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‘The Color of Motion’ Art exhibit at the Salisbury Business Center

Opening reception Friday, 6-8 p.m.
Live harp music provided by Alicia Strange

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The Salisbury Business Center, 301 S. Main St., is hosting a new art exhibition featuring original art by local artists Abigail Young, Emery Partee and Bruce White.

Bruce White: Bruce White’s gallery and studio can be found at Wild Mountain Designs and Art in Farmington. Bruce has traveled extensively, finding beauty in landscapes and fueling his passion for freestyle painting, saying, “My wish is that my paintings bring you as much joy as I felt viewing nature. To me, landscapes make a room feel larger and the air seem fresher.”

Abigail Young: Best known for her culinary artistry at Abigail’s – a cake affair in downtown Salisbury, Young also has a way with paint brush and canvas, bringing life and light to each piece of work. Florals bloom off the canvas – dancers swirl into the room . . . each piece alive with color and expression. Her cakes are well-known works of art . . . but she says, “Sometimes I paint actual canvases.” Of course!

Emery J. Partee IV: Emery’s art is perhaps the most diversified we’ve seen from a local artist: Watercolor, acrylic, oils, pastels . . . you name it! Landscapes, buildings, bridges and dancers . .. each with detail and clarity. Emery has been practicing his art for years . . . and it shows!

The exhibit, ‘The Color of Motion’, will run May 10–July 26 at the Salisbury Business Center, 301 S. Main St. Free and open to the public 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.

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