Perspectives: A Group Exhibit

Perspectives: A Group Exhibit
Where: Cornerstone Bank Art Gallery
125 Clairemont Ave, Decatur GA 30030
When: Saturday, January 26 to Sunday, March 17, 2019
Perspectives: A Group Exhibit
Often it is through the personal nature of our process and concepts that viewers come to know work as
ours. Those images can be delicate, bold, gentle, aggressive, simple, complicated, intuitive, logical,
obtuse or explicit, 2D or 3D. The message and concept becomes enhanced and individualized by how
we decide to create that image, using chosen material and media to strengthen our story, our message,
our image.
The Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia is delighted to be invited to show our work at Cornerstone
Bank Art Gallery.
Curator
Bringing together a cohesive, engaging exhibit is an art unto itself. We are pleased to announce Shawn
Vinson, Gallery Director will be curating our WCAGA exhibit. Mr. Vinson will have final say on all
work exhibited.
Vinson was a founder of the Decatur ArtWalk and ran The Vinson Gallery in Decaturfrom 1998-2008.
He is a Board member of The Decatur Arts Alliance and is the gallerydirector of Different Trains
Gallery I on E.Howard Ave. in Decatur and Different TrainsGallery II at the Cornerstone Bank Art
Gallery in Decatur.

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