Four Contemplations by Dale McEntire

McEntire asked to exhibit in Abstract Invitational Sept. 12

Published 3:00pm Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, located in the Harper Center for the Arts on the campus of Presbyterian College (PC) in Clinton, S.C., recently announced the “Abstract Invitational” exhibition, featuring artists from the piedmont area of North and South Carolina.

The exhibit opens with a reception for artists on Thursday, Sept. 12 from 5- 7 p.m. The public is invited.

Included in the exhibit is local painter and sculptor Dale McEntire of Saluda, as well as artists Daniel Bare, Martyn Bouskila, Felicia van Bork, Linda Hudgins, Robert Levin, Christopher Rico and Valerie Zimany.

Abstract art or non-objective art uses a visual language of form, shape, color, line, brush stroke and other applications to create an independent expression possibly inspired by visual references or an internal monologue. Abstract works can also be simply described as spontaneous and emotional expressions, free of any associations with meaning but purely an expression of the visual language through a given medium or media. 

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