Juried exhibition at The Jax to close Sept. 15; ‘Portrait of Floyd’ exhibit to begin Oct. 5
The 2012 Jax Juried Exhibition in the Hayloft Gallery at The Jacksonville Center, featuring 118 pieces by local and regional artists, will close on Saturday, Sept. 15.
This is the third year that the center hosted a juried exhibition that offered substantial cash prizes and professional and public recognition for artists and was the largest juried exhibit that the center has hosted in its gallery.
Participating artists include Anita Allen, Charlotte Lou Atkins, Jos Biviano, Rebecca Bordeaux, Jeanette Bowker, Audrey Caywood, Pam Chappell, Nancy Clark, Linda S. Correll, Carly Correll, Carolyn Deck, Aileen Fletcher, Rowland A. Guidry, Jane Haddad, John Havran, Kristie Hayes-Beaulieu, Doug Iverson, Fred Jones, Robert Wren Jones, June Kelly, Vikki King, Charles Knighton, Sherrye Lantz, Sandra Lear, Gina Louthian-Stanley, Louie Scott Lovitt, Cheryl Mackian, Linville M. Meadows, Liz Mears, Darcy Meeker, Larry D. Mitchell, Roseanne Moon, Steve Pickford, Nathan Popp, Linda Rae Russo, Helen Shaw, Beverly Shideler, Aaron Staengle, Machiko Oshima Turner, Gibby Waitzkin, Howard Wenger, Shaun C. Whiteside, Emily Williamson, Aleen Wilson, Adija Wolf, Joli Ayn Wood, Gerri Young.
The center’s next Hayloft Gallery exhibit is a Curated exhibit titled “Portrait of Floyd” and will begin Oct. 5 and run through Nov. 24 with a Meet-the-Artist reception on Oct. 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. This exhibit features black and white photographs of the people in Floyd by celebrated photographer Glen McClure.
“Our hope and intent was to re-introduce you to your neighbors, the special people that make Floyd what it is,” said curator David Brown.
For more information about these exhibits, stop by or contact The Jacksonville Center for the Arts at 745-2784 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.jacksonvillecenter.org. The center hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m.
– Submitted by Brandi Gray, The Jacksonville Center for the Arts
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