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Tryon Painters and Sculptors Style of No Style opening reception

Tryon Painters & Sculptors (TPS) is excited to host an opening reception for the “Style of No Style” Member’s show! Be sure to stop in on May 25th to view over 100 sublime works submitted by TPS members for this show. Can’t make it Saturday? Stop in during Tryon’s Fourth Friday, on May 24thSee vibrant abstracts, beautiful landscapes, intricate drawings, and even cartoon characters. Chat with artists and patrons of the arts, and enjoy light refreshments from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. both evenings 

 

TPS “The Style of No Style” show demonstrates the diversity of thought and creativity that are produced when artists, from beginners to the highly acclaimedstep up to a challenge. Members were asked to present something that demonstrated their ability to break boundaries, or work in a style or medium that was new to them. In this type of show, even beginners can enjoy and learn from showing and selling their art in a beautiful gallery space. The styles and mediums range from realistic to abstract, and subject matter was left open to the artist’s imagination. 

 

The theme, “Style of No Style” comes from line in a Bruce Lee movie, where he was asked what style he fought with. His response was that he had the style of no style. The idea is to adapt, rise above limitations, and experience creative ‘flow’. There is sure to be something to please every artistic taste, and the works are affordably priced. You could end up with a piece created by the next rising star in the art world! Opening receptions at TPS are fun for anyone who loves art, and are a great place for art lovers, emerging artists and veterans alike to find inspiration, network and build friendships. Don’t miss out! 

 

The Style of No Style show will continue through July 20, 2019 at the TPS Gallery, located at 78 N. Trade Street in downtown Tryon. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. While at the gallery, you can visit the Gift Shop, which features the work of over 50 local and regional artists. 

    

For additional information visit www.tryonpaintersandsculptors.com.  

 

Submitted by Robin Turner