The Randolph County Community Arts Center will kick off its Member's Art Exhibit today at 5 p.m. with an open house and reception.
The exhibit is slated to run through June 27, and will be open from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays.
Kurt Barkley, new executive director of the Randolph County Community Arts Center, said he would like to invite everyone to stop by and enjoy the art.
The Inter-Mountain photo by Beth Christian Broschart
The Randolph County Community Arts Center is featuring its Member’s Art Exhibit. The display begins today and will continue through June 27. Shown here, Kurt Barkley, executive director of the center, and Amy Beth Smith, development coordinator, admire artwork from more than 30 Randolph County Community Arts Center member artists.
"This is the kind of inclusive, community-based event that really makes what we do at the Arts Center worthwhile," Barkley said. "We want everyone to stop by, take some time to view all the work we have on display and participate in what we offer for our residents. It's all about our community here in Randolph and surrounding counties, for everybody. All are welcome."
The Member's Art Exhibit features artwork, including pieces by Brad Basil, Jack Basil, Margo Blevin-Denton, Thomas Clevenger, Joan Crawford, Akiko Endo, Leslie Gordon, Don Hall, Ken Hanscom, Marian Hanscom, Mary Ann Honcharik, Joan Kefover, Sandra King, Katy McClane, Donell McCoy, Ken McCoy, Joe Inroy, Bill McWhorter, Marjory Moses, Kylie Proudfoot-Payne, Maggi Rhudy, Bob Rose, Dave Shombert, Paula Stahl, Brad Stalnaker, Dorothy Sutton, Andrew Thorne, Vince Trimboli, Judy Van Gundy, Ken Waddell, Jennifer Ramsey Waggoner, Larisa Wells and Kevin Woodcock.