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October Issue 2003

Randolph Arts Guild in Asheboro, NC, Offers Exhibition of Lamps

The Randolph Arts Guild is pleased to announce WIRED, a show of lamps made by area artists, at the Moring Arts Center, in Asheboro, NC, from Oct. 6 - 29, 2003.

Of forty artists invited to participate, almost thirty will be displaying lamps they have made. There will be wall lamps, table lamps, floor lamps, and lamps that tax the definition of this common household item. The organizers do not know what the artists are preparing, thus, descriptions of the work are unavailable.

Among those accepting the challenge are: Mark E. Brown, Greg Shelnutt, Ross Holt, Mike Durham, Jane Maddocks, Gayle King, Sam Rankin, Dan Millspaugh, Reid Suggs, Jeff Barbour, Meredith Heywood, Mike Sanford, Bill Donnan, Ann Jorgensen, Cori Cagle, Roger Halligan, Jan Chenoweth, Mike Lyda, Mickey Gault, Jock Gault, Jim Hudson, Bob Kowski, Philip Shore, Micah Eastvold, Michael Fels, Chrissy Little, Ann Rowles, Derrick Sides.

Fittingly, the sponsor for this show is Randolph Electric Membership Corporation (REMC). Jan Chenoweth and Roger Halligan are the creative team for this exhibit. Lamps will be for sale. A portion of the sale price will go to support Randolph Arts Guild.

For more information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call the center at 336/629-0399 or on the web at (www.randolphartsguild.com).

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