‘Making a Mark’ Art Exhibit

PRESS RELEASE:  For immediate release

The Salisbury Business Center is hosting an art exhibition and Artists’ Opening Reception

‘Making a Mark’ Art Exhibit
Opening Reception Friday December 1, 2017
5:00pm – 8:00pm

Free & Open to the Public

The Salisbury Business Center welcomes artists from the Jesse C. Carson Fine Arts Program.

The exhibit, which will run from December 1st through February 23, 2018, features original works by:

  • Lisa Mirisola
  • Isabella Almazan
  • Victoria Amaro
  • Chloe Kirkpatrick
  • Olivia Cunningham
  • Kristina Neumiller
  • Serena Wale
  • Colleen Welday
  • Lila Thomas
  • Julia Rockwell
  • Alexa Smith
  • Taylor Lettice
  • Cam Zimmerman
  • Luke Schenk
  • Erin Simerson
  • Madeline Laity
  • Chyna Sykes
  • Mikaila Gadsen
  • Korbynne Hill
  • McKenzie Farmer
  • Salem Fleming
  • Jackie Valois
  • Jill Nation
  • MacKenzie Fornshell
  • Micahiah Marion
  • Morgan Warren
  • Jessica Nichols
  • Mercedes Robinson
  • Taylor Sever
  • Gracie Rodgers
  • Allison Tesh
  • Hunter Christy
  • Jessica Jensen
  • Kaila Wacker
  • Josh Hunter
  • Ben Coulter
  • Madison Miller
  • Live reception music provided by Karen Franks, flutist.

The Jesse C. Carson Fine Art Program provides numerous avenues for students to pursue their passion in the fine arts and seeks to find a connection with students who are artistically driven. Under the tutelage of Marc Riley, Karen Lundgren, and Samantha Morris, young artists receive an exposure to arts disciplines, prepare for college arts programs, and construct a portfolio.

‘Making a Mark’ is part of the Salisbury Business Center Art Partnerships Gallery Exhibits Program. SBC provides gallery space to local artists in an effort promote art and area artists with the intent to develop increased art appreciation within the community. To achieve our goals, the SBC sponsors art exhibits in four periods annually, each beginning with a special Artists Opening Reception, free and open to the public, to showcase the work of the these local artists.

Please join us in welcoming these young artists to the Salisbury Business Center.

Refreshment and light fare will be served.

 

Artists interested in exhibiting their work in future exhibitions at the Salisbury Business Center should send photos and contact information to Sue McHugh (receptionist@integro-tech.com).  All items exhibited are offered for sale.  The Salisbury Business Center does not accept a commission for sales of any exhibited artwork.  Exhibits normally span three-months with an opening reception at the start.  With any questions, please contact the Salisbury Business Center at 704.209.4589

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