Last night, there was a lot happening in downtown Greensboro. From people playing keyboard in Center City Park, to a baseball game in the new stadium, to people enjoying dinner outside at Cafe Europa to artists and patrons at the one hundred for one hundred art show and sale and the Center for Visual Artists on Davie Street. The gallery, in downtown Greensboro, is a great venue for artists to show and sell their work. We're featuring the post today because it is the most time sensitive. These wonderful pieces of art will be available today and after that, the gallery will hang a new show. This summer, the Center will offer some spectacular summer art camps. Perhaps you can stop by and give a 100 "donation" and leave with a work of art.
We loved being out mingling among the students. Tattoos and stretched earlobes were extremely peopular with the younger generation artists. Their art was refreshing and affordable, and worth looking at. Many young artists were having great discussions about art. In the case of the man in the tye-dyed shirt, and the tatooed arm, he was so vibrant and colorful.... body art.
If you haven't been to the Center for Visual Artists in the Cultural Arts Center, stop by and see this great show.