A Taste of Asia: Ancient Asian Brushwork with a Contemporary Flair Exhibit to open at the Evendale Cultural Arts Center March 2, 2018.
The Evendale Cultural Arts Center will open a unique exhibit, A Taste of Asia: Ancient Asian Brushwork with a Contemporary Flair featuring award winning artist Diana Marra on March 2, on view until March 4. In celebration, you are invited to attend the Opening Reception on Friday, March 2 from 6:00-8:00 pm. Enjoy refreshments and live music. The exhibit continues through the weekend on March 3 & 4 from 12 – 4 pm daily.
A Taste of Asia: Ancient Asian Brushwork with a Contemporary Flair will feature several works by Marra. Diana loves the elegance and simplicity of the Chinese brushstroke. Each stroke can represent a leaf, a wing, an emotion - so much can be said with so little. A simple elegant piece transitions into all cultures and fits every décor. Be transported to another land during this beautiful exhibit.
Exhibit Hours & Weekend ProgrammingOpening Night ReceptionFriday, March 2, 6-8 pmFeaturing live music and refreshments
Upper StudioSaturday, March 3 12:00—4:00 PMExhibit open. Upper Studio
Art & Wine TastingMarch 3, 5 pm Upper Studio$10 per person, must register to attend. Call 563-1350 or email email@example.com Enjoy a wonderful evening sampling a variety of perfectly paired wines with sumptuous appetizers surrounded by beautiful art by Diana Marra
Sunday, March 412:00—4:00 PMExhibit Open, Upper Studio
Wednesday, March 146:30-8:30 PMA Taste of Asia Brush Painting Sampler ClassLower Art Studio, Email registration to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info contact Susan Gordy (513) 563-1350 or email@example.com. The Evendale Cultural Arts Center is located at 10500 Reading Rd. in Evendale, Ohio. The center is located in the restored Civic Center and is owned and operated by the Village of Evendale. We believe the arts hold transformative potential. The arts touch people's lives in profound ways: in their understanding of themselves, their connection to local and world communities and cultures, and in their understanding of their own creativity.
There are no elevators at the Cultural Arts Center due to its historic nature.