Upcoming Art Exhibits In Gallery 5 At MACC

Monday, July 21, 2014

Here are the upcoming art exhibits in Gallery 5 at MACC. 

The work of Michael Field, portrait artist from Chattanooga, through Aug. 23.  Included in the show will be a large sampling of his portraits, as well as his recent “Night-Scape Paintings of Chattanooga” created from photos he has taken during flights over the city.  

The work of Carolyn H. Wright, noted Signal Mountain watercolor artist, from Sept. 13-Oct. 18.  Her paintings are in numerous private and public art collections and have won numerous awards.  Also included in this exhibit will be selected works by Jim Wright, her husband, who during his lifetime was a watercolorist and art teacher of some renown.  

The work of the MAGI, the Mountain Arts Guild, a painting co-operative based at the Bachman Community Center in Walden on Signal Mountain.  Included in this exhibit will be many offerings from locally popular artists who paint together and whose work is shown for pleasure and sale. 

Gallery 5 at the MACC is at 809 Kentucky Ave., Signal Mountain, and is open during MACC hours Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.


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