Thursday, February 20, 2014
Works of art by members of the Goose Creek Artists Guild is on exhibit at the North Charleston City Gallery through Feb. 28.
The Guild, founded in 1982, will present its 31st Annual Judged Show featuring two-dimensional works in a variety of subjects and mediums.Comprised of artists from Berkeley, Dorchester, and Charleston counties, members from all levels of expertise express their talents in oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, drawing, and mixed media.
Ribbons for Best of Show as well as first, second, and third place in multiple categories will be awarded by guest juror, Mercedes da Silva.
Da Silva is a juried member and on the board of directors for the Charleston Artist Guild and has taught Art and Spanish and Northwoods Academy for 15 years.
The Goose Creek Artists Guild meets monthly for live demonstrations and business to further its purpose “to bring together a group of artists interested in self-improvement, public recognition, and the promotion of the arts in the community.”
For more information, contact the Guild President, Muriel Lanciault, at 486-6328.
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