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Thursday, December 11, 2003

Gittin' all cultured up!

First dedicated art gallery hangs shingle in Trussville
JUDY HAISE
Social columnist

Trussville's first dedicated art gallery opened last week. And it's got a name you'll never forget - PinchGut Creek Gallery, named after the creek running through town.

Artist Nancy Ridenhour, director of the gallery's "Winter Showcase" juried exhibit, told the more than 200 invited to the opening night party that the gallery was a longtime dream of hers. She invited everyone to come to the gallery for a holiday open house Dec. 20, as well as every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free. [...]

The works of 41 Alabama artists and artisans were selected to enter the exhibit. Their 61 two-dimensional and 17 three-dimensional works represented all art forms, from pocket-size to large corporate art.
Well, now--seeing as how this is right down at the foot of the hill from me, I might just have to drop by and say hello...even though I might mess up the high tone atmosphere.
Many awards given during opening gala:

[...] The Hogan-Hare Award for the Best Fine Art Craft was given to Gavin Harris of Gallant for his forged steel and copper "Klingon Vessel." Walker said, "This dimensional piece is the embodiment of art and spirit of message. This artist is very creative and this is a challenging medium. You may never see a piece like this again." [...]
You know, that is just so true.

Anyway, y'all come look at our pictures and stuff.

(Oh, and by the way, Stinking Creek also runs through town.)


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