Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Artwork from R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Collection on Sale during Gallery Hop - Friday, Jan 6, 2012.

Friday evening, January 6

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, in conjunction with the Liberty Arts Center, Artists on Liberty Building and apercugallery, is offering a special pre-sale exhibition of art from the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Collection from 6:00. – 10:00 p.m., Friday night, January 6, during Gallery Hop in the Arts District. The art is for sale and offers a preview of the forthcoming large sale of hundreds of items scheduled for sale February 10-12 at The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The artwork will be in the Liberty Arts Center at 526 N. Liberty and across the street in the Artists On Liberty Building and apercugallery (Suites 108 and 114) at 521 N. Liberty Street.

The Liberty Arts Center will feature original paintings, prints and framed photographic artworks. An eclectic selection of paintings and prints are on exhibit in the Main Gallery with approximately 20 framed photo images on display up on the Mezzanine covering a wide variety of subjects, moods and styles ranging from seascapes and architectural to candid and surreal. The Liberty Arts Center will be open Friday night and then by appointment through January 30. Admission is Free.

The Main Gallery in the Artists on Liberty Building, 521 North Liberty Street, will feature a selection of limited edition art posters from the Reynolds Collection. This exhibit features a range of posters, including several from The Paris Review Print Series, a tradition that began in 1964 with nationally acclaimed artists donating signed and limited editions of original work.

Located in the Artists on Liberty Building, 521 North Liberty Street – Suite 108, apercugallery’s January Gallery Hop exhibition consists of original paintings in oils, acrylic, watercolor and/or mixed media from the Reynolds Collection. The artwork chosen for this show emphasizes the different artistic interpretations of landscapes in style, color, tone, composition and perspective. Works were selected from over 3,000 pieces.

In the Green Room,– Suite 114, a gallery annex continues the apercugallery’s exhibition of an eclectic selection of abstract images in varying forms, shapes, figures and media juxtaposed by original paintings of people at work.

Proceeds from the sales of this exhibit will benefit The Arts Council, its Funded Partners and member organizations.

For viewings through January 30 and other information, please contact Catherine Heitz New at or by phone at 336.747.1412.

1 comment:

John Laura said...

I love, This weekend is Splurges Boutique's trunk show featuring Liquid Time & CO.! With locations at the Factory in Kernersville and in Greensboro’s Jefferson Village, Splurges also will feature vintage glass jewelry by Connie Kissell through a fundraiser to benefit lung cancer research.

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