(Watercolor: Golden Pear, by Sarah Bolduc)
Parsons-Bruce Art Association is pleased to feature the Clarksville Artisans Guild in a 3-month exhibit in the Robert F. Cage Gallery at the Prizery in South Boston. Opening day of the exhibit is set for Sunday, June 4 at 3:00 pm.
Seven members of the Clarksville Artisans Guild will exhibit diverse art styles in oil, acrylic, collage and mixed media paintings as well as a variety of sculpture, pottery, decorative gourds, stained glass, weavings, wood turnings and more.
Featured artists include: Sarah Bolduc, Helen Massingill, Willard “Moose” Yeates, Dot Tarleton, Carolyn Elliott, George Reebals and Lindie Watkins.
The Clarksville Artisans Guild was founded in 2013 by Clarksville residents Jean Crowe, Lynn Worth-Smith, Hallie Farber and Terry Sexton. Their love for community and art was the Guild’s guiding light. Today the Guild has a very active membership of over twenty members who have enhanced the arts and cultural venues in Mecklenburg County and the surrounding area.
The Clarksville Artisans Guild is thrilled to be featured artists for Parsons-Bruce Art Association’s summer exhibit. The artists plan a wonderful display of art for the individual home and office.
The public is invited to an opening reception for the Clarksville Artisans Sunday, June 4 from 3 pm until 5 pm in the Robert F. Cage Gallery at the Prizery in South Boston.
The exhibit will be open for viewing and purchasing during the Prizery’s regular operating hours from June 4 until August 17.
Sunday, June 4 from 3:00-5:00 p.m.