Brick Wall Gallery celebrates 6 years

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Above: ‘October, Los Olivos, California’ by Karen Peluso 

From staff reports 

Six years ago the Beaufort Art Association’s Board of Directors decided to take a proactive approach to the Association’s non-profit gallery. A section of the gallery was designated “Brick Wall Gallery at Beaufort Art Association” and was created for members who wanted rent larger spaces within the Gallery to exhibit their work. 

To mark the Brick Wall Gallery’s six-year anniversary, the Beaufort Art Association (BAA) is having a party. To coincide with Downtown Beaufort’s First Friday, BAA will host an open house and reception on Friday, Nov. 5 at 913 Bay Street. 

The event is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served. 

The Brick Wall Gallery now has 10 exhibiting members: wood Turner Frank Anson and basket maker Karen McCarthy; fine art painters Anne Kennedy, Kari Swanson, Donna Cole, Susan McCarthy, Marion Sanders; photographers Sandy Dimke and Karen M. Peluso; and mixed media artist Jacqueline Jones. 

‘Racing the Storm’ by Kari Swanson

Each artist has a portion of the Brick Wall Gallery devoted to his/her art and will be on hand to discuss their work. Originals as well as prints and notecards by these artists are also available. 

Beaufort Art Association Gallery has more than 70 local artists exhibiting in their main gallery and boutique area. Besides wall art, the gallery also exhibits exquisitely crafted pottery, raku, fiber art and jewelry. Many of these artists will also be on hand on Friday to speak about their art. 

To encourage, support and provide opportunities for the artistic growth of its members is the main purpose of BAA. With that in mind Beaufort Art Association Gallery welcomes all member artists to exhibit, whether an established, professional artist or just emerging. By doing this BAA contributes to the Beaufort community with aesthetic and educational experiences in the visual arts. 

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