Nov. 30 with gallery hours every Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m., except on Sunday, Nov. 9, when the gallery is closed to the general public for the Howland Chamber Music Circle’s concert by Trio Cavatina at 4 p.m.
The five wood artists are John Incledon, Rose Quirk, Gerald Ryan, John Vergara and Arny Weinstein. Ten artists will exhibit fiber art: Shirley Botsford, Pearl Brown, Ronnie Brown, Alexa Ginsburg, Gwenno James, Karen Madden, Audrey Majzin, J. Jaye Vaughn, Catherine Winerman and Natalie Wilkinson. Clay in various forms will be shown by artists Pangea Jaeger, Lisa Knaus, Pat Lane, Elizabeth McDonald, Virginia Piazza, Kelly Preusser, Robyn Tauss and Shelby S. Werner.
For further information and/or directions, call 845-831-4988. The Howland Center is located at 477 Main St. in Beacon.
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