Exhibits

August 1 -31, 2014

Listening to the Silence: Works by Bill Berryman.  Admission is free.

Bill Berryman is a native of Winchester, KY. He draws and paints subjects he knows and loves most in a realistic, representational manner. His series of works entitled, Listening to the Silence, is inspired by visits to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. The title of the series is taken from a comment Thomas Merton made after his own visit to the Village. Berryman’s works tell a story and bring the viewer into the realm of the piece. Included in the exhibit are drawings and watercolors featuring portraits, figures, architectural building and design elements.

 

November 7 – December 6, 2014

And This Above All Things, Open to all Artists!  Opening Reception at the Arts Council Studio & Gallery, Nov 7, 6:30PM – 8:00PM.  Admission is free.  

This juried exhibit is inspired from words scripted in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.  The challenge is to create a piece of art in any medium that demonstrates what those words mean to you.  Are you up to the challenge? Artists interested in participating in And This Above All Things should submit their work no later than Oct 1. Entry fees are $10 for the first work and $5 for each additional piece to be considered. Limit 4 entries. Monetary prizes will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.