The Arts Council of Moore County and sponsors Bill & Shirley Frei and Sofie Franzen-Moyle announce “Art from the Heart of North Carolina” featuring works by the Chatham Artists Guild.
The exhibit opens on September 4 and runs through September 25, 2020. Due to Covid-19 and the need for social distancing, we regret that the usual Friday night opening will not take place. Please join us online for a Facebook live opening reception on Friday, September 7 at 6pm at www.Facebook.com/TheArtsCouncil.
The Chatham Artists Guild is an organization of artists whose purpose is to maintain artistic excellence among their members. Among their many activities is their signature event, the annual December Studio Tour. Chatham’s first studio tour was held in 1992 under the direction of Chatham Arts Council. Chatham Artists Guild was formally founded in 2005. In presenting the 2020 Studio Tour, they are celebrating 28 years of opening studios and bringing art to the people of North Carolina. It is one of the oldest in the State, a prototype for other area studio tours, and a highly respected art venue.
“Art from the Heart of North Carolina” will include both two- and three-dimensional fine arts and crafts by over two dozen Guild members. We encourage you to visit our galleries to view the interesting and amazing works on display. All work in this exhibition are for sale.
Campbell House Galleries are located at 482 E. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. Regular weekday gallery hours are from 9am–3pm. Weekend hours are Saturdays from 2–4pm. For more information, call 910.692.2787 or visit www.mooreart.org.