"ROADS LESS TRAVELED" NOW OPEN AT PRICE CENTER
The Price Center Arts Committee’s Roads Less Traveled exhibit is now open throughout the first-floor galleries of the Center. The colorful and thought-provoking visual arts show explores alternative ideas and experiences through a wide range of media, subjects, and traditional and alternative creative techniques.
A total of 64 participating artists submitted 79 works of original art, and 9 of them are first-time exhibitors at the Center. The show hangs Sept. 3 through Oct. 29 throughout our first-floor gallery venues. Many of the works are for sale, and a portion of any sales benefits the art efforts at the Center.
“Once again the artists of our region have taken our show’s
theme and run with it,” said Joan Nagel, arts committee chair. “Viewers are in for a real treat,” she added.
An Artists Reception featuring live music, light refreshments, and a chance to meet many of the artists is set for Wed. Sept. 21 from 6-8 pm. Th event is free and open to all. Our Brown Bag Artists Talk will be held on Oct. 5. Th event is free; however, reservations are required.
Community Art Shows are conducted by the Price Center Arts Committee and funded in part through a grant from the San Marcos Arts Commission. New Calls for Art are issued every couple of months. For more information, please call 512-392-2900, stop by the Center at 222 W. San Antonio St., or visit price-center.org or Facebook @ Price Center & Garden.
Pictured here are top: Annette Kennedy's "Woodland Berries," fiber art; below: Margaret Adie's "Edge of the Universe" photograph.