Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Less is More: A Little Potpourri of Art
A sampler of small works of art created by members of the Chatham Artists Guild are featured at the PAF Gallery of the NC Arts Incubator in Siler City, North Carolina. "This intimate gallery is a wonderful venue to enjoy the paintings, photography jewelry, sculpture and pottery created by our regionally and nationally known artists," says Maggie Zwilling, the Guild's Executive Director. "It is a nice little preview of what art-lovers will see at the 18th Annual Chatham Studio Tour December 4, 5 and 11, 12 2010"
The Chatham Artists Guild, a nonprofit member organization, provides educational opportunities for its members and the general public through exhibit opportunities, demonstrations, and teaching workshops. Our Guild is comprised of a variety of visual artists, many of whom are regionally and nationally recognized. We are the organization that produces the Chatham Studio Tour the first two weekends each December. The Chatham Studio Tour, founded in 1992, is one of the oldest in North Carolina, a prototype for other area studio tours, and a highly respected art venue. Since its inception, participation in the Studio Tour has grown from 32 artists to nearly 60 in recent years.
Caption: "Perfect mornin' for catchin' crawdads" by Forrest Greenslade