The Murfreesboro Art League will be having an exhibit at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts through Oct. 30. Works of art shown will range from abstract to representational. All art is done by artists in the Middle Tennessee area.
The reception for the exhibit will be Oct. 5 from 5-7 p.m. Food and punch will be available. This coincides with the opening of the play On Golden Pond.
The artists in the Murfreesboro Art League are as varied as their paintings. There are currently 76 members. Their styles may be different, using various media like oils, acrylics, pastels, encaustic and others, but they have a common bond. Each loves the creative experience and wants to spread the joy of art.
The Art League also offers adult art classes on the first three Mondays of every month (except December), from 7–9 p.m. at Cannonsburgh Village.
“We try to have a variety of classes,” stated Suzanne LeBeau, league secretary. “This way, our members can stretch their creative thinking by trying mediums that may be new to them.” Previous classes have included the more traditional oil and watercolor painting, as well as encaustic, batik and torn paper painting, with just about everything in between. October’s classes will be palette knife painting with Clarice Nelson, and November will be watercolors.