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August Issue 2010

Waynesville Gallery Association Presents Art After Dark Aug. 6, 2010

The Waynesville Gallery Association will present Art After Dark in Waynesville, NC, from 6-9pm on Aug. 6, 2010. Waynesville's Art After Dark takes place the first Friday of each month, May through December.

Enjoy a stroll through working studios and galleries on Main Street, Depot Street and in Historic Frog Level. Festive flags identify participating galleries such as: Art on Depot; Blue Owl Studio and Gallery; Burr Studio and Gallery; Earthworks Gallery; Grace Cathey Sculpture Garden and Gallery; Haywood County Arts Council's Gallery 86; Ridge Runner Naturals; Studio Thirty-Three; Textures; The Jeweler's Workbench; TPennington Art Gallery; and, Twigs and Leaves Gallery. Steve Whiddon will provide music on the street.

Burr Studio will be featuring woodcarver Dennis Ruane for the month of August. Many folks will remember Ruane from the Hardwood Gallery previously located on Main Street in Waynesville.

Earthworks Gallery is proud to feature the work of nationally-acclaimed artist Bonnie Marris and the fanciful creations of Ruth Apter as it celebrates Art After Dark.

Haywood County Arts Council's Gallery 86 is pleased to announce the opening of its newest show, For the Love of Color: Mixed-up Media, featuring the tapestry, mosaic, and mixed-media of Sylvia Everett.

Ridge Runner Naturals Studio & Gallery will be hosting a Trunk Showing of new creative, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces by Waynesville artist Keri Anna Kelley, who will be sharing her inspiration and design process.

With the heat of summer brings Dog Days so Twigs and Leaves Gallery is celebrating our four-legged companions with a special Art After Dark tribute. Having recently lost our gallery dog, Debbie, who welcomed thousands of customers, the night will be dedicated to Debbie - complete with a tree planting on Wall Street. We will be fundraising for The Frances Fund which helps injured and sick creatures who are abandoned or homeless and will help the pets of people in financial difficulty. Twigs and Leaves Gallery will donate a portion of sales of "Old Dog's" dogs to the fund. Munch on "dog treats," stroll the gallery with its 170+ artists, and enjoy familiar tunes on the piano.

For further info contact the Waynesville Gallery Association by calling 828/452-9284 or visit (www.waynesvillegalleryassociation.com).

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