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Danville art exhibit presenting 'A Walk in the Park'

Juried showing to celebrate National Park Service centennial

Danville's sixth annual juried exhibition, now open at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, features a variety of original works in different mediums that showcase artists' creative interpretations of this year's theme, “A Walk in the Park."

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, this year's exhibition will include images and sculptures made from and inspired by parks and objects found in parks.

Heather Marx will be judging the artwork at “A Walk in the Park." She has over 20 years of experience in the fine art industry, including private, public and corporate art development, acquisition and curatorial projects, and she founded a contemporary art gallery based in San Francisco.

The exhibit, which opened Aug. 26, runs through Oct. 15. Artwork in the exhibition will be for sale.

For more information, contact Marija Nelson Belier, town visual arts coordinator, at 314-3460 or [email protected]

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Danville art exhibit presenting 'A Walk in the Park'

Juried showing to celebrate National Park Service centennial

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Danville's sixth annual juried exhibition, now open at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, features a variety of original works in different mediums that showcase artists' creative interpretations of this year's theme, “A Walk in the Park."

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, this year's exhibition will include images and sculptures made from and inspired by parks and objects found in parks.

Heather Marx will be judging the artwork at “A Walk in the Park." She has over 20 years of experience in the fine art industry, including private, public and corporate art development, acquisition and curatorial projects, and she founded a contemporary art gallery based in San Francisco.

The exhibit, which opened Aug. 26, runs through Oct. 15. Artwork in the exhibition will be for sale.

For more information, contact Marija Nelson Belier, town visual arts coordinator, at 314-3460 or [email protected]

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