GRAND ART in a SMALL TOWN
GRAND ART in a SMALL TOWN is Rebecca and Bill Perry + SIBLING INSPIRATIONS at Hyde House. Come see! Everyone is welcome at artCentral for the Opening Reception this Friday night, October 9, 6-8pm. Admission is free. Donations are always welcome.
As folks around Carthage and our neighboring communities respond to SIBLING INSPIRATIONS posters, I keep hearing the same refrain—“Wow! How
Asking the Webb City Perrys to create an artCentral Exhibition might seem intimidating, but as with so much grand goodness that comes to artCentral, we start out by simply asking nicely—“Will you, please?” Naturally, we respond with happy delight when the answer comes back “Yes!”, so we can say thank you, thank you, thank you for gracing our gallery walls and our colorful small town with your grand art.”
Bill, an attorney by trade, has photographed most of his life. Today he literally lives inside the grandest expression of his art—his 5,000 square foot Heavy Metal House sprawled on an eight acre wooded site—filled with his intriguing mixed media images. At artCentral we, too, have an amazing collection of Bill’s images to share. Each is alluringly mysterious, mystifying and shockingly satisfying.
Come see! GRAND ART is Rebecca and Bill Perry + SIBLING INSPIRATIONS at Hyde House in our SMALL TOWN with a cameo appearance by the grand Jorge Leyva.
GRAND ART in our SMALL TOWN can be seen the night before the Perrys’ Opening. Thursday, 7-8:30pm, visit Cherry’s Custom Framing and Art Gallery on the Square and celebrate the new works of our local legend, Andy Thomas. As one art-knowledgeable traveler commented upon discovering Cherry’s, “This Gallery should be in New York City”. Yes, folks, Cherry Babcock has created a world-class venue right here in middle America showcasing the grand art of our regional talent. Thank you, Cherry!
Support Grand Art in our Small Town—Powers Museum Quilt Show, October 1-31; Thursday at Cherry’s; Friday at artCentral; and Saturday on the Phelps House lawn for the Carthage Historic Preservation’s first annual Lobster Boil raising funds to preserve the grand architectural art of Carthage.
GRAND ART in a SMALL TOWN is Carthage!