Art Exhibit in Oak Grove Lounge

Jan 10 2011

Art Exhibit in Oak Grove Lounge

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The new art exhibit by Peg Gignoux in the Oak Grove Lounge is part of the Alamance Reads “one community, one book” celebration.  This year’s book is The Pleasure Was Mine by Tommy Hays and includes a character who attends the Penland School of Crafts in the North Carolina mountains.  Peg is well-connected to Penland.

PAGES – MIXED MEDIA WORKS was created by Marguerite Jay Gignoux. Known for fabric and book arts, she leads collaborative workshops for all ages and is a former Penland student, mentor, and teacher – and also an Elon adjunct art professor who regularly teaches winter term courses in fabric arts, book making, and story illustration. The exhibit will be run through February 18.

ARTIST RELECTIONS – PENLAND CONNECTIONS – Artist’s talk and reception Saturday, Feb. 5, 2:00-5:00pm in Belk Library.  The artist’s talk starts at 2:30pm.

ALAMANCE READS – Join the reading discussion by purchasing the book for only $5 at any Alamance County public library

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