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Wednesday, 01 June 2011 18:37

Waynesville’s Art After Dark is June 3

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The Waynesville Gallery Association will present Art After Dark  from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, June 3.

Art After Dark takes place the first Friday of each month, May through December. Enjoy a stroll through working studios and galleries on Main Street, Depot Street and in Historic Frog Level.

Festive Art After Dark flags denote participating galleries like Burr Studio and Gallery, Earthworks Frame Shop, Earthworks Gallery, Gallery Two Six Two, Grace Cathey Sculpture Garden and Gallery, Haywood County Arts Council’s Gallery 86, Jeweler’s Workbench, Textures, TPennington Art Gallery, and Twigs and Leaves Gallery. Multi-instrumentalist Michael Pilgrim will provide musical entertainment during the evening as he strolls Main Street.

Haywood County Arts Council’s Gallery 86 is hosting an artist reception during Art After Dark for its Appalachian Heritage exhibition which includes pottery, quilting, gunsmithing, sculpture, and baskets.

Visit TPennington Art Gallery to see a new release entitled “Peaks of Otter Dogwood - Blue Ridge Parkway.” The work is part of a new series called “Fences along the Parkway.” Artist Teresa Pennington will be offering a special discount to June Art After Dark patrons.

Twigs and Leaves Gallery will be featuring wood carver Mark Strom, who will be demonstrating the age old art of carving wood panels into works of nature. Years of working with clay combined with his love of nature are responsible for the elegantly simple, strong and straightforward wood carvings that he now produces.

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