Artist League Presents Exhibit of Neely's Work
The September exhibit opens at the Exchange Street Gallery on Sunday, Sept. 9, showing new and recent paintings by Harry Neely.
This is a special selection of paintings grouped together as they might be used in a foyer, by a fireplace or dining room. >
"It's a little different presentation for our gallery," says a spokesman.
Most of the two dozen works have a local connection and include both still life and paintings begun plein air. This show is all oil paintings.
"This year, Harry has been working on the techniques and design principles that he studied in Italy and at the Prado last summer," says the spokesman.
The larger landscapes are studio works drawn from plein air sketches.
The exhibit opens Sunday, with a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. and remains open through Sept. 27.
The Artists League of the Sandhills is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 to promote interest in the visual arts by -providing art education and a friendly environment in which to work, exhibit and sell members' artworks.
It is located in historic downtown Aberdeen at 129 Exchange St. in the old Aberdeen Rockfish Railroad storage terminal.
Visit the website at www.artistleague.org.
Regular gallery hours are Monday through Saturday from noon to 3 p.m.
Contact the League at (910) 944-3979 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on membership, classes, workshops and monthly gallery exhibits.
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