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July 12, 2019, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Downtown Bedford
MUSIC by DJ Showtime
FREE FACE PAINTING by Dulcinea Designs VA
POP-UP by Trayci Brosovic - Art, Jewelry and Garden
POP-UP by Mountain Trail Studios - Lamps, Home Decor and more
Kona Ice will be serving delicious shaved ice! Dem Bunz will have their delicious sweet creations!
Bower Center for The Arts – Will be hosting the Fiber Arts Exhibition featuring artists from 10 states
Goose Creek Studio - Landscape Paintings by Robert Sheppard, “Moving Sale” featuring pottery and paintings by Alicia Daily.
Studios 207 – Walk around and take a peek at their resident artist studios, see what they’re working on.
Bell Treasures - Watercolor Artist, Karen Tuttle.
Select Bank – Amy Gallagher will be showing her abstract acrylic portraits.
Bedford Central Library - Presents the Pieces Quilt Guild Exhibit – contemporary, traditional and art quilts.
The Venue @109 / Clam Diggers with music by Earthbound Creatures 8-11PM (no cover).
July 12, 2019, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Goose Creek Studio
Landscape painter Robert Shepperd, who is from Evington, VA, will be featured in the main gallery at Goose Creek Studio. Growing up in South Florida, Shepperd developed a deep appreciation of the outdoors and the water. His love of water is reflected in his paintings of the local landscape. To date, he has created over 150 paintings featuring Smith Mountain Lake.
Alicia White Daily has been creating one-of-a-kind works of art in her “Hands on Pottery Studio” from her farm in Goode for the past two decades. Daily’s signature style of pottery is known for its bright colors and incised designs – often featuring horses which she also raises and shows. Daily and her family are downsizing and moving out of the area later this year.
Melanie Layne Hylton, whose pyrography (wood burning) pieces were featured in June, will be demonstrating and answering questions her craft during 2nd Friday.