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Friday, March 1, 2013

Class Acts--Earth, Wind & Fire, Spring Show

The exhibition “Class Acts--Earth Wind and Fire” will open with a reception on Sunday March 10, 2013 at the Renaissance Gallery.  The exhibit features the work of Leona Mackey, Vernon Howell and Rabert Fulks – each a retired local art instructor, and each an award winning artist producing unique and original work.

Pieces by these exceptional, local artists are consistently found in open or juried shows in the Tri-State region and in the State of West Virginia. One or two pieces in such a show however, often leave the viewer wishing for more. This exhibit offers the opportunity for a broader view of their work either over time or through the use of a variety of media.  

During the exhibit, the artists are scheduling specific time for demonstration, description of their creative process or discussion of specific works, their conception and meaning to the artist.

“Earth Wind and Fire – Class Acts” exhibit will run for six weeks, until Sunday April 21, 2013. In addition to the new exhibit, the Gallery will be showcasing the completion of the second phase of its update and remodeling project.


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