Art On Sunset Set For April 19
On Saturday, April 19, the center of the central business district in Asheboro will fill with the sights and sounds of an unparalleled display of artwork that only 36 diverse artists can provide.
The second year of Art On Sunset will fill Bicentennial Parking Lot.
"No blocked streets, no bands, no funnel cakes, just the best of the best artwork for display and sale for your browsing pleasure," says a spokesman.
Art On Sunset is sponsored by Randolph Arts Guild. If it rains, the event will be held the following Saturday, April 26.
Blown glass, metal sculpture, painting, stone blade knives, quilted wallhangings, scrollsaw woodwork, coil and thrown pottery, fine art photography, stained glass, welded gates, knitting, wood toys, handbags, hoops, beaded bookmarks, and birdhouses (wooden and ceramic) are among the many types of things to be found at Art On Sunset.
Artists include Hank Allred, Andrea Ashburn, Amy Keith Barney, Cori Cagle, Robert Crutchfield, Mike Durham, Linda Erba, Ashley Fetner, Dick Hines, Donna Hunter, Pam Miller, Jacquie and Molly Reininger, Mike Shinn, Sally Lufkin Saylor, Lisa Trichel-Beavers, Ken Wooters, Sam Rankin, Travis Barney, Wayne Black, Liping Cross, Tonia Potts Davis, Joe Foster, Sherry Jones, Nancy Lipe, Molly Lithgo, Jim Rientjes, Carrie S. Magill, Fran Marcus, Margie Nance, Kim Novick, Susan R. Reynolds, Stephen Shelton, Jean Skipper, Karen and Jeff Stone, and the Asheboro Artists' Collective.
The artists were juried in by a committee of the Randolph Arts Guild to certify the quality of the products they will bring. The effort was led by Amy Keith Barney, artist and member of the RAG Board of Directors.
For further information or driving directions to downtown Asheboro, call 336-629-0399 or write email@example.com.
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