Moring Arts Center Announces Show
Fabric artwork by Jean Vollrath and wearable sculpture by Brooke Sides make up a show called Remnants beginning Sept. 29 at the Moring Arts Center, 123 Sunset Avenue, Asheboro. The exhibit continues through Oct. 30.
A reception for the artists will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Both Vollrath and Sides are well known to the Randolph County community. Vollrath, a Staley resident, has been a weaver and a teacher of weaving for many years. She is currently a media specialist at Central Carolina Community College.
Sides, now living in Greensboro, came to Asheboro as program director for Randolph Arts Guild and now teaches art at Trinity High School. While versed in all forms of visual and plastic arts, her area of concentration is in metalworking.
Vollrath's remnants are materials that have significance in her life which are reused in newly made garments and other pieces to close one era and open another. Sides' metalwork, to be worn as jewelry, is made in the spirit of using up the ends of materials, also getting ready for a new beginning.
For information or driving directions, call (336) 629-0399, write firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.randolpharts guild.com.
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