BLYTH, ON – The Blyth Festival Art Gallery will be showing the best works of Huron County artists, hobbyists, amateur crafters, professional artisans and recognized visual artists until June 17 in the Bainton Gallery of the Blyth Memorial Community Hall. Admission is free of charge.
The exhibition will feature creations from dozens of the Huron County area’s established and aspiring artists. Original art in any media will be on display for the duration of the annual non-juried Community Show. Included among the pieces will be a wide range of media, from oil paintings and acrylics to photography, ceramics, glass, metal and woodwork. Until the artists bring in their creations, not even the show’s organizers know exactly what will be shown.
The exhibition provides a forum for talented individuals to gain exposure to a local audience and maybe achieve a career breakthrough. Anyone interested in purchasing a work of art will be directed to the artist. All art will remain in the gallery for the complete length of the show.
The Community Show 2018 is sponsored by Goderich Print Shop. The Art Gallery is open during Blyth Festival box office business hours.
Feature photo above: razing landscapes #22 by Kelly Stevenson