Art show and auction in Huletts

T he Friends of Historic Huletts Landing will host their third annual art show and auction the week of Aug. 12.

Local artists have submitted a variety of pieces for inclusion in the show and to be sold during an auction at the Huletts Library and Gallery from 5 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 17.

A variety of artistic media will be display during the show, including paintings, sculptures, photography and woodworking. The show is expected to include pieces from Sandy Stragnell, William Asman and Ed Curly, all of whom displayed their work during exhibits held earlier this summer.

The work will be on display in the gallery Aug. 13-17. A reception and the auction will be held on Friday.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Friends of Historic Huletts Landing. Last year’s auction raised over $2,500 for the organization and its programs.

For more information, or to submit your work, contact Suzanne Straton at 499-2300.

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