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Wednesday, 01 December 2010 20:58

Celebrate Christmas at Waynesville’s Art After Dark Dec. 3

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Waynesville Gallery Association presents Art After Dark from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3, 2010 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Take a stroll through working studios and galleries on Main Street, Depot Street and in Frog Level. Festive flags identify participating galleries such as: Art on Depot; Blue Owl Studio and Gallery; Burr Studio and Gallery; Earthworks Gallery; Grace Cathey Sculpture Garden and Gallery; Haywood County Arts Council’s Gallery 86; Ridge Runner Naturals; Textures; The Jeweler’s Workbench; TPennington Art Gallery; and, Twigs and Leaves Gallery.

Burr Studio is hosting an opening reception with artist Courtney Tomchik and her raku storytellers, mirrors and other items to purchase just in time for holiday gift-giving.

Textures will be having a beer tasting with the Frog Level Brewing Company during December’s Art After Dark. Enjoy soft pretzels and other Holiday treats from “It’s Simply Delicious” while listening to music by Karen “Sugar” Barnes.

Visit Twigs and Leaves Gallery — named “Haywood County’s Best Gallery” by Mountain Xpress for the second year in a row. Enjoy music by the Signature Winds, Haywood County’s resident woodwind quintet, along with piano accompaniment for seasonal favorites.

The Waynesville Gallery Association’s Art After Dark takes place on the first Friday each month May through December 2010. For more information about Art After Dark visit the web site at www.waynesvillegalleryassociation.com or call 828.452.9284.

 

Art After Dark

What: The Waynesville Gallery Association presents December Art After Dark

When: Friday, December 3, 2010 from 6 – 9 pm

Where: Downtown, Historic Frog Level, and Depot Street in Waynesville

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