On Saturday October 5 from 5-7pm the public is invited to an opening reception for “Eclectic Visions”, an exhibit of photography by five West Virginia artists each displaying a unique vision in their images. The exhibit will be on display at the Berkeley Art Works beginning October 3 through October 27 in the gallery at 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg.
Mark Muse presents intimate images of the Appalachian landscape with great detail and subtle light, while Bob Clark captures the grand landscapes of the West. Keron Psillas work includes artistic rendering of a variety of subjects along with award-winning equestrian imagery. Frank Robbins’ work spans the Atlantic Ocean from the Eastern Panhandle to the Capitols of Europe, and Rip Smith demonstrates his love of the combination of creativity and precision found in great architecture.