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Salisbury Business Center to host plein air exhibition and opening reception

Barbara Garwood

Salisbury Business Center welcomes the Plein Air Carolina artists’ exhibition “Into the Open.”
The opening reception is Friday, March 2 from 5-8 p.m. featuring music by Dirty Cosmic (Jay Corriher and Daniel Arthur Gurley). Refreshments and light fare will be served.

The exhibition is free and will be open to the public March 1-May 25, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sharon Forthofer

The exhibit features original works by:

Carolyn Blackman
Barbara Garwood
Barbara Duffy
Sharon Forthofer
Phyllis Steimel
Beth Taft
Rebecca Little
Joyce Cavanagh- Wood
Doris Trexler

Plein Air Carolina is an organization of amateur and professional painters based in Salisbury. Plein Air literally translates to ‘painting in the open air.’ Artists paint in a variety of locations, with the security of working together and enjoying the companionship of fellow painters. It is an opportunity for all members to grow professionally. Membership is open to all interested painters; artists need not have ‘plein air’ experience to be members.
See www.pleinaircarolina.com to learn more.

‘Into the Open’ is part of the ongoing Salisbury Business Center Art Partnerships Gallery Exhibits Program, wherein gallery space is provided to local artists in an effort promote area artists and to increase art appreciation within the community.
Artists interested in exhibiting their work for future exhibitions at the Salisbury Business Center should send photos and contact information to receptionist@integro-tech.com or 704-209-4589.

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