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November 2013

Asheville Gallery of Art in Asheville, NC, Offers Works by Renee Williams

The Asheville Gallery of Art in Asheville, NC, will present A Brush with North Carolina, featuring oil paintings of North Carolina landscapes and of children in those beautiful settings by Renee Williams, on view from Nov. 1 - 30, 2013. A reception will be held on Nov. 1, from 5-8pm.

After a 30 year nursing career, Williams retired to pursue her life-long dream of creating art. She spends most of her free time in her studio, working in oils, watercolors and pastels. Her favorite subject is children and she loves to catch the whimsical innocence of childhood.

The Asheville Gallery of Art opened its doors on Nov. 1, 1988. The gallery is Asheville’s longest-established downtown art gallery, marking its 25th anniversary in 2013. The gallery gained prominence over the years, and some of Asheville’s most celebrated artists have been on view there by juried invitation. Current members include: John Anderson, Hal Boyd, Elinor V. Bowman, Karen Keil Brown, Jan Desonier, Sahar Fakhoury, Frances Greenberg, Jennine Hough Ruth Ilg, Al Junek, Reda Kay, Cheryl Keefer, Floyd Kemp, Sara LeVan, Olga Michelson, Sandra Braugh Moore, Carol Branton Moore, Pat Perkerson, Judith Rentner, Eileen Ross, Joyce Schlapkohl, Everett Schmidt, Cathy Searle, Suzanne Shaffer, Christine Siegfried, Peggy Horne Taylor, Mary Webster, and Renee Williams.

For more information, call 828/251-5796 or visit (www.ashevillegallery-of-art.com).

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