Rivers Studio and Gallery Opening Reception: The Soul-Full Cup

Date: January 26, 2018

Time: 6 PM until 8 PM

Location:
1346 West Washington Street
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425   Google Maps Link

Description

Rivers Studio and Gallery will have a new exhibit opening in January called “The Soul-Full Cup”.  The exhibit will run from Jan. 26th through Mar. 25th.

Gathering 45 artists from around the country to exhibit the beauty and intimacy of the humble cup.

Participating Artists:

Maureen Alvarez, Noel Bailey, Joan Bontempo, Joy Bridy, Chuck Brome, Chris Landers, Linda Christianson, Rick Clark, Kevin Crowe, Andrea Denniston, Eileen Egan, Susan Feagin, Warren Frederick, Debra Fritts, Shawn Grove, Martha Grover, Autumn Higgins, Noah Hughey-Commers, Matt Hyleck, Denise Kupiszewski, Lynn Lavin, David Kenton Kring, Lisa Kovatch, The Parziales, Kirke Martin, Tameria Martinez, Bryan Mattraw, Linda McFarling, Blair Meerfeld, Rose Mendez, Eric Pardue, Anne Rule-Thompson, Allison C. Severance, Gary Shaffer, Tim Sherman, Gay Smith, Robert Strasser, Wendy Summers, Kristin Swanson, Joy Tanner, Catherine White, Stephanie Wilhelm, Debbie Williamson, Scott Williamson, Lisa York

 

Website
https://www.riversstudioandgallery.com/so/bM3PPeW1

Contact Email
riversstudioandgallery@gmail.com

Phone
(703) 727-2532  

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