Friday, April 20, 2012
From "The Little Show" opening tonight at Liberty Arts
Entitled ‘The Little Show’, artists will be making and selling smaller pieces, all under $100. The idea of the show is a chance to bring reasonably priced pieces of sculpture to the widest audience possible. The Liberty Warehouse and gallery will be open from 6 to 9 P.M, with The Scrap Exchange celebrating it’s 21st birthday next door, featuring the opening of their Friends & Family Exhibit, and other special events for third Friday across the Golden Belt district (for complete schedule, see here: http://www.goldenbeltarts.com/newsEvents_featuredEvents.shtml)
If you missed the Liberty Arts grand opening, this is an excellent opportunity to check out the Liberty Arts space, see the studio and the gallery, and get more information on signing up for classes and workshops offered. Such full-spectrum accessibility to the modern, definitive creations this group is known to create is certainly not to be missed. Some artists’ projects for sale at the event include: brushed ceramic sculptures, an ‘All About the Love’ collection of stained or oxidized copper sheet hearts, plate and bowl sets, hand-blown glass and small scale castings of the work normally seen from Liberty artists in massive, grand form.
For more information on Liberty Arts, visit their website at http://www.liberty-arts.org/ or stop by their new space and take a peek at the gallery, class list, and see what they do first hand.