(Gainesville, GA) Artist Studio Tours in downtown Gainesville. Visit with artists in their “natural habitats” and view recent work, work in progress and original art for sale. Four Studios participating, 1 day only, Sunday, November 12, 2017, studios open from1-4 PM, light refreshments, holiday specials. Tickets available for purchase at www.qvac.org and are $10 per person. Visit all four studios and ticket becomes coupon for 10% off next purchase at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center Gift Shop.
Gallery on the Square
118 Main Street, SW Ste2
GALLERY on the SQUARE is a fine arts gallery representing the original works of the area's most accomplished artists. Featured artists indlude Joyce Hornor, Ann Goble, Connie Lynn Reilly, Lynn Kelly, Anne Brodie Hill, Paula Hoffman, Suzanne Johnson, Ruth Money, Lydia Ferguson, Jane Hemmer and Pam Kohler Camp.
You've stepped into a world unlike any other. Photography and art in a new way. There's always something artistic, interesting, ridiculous and magical going on here. Open your mind and let's create. Photography, gift certificates, dance classes, commissions.
Lee Anne White Photography and Wahoo Creek Canoe
(metal Warehouse across from 518 Maple Street )
Lee Anne White is a photographer, encaustic artist and writer whose landscape, seascape and botanical images have been exhibited in both solo and group shows and are included in numerous permanent collections She teaches photography workshops in coastal Maine, on Amelia Island, in Santa Fe and in her studio in Gainesville, Georgia.
Chris Romberg creates handcrafted wooden canoes at his studio Wahoo Creek Canoe.
2017 Artist Studio Tour and Sale brought to you by the Quinlan Visual Arts Center, located in the heart of the historic Green Street district of downtown Gainesville at 514 Green Street, N.E. A comprehensive visual arts center operating for over70 years for the benefit of the Northeast Georgia community, serving nearly 20,000 guests annually, the regular business hours of the Quinlan are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Admission to view the galleries is always free to the public. For more information, please call (770) 536-2575, and for exhibition information and photographs, please view the website at www.qvac.org.