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Juried Art Exhibit: “THE BICYCLE: Art Meets Form”

Tuesday, August 27 -
Friday, October 04, 2019

Theatre Art Galleries
220 East Commerce Avenue
High Point, NC 27260

Cost: Free admission

Theatre Art Galleries of High Point, NC is pleased to host its annual Juried Art Exhibit titled “THE BICYCLE: Art Meets Form”. This is the fourth year for the exhibit and it will be held in conjunction with the 2019 Bobby Labonte Foundation Charity Bike Ride in downtown High Point. The Opening Reception will be held Thursday, September 5th from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at TAG. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.  

The exhibit will feature art from almost 50 artists in all media that relates in some way to bicycles or cycling. Prizes will be awarded during the Opening Reception for First Place:  $500, Second Place:  $250, and Third Place:  $100. 

The Upstairs Gallery is featuring a collection of vintage bicycles from Bicycle Toy & Hobby of High Point. (https://www.bicycletoyandhobby.com/)

The Hallway Gallery will feature PRINCESS CURETON: Artistic Metaphor. This exhibit is based on metaphors that reflect the very personal and spiritual landscape of Princess’ experiences and narrated through the figure in surreal background. Using a variety of processes to coax the figure away from the surface of the canvas such as embedding hair, jute, beads, modeling mediums, hand-made papers, fabric, glass, sand and material indigenous to the spiritual and spatial environment, she attempts the illusion of reality and 3- dimensionality. Her work is an autobiographical reflection of the consonance and dissonance in her life, which she shares openly and honestly with the viewer.

The Kaleidoscope Gallery will host the ANNUAL ARTISTS WHO TEACH EXHIBIT featuring work from Guilford County Art Teachers. Join us in honoring the profession of Teaching and the Artist as Teacher. Guilford county artists who teach at any level were invited to submit their art work for the exhibit.

Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 12:00-5:00 p.m.

More Information:
(336) 887-2137 | http://www.tagart.org