Work by Dacula Artist on Display at Capitol
Artwork by Dacula resident Henry M. Wood Jr. is currently on display in the Georgia State Capitol.
Rep. Terry England, a member of the committee who represents parts of Barrow County, invited the arts center to display work in the offices.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for both established and emerging GPAC artists” Kathleen Gill, president of the Georgia Piedmont Arts Center, said in a news release. “Hundreds of people every week travel through the Appropriations offices”.
In addition to Wood, artists whose work is on display include Richard Botters of Auburn, Renee Hewitt of Winder, Mia Rodriguez of Braselton, Kathleen Gill of Winder, Bobbie Austin of Social Circle and Bruce Bulau of Loganville.
The Georgia Piedmont Arts Center is currently enrolling students for summer art camps which will run in half-day sessions the week of June 11 for 8 to 12 year olds and the week of July 16 for ages 13 to 16. Call 404-202-3044 or visit www.GeorgiaPiedmontArtsCenter.com for more information.