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July Issue 2003
Transylvania County Arts Council in Brevard, NC, Features Exhibit by Members of Studio South
The Transylvania County Arts Council (TCarts), in Brevard, NC, presents a five-week invitational exhibit entitled, Music for the Eyes, featuring works by 20 members of Studio South through July 16, 2003. Music is the show's theme, to correlate with the prestigious Brevard Music Center Festival.
Studio South is an eclectic group of 20 professional female artists from Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina. They meet monthly to paint, learn and critique each other's work. Each employs some combination of "aqua-media".
"Studio South exhibits only two or three times each year, so we can give more time to prepare our paintings. We always offer a theme to our shows," says Ida DeRuocco. "The TCarts show will have at least 40 paintings."
North Carolina artists included in the exhibit are: DeRuocco and Herta Flack of Tryon. South Carolina artists are Randolph New Armstrong of Greer, Carrie Brown of Greenville, Jane Todd Butcher of Greer, Lois Cantrell of Spartanburg, Wyn Foland of Simpsonville, Ann Heard of Anderson, Ruth Hopkins of Anderson, Monita Mahoney of Greer, Lorraine Martinie of Simpsonville, Lena Massara of Salem, Rosemary Moore of Honea Path, Marilyn Murrell of Easley, Patti Rivers of Pickens, Barbara St. Denis of Easley, Bobbie Stitt of Simpsonville, Mary Ellen Suitt of Spartanburg, Carole Tinsley of Greenville and Genie Marshall Wilder of Clinton.
For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listing, call the gallery at 828/884-2787 or at (www.tcarts.org).
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