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Haywood ‘Juried Artist Exhibit’

The Haywood County Arts Council is excited to announce an upcoming exhibition featuring original art from 12 local artists. 

The 2021 “Juried Artist Exhibit” will run through May 1. Each of the exhibiting artists went through an extensive jury process and are delighted to have their work in the gallery.

Artists included in this exhibit: Joan Bazzel, Mel Bennett, Linda Blount, Barbara Brook, Melba Cooper, Wendelyn Cordwell, Mary Decker, Peggy Duncan, Gayle Haynie, Alice Herring, Ilene Kay, Jo Ridge Kelley, Betsy Meyer, Deb Parmele, Amy Shahparast, Jennifer Sharkey, Debbie Skelly, Cheryl Summey, and Lisa Townsend. 

www.haywoodarts.org.

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