Paul Nigra Center set to hold membership art show

GLOVERSVILLE — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold its 2019 Nigra Arts Center Membership Art Show from Thursday to July 17.

The show is its first to feature only the works of members of the arts center. On display are more than 100 pieces in all media by both local artists and those from outside the region, including New Jersey, Ohio and North Carolina.

Thirty-two member artists are displaying more than 100 pieces in this show. The featured artists include Jeffrey John Ardizzone, Lew Cowan, Cyndi Daigler, Deja Donde, Connie Duross Chamberlain, Karl Fisher, Dick Foster, Carol M. Hesselink, Jack Horning, Cheryl Horowitz, Michele Johnsen, Anna King, Elizabeth Knapp, Marion Kratky, Gary Larsen, Tammy McCue, Sharon Miller, Beth Moore, John Morrette, Lynda Naske, Stefanie Obkirchner, Sandra Peters, Joanne Petrozzi-Jones, Timothy Prendergast, Paul Rappleyea, K. Santomartino, Laurie Snell, Beth Spraggs, Terry Van Genderen, Jean VanPelt, Sean Walmsley and Brad Wenskoski.

A meet the artist reception will be held on Thursday, June 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. The reception is open to the public. Attendees will receive free admission to the gallery. The public is also welcome to view the show through July 17. The regular gallery admission is a suggested $5 donation. Members of the Nigra Arts Center, children under the age of 18 and participating artists are admitted for free.

The Nigra Arts Center offers annual memberships to anyone who seeks to support the arts and community events at the Center. Membership levels start at just $25 per year and carry benefits such as discounted admission to classes and art exhibitions, mailing list access, invitations to special events, charitable tax deductions and more. For additional information about memberships and to sign up for one, please visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org/membership or call (518) 661-9932.

For more information about the show or the center, call (518) 661-9932 or visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org.

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