ADAS Blackhawk Gallery exhibit highlights 'Artistic Discoveries'

Showing features 50 artists who express themselves through a wide variety of media

The latest exhibit at the Alamo Danville Artists' Society Blackhawk Gallery highlights how local artists find means of expression in a wide range of outlets.

"Artistic Discoveries," which opened Dec. 6 at the Danville gallery and runs through mid-February, features 50 artists specializing in various media, including painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics and wearable art.

The showing, which runs through Feb. 17, includes works from four new exhibiting painters: Angela Barattolo, Cynda Grabel, Agnes Riojas and 14-year-old Trevor A. Pawlak.

The exhibit also showcases a trio of guest artists, displaying the handcrafted pottery of Akio Aochi, sculptures from Eric Haggin and a collection of glass snowflakes by Janice Peacock.

For exhibit hours and other information, visit the ADAS website.


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