Farrago Gallery

FAACE to hold juried show at Newnan gallery

by Staff Reports

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Photo courtesy of Honey Corbin

Readying for the upcoming show of the Fine Arts and Crafts Entrepreneurs (FAACE) are, front row, from left, Anna Marie Hendry, Vicki Turner, Pam Green, and at back, Kassie Scott, Noel Gilliam, Farrago Gallery owner Corinne Galla, Janet Dunn and Charles Tyron.

Fine Arts and Crafts Entrepreneurs (FAACE) will participate in a juried show at the Farrago Gallery in Newnan, with an exhibit running May 10-June 1.

FAACE is comprised of local artists representing fine art, 3-D art, textiles, jewelry, gourd art, ceramics and more. Some of the participating artists include Vicki Turner, Pam Green, Janet Dunn, Honey Corbin, Charles Tyron, Anna Marie Hendry, Kassie Scott, Noel Gilliam, Wah Joy Chan and Guanyu Shi.

The show opens May 10 with a reception from 5-7 p.m. at the Farrago Gallery at 9 Greenville Street in Newnan. The exhibit continues through June 1, 2013.

For additional information, visit www.FAACE.org, www.FAACEgablogspot.org or Farrago Gallery at 770-683-1291.


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