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Railwalk exhibit reception Friday: Through Artist’s Eyes

By Pat Legg

Rail Walk Gallery is inviting you to join eight artists as you view their latest art exhibit Through Artist’s Eyes. During the year these local fine artists work diligently to provide a new and exciting exhibit that changes every month or two and includes an occasional “invited” gallery exhibit.

Recently Rail Walk Studios and Gallery celebrated its 10th anniversary. For those who have not walked through our front Common Gallery and down the aisles of wall to wall artwork, you would be in for a fine experience.

The renovated warehouse now represents eight individual working artists . It is open, free to the public and you may find that perfect piece of artwork to fit in that blank space over the fireplace. While walking down the halls, you will notice that each visual artist / basket designer has a unique type of work, a different style, a one of a kind special piece ,an array of colors and varied sizes and prices to suit everyone.

Presently the artists have all participated in presenting to you “Through Artists’ Eyes. It is open to the public at this time now  through Feb. 25.

You are invited to come meet the artists at our reception on Friday , Feb. 17 from 5-7 p.m. We will have refreshments and finger food for your enjoyment as you browse the gallery and chat with the artists.

Gallery hours are each Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

By the way, come hang with us and then end your evening with a visit to the newest addition next to us, Rail Walk Morgan Ridge Brewery .

Rail Walk Studios and Gallery is located  at 409-413 N. Lee St. Visit www.railwalkstudios.com  or call 704-469-2781 to learn more.

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