Wilderness-themed art on display in SylvaWritten by Admin
A collection of Catherine Stinson Yellowroot’s paintings titled “Return to the Wild” will be on display during the month of November at The Wilderness Society’s southeastern regional office in Sylva.
An opening reception for the exhibit will take place from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, at 563 West Main Street, Sylva. This reception coincides with Sylva After Dark, a first Friday celebration where the public is invited to stroll through downtown Sylva for an evening of arts, dining, music, shopping, and more.
Yellowroot’s artwork reflects her intimate relationship with nature. Roaming the woods and waterways of the Appalachian mountains, piedmont, and coastal islands of the Southeast, she communes with the subjects of her paintings.
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