Charles City Arts Center to host Prismacolor exhibit in March; open house Friday
To The Press
“Prismacolor Diary: Works by Deborah Dvorak” will be the featured exhibit at the Charles City Arts Center for March.
The Arts Center will hold an opening reception for Dvorak from 5-7 p.m. Friday, March 3. The exhibit will consist of around 20 works by the Iowa-born artist.
“The works are mostly smaller in scale but they pack a big punch,” said Arts Center Assistant Director Karl Haglund. “I think the exhibit is an excellent example of what can be accomplished with something as modest as a set of colored pencils.”
Dvorak has a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting from Idaho State University. She lived much of her life in Seattle working for Barnes and Noble before returning to the Midwest 20 years ago. She now lives and works in Wisconsin.
The opening event is free and open to the public. Food and wine will be served along with various beers from the reception’s sponsor, Tellurian Brewing.
“These are always fun events.” says Haglund. “They are a great opportunity for people from the community to gather for a shared experience and to ‘break bread’ together. And of course, see some really cool art.”
The Charles City Arts Center is located at 301 N. Jackson Street in Charles City, directly across from Central Park.
For more information call 641-228-6284.