You can escape the winter weather and enjoy the abstract artworks of a select few in downtown Murphy. The Cherokee County Arts Council has invited a small group of artists including: S.J. Worsham, Dean Williams, David Rabhan, Sarah Hembree, Jeoffrey William Vasquez, and Geoffrey Karr to exhibit through February 28th, 2019.
“How I See It” – Imagery by Abstract Artists – will be on display at the Murphy Art Center (The MAC), 33 Valley River Avenue, in beautiful Murphy, North Carolina. This thought provoking exhibit boasts a variety of abstract styles, such as this painting depicting the artist’s life and overcoming addiction. It is a wonderful opportunity to experience the less conventional ways to express the many emotions of daily life through art.
The obvious beauty of our quaint mountain towns, paired with the cost of living and proximity to many Southern cities are inviting for young families, retirees, and entrepreneurs, especially artists. Cherokee County and the surrounding North Georgia communities in the mountains are home to a great many artists, enriching the lives of all residents. We are truly blessed by the Cherokee County Arts Council and Valley River Arts Guild.
Looking to pursue life as an artist or simply love the idea of moving to the mountains? Send us a message, we’ll be happy to introduce you to our community!
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