Contributed by the Auburn Arts Association
The Auburn Arts Association is hosting the Studio 222 exhibition, “Seasons & Cityscapes,” at the Art Gallery at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center. This exhibition will be on display until June 11. The reception will take place Friday, May 28, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The studio’s exhibition “Seasons & Cityscapes” has a variety of pieces ranging from cityscapes in fabric to abstracts of seasons and conceptual ideas related to seasons and cityscapes, all of which incorporate some type of fiber.
Studio 222 was established in 1999 by Mary Stevens of Waverly. Studio 222 is a group of fiber artists with members from Alabama and Georgia who meet once a month in Auburn. The artists of Studio 222 explore, experiment and enjoy working in fiber and related art forms. This studio provides the structure for a gathering of local artists to share knowledge and skills and to promote these interests in the community.
Since its inception, Studio 222 has exhibited annually at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center. The artists produce a wide variety of two-dimensional works, a few three-dimensional fiber artworks and experiment with different fibers and materials to try out new techniques.
For more information about the Arts Center and the exhibit, you can follow the Auburn Art Association on Facebook or visit auburnalabama.org/arts.