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Tryon Gallery Trot ‘Family Fun Night’ June 8

Published 6:20pm Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Some other highlights of the June 8 Trot will include:

Skyuka Fine Art is pleased to announce their next exhibit “Objective Beauty,” featuring the recent works of nationally known Greensboro artist Cecelia Cox. Cox is an accomplished artist who creates works of painterly realism. Originally having extensive experience in portraiture and figurative art, she is now most known for her evocative still lives. Cox will be present to answer any questions and to discuss her work.

TFAC will host a display of oil paintings produced by high school students in the class taught this year by artist Margaret Curtis. This will be the final night of the exhibit from the class in oil painting. Students and their parents interested in working with Curtis are encouraged to come ask questions of the teacher during the Trot and enjoy light refreshments.

Vines & Stuff-Gifts for All Ages, will be showcasing work by local Tryon woodworker, Jim Mellberg.  Stop by to see his exquisite hand-turned wood bowls, many of which are made from local woods.

The Upstairs Artspace will have two ongoing shows during the Trot; “Mountain Sculptors” and “The Nature of Abstraction,” painting by Carol Beth Icard.

Ferullo Fine Art Studio will be featuring colorful new watercolors by Pat based on the beautiful spring flowers we have been surrounded with this year, and a series of bright new paintings by Dom. A number of paintings, collages and sculptures will be reduced in price to make room for the new work. Italian inspired refreshments will be served.

Fifteen businesses and organizations participate in the Trots, and many other shops open their doors for a full downtown Tryon experience. Join us as we’ll make you feel right at home for this family friendly arts-centered event. Find Tryon Gallery Trot on Facebook or email info@skyukafineart.com for more information.

– article submitted by Kim Nelson

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