Had there been just the above it would have been a great show. But there was more. So much more. The works shown ranged from photograph, to charcoals, to oils, inks, water colors and collage. It was a real panorama of our local talent and DCCAH members. All the works were for sale at more than reasonable prices. Not only these works of art but door prizes were given, too.
Some of the prizes given were a digital camera, fifty dollar gift certificates to Hobby Lobby and Olive Garden, an adorable study of a chameleon that the Artful Blogger lusted after with all her teeny-tiny, red and beating heart and a lovely wine bottle and glasses hand-painted by Gaynelle Mixon. All that and wonderful hor d’ oeuvres (a fancy French term for snacks) and beverages (leaded and unleaded) served as well. Well, I put it to you that DCCAH loves its members.
If you weren’t able to make it to this extravaganza the next exhibit is the DCCAH Back to Nature show which has its reception on April 23rd with the show running from that date through May 21st. If you are an artist interested in entering your nature themed art for that exhibit, the art take in days for that show are April 16th and 18th, it is not necessary to be a member to enter your art. For more information on this and upcoming shows let your fingers do the walking to ruddartcenter.org. Support your local artists or better yet purchase a membership and explore your inner artist….new classes form frequently. Oh, and rumor has it that Mick Jagger will make an appearance at the next show.
~ The Artful Blogger