• 55°

‘Anything Goes’ exhibit reception Friday at Rail Walk Studios & Gallery

The artists of Rail Walk Studios & Gallery are hosting a reception for their group exhibit, “Anything Goes” on Friday, April 27 in the gallery at 409-413 N. Lee St. The free event, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., is open to the public. The exhibit ends Saturday, April 28 at 4 p.m.

Glen Yost

“Anything Goes” was so named because participating artists were invited to exhibit work of no prescribed medium, subject, genre or size. The resulting exhibit is a comprehensive view of the talents which are abundant at Rail Walk Studios & Gallery. Adding to the fun, they have invited the public to participate in creating art in the main gallery during the exhibit where they have set up easels and provided canvases, brushes and paint. Visitors of all ages have enjoyed adding their creativity to the community group pieces which will be given as door prizes at the reception.

Artists participating in the exhibit are: June Battle – oil paintings, Patty Crocker – ceramics, Sharon Forthofer – oil paintings, Keyth Kahrs – acrylic paintings, Kenneth Koskela – oil paintings, Tatyana Shurtz – oil paintings, Marietta Smith – watercolors, Pamela Sofley – weavings and gourds, and Glen Yost – watercolors.

The gallery is open to the public Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 11 a.m. -4 p.m. and by appointment. For more information call 704-469-2781 or visit www.railwalkgallery.com

About Post Lifestyles

Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalPostLifestyle/ and Twitter @postlifestlyes for more content

email author More by Post

Comments

Business

Umami Downtown aims to bring bold flavors to Main Street

Education

RSS Board of Education discusses latest draft of school justice partnership

China Grove

Touting experience, Don Bringle looks to retain seat on China Grove Town Council

Crime

Jury selection begins in trial of man charged with killing father

High School

High school football: Freeman a surprise weapon for Hornets

News

North Carolina’s $25 reward helped boost COVID vaccinations

BREAKING NEWS

RSS makes masks optional, plans to revisit decision in November

Elections

Rowan, Cabarrus, Stanly GOP host U.S. Senate forum in Gold Hill for registered Republicans only

Crime

Juvenile shot Saturday expected to make full recovery

Crime

Blotter: Homeless man jailed after throwing rocks through woman’s front door

Local

Political Notebook: Rowan County elections supervisor speaks out after debate to replace him

Crime

Blotter: Kannapolis man charged with involuntary manslaughter

Ask Us

Ask Us: What are current enrollment numbers for Rowan-Salisbury Schools?

News

Airplane makes emergency landing at Raleigh-Durham Airport

News

Race-blind redistricting? Democrats incredulous at GOP maps

Local

‘Stories behind these squares’: Town of Cleveland unveils country’s barn quilt mural, trail

Local

Mayoral candidates Alexander, Heggins discuss ‘Fame,’ protesting, pandemic

Education

Supporters of former Knox assistant principal speak up after resignation

Local

Volunteers focus on South Ellis Street for 11th annual BlockWork program

Education

Accounting firm to present annual school district audit report Monday

Lifestyle

Rowan Rockhounds Composite Youth Mountain Bike Team meetings set

Faith

Faith briefs: Barbecue fundraiser, harvest festival set for Nov. 6

Business

A hidden gem on Highway 29, Fusion Salon celebrates more than 15 years in business

Education

Walser honored by Smart Start Rowan