Tonight, Saturday, June 28 from 5-7 pm the Berkeley Art Works at 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg invites everyone to join the celebration of the opening of two new exhibits and meet the artists whose work is on display. The exhibits and the reception are free and open to the public.
The main gallery will feature “Summer Fire”, a ceramics and pottery exhibit featuring original and distinct clay artists working and creating in the Eastern Panhandle. The Summer Fire Show will be on display at the Berkeley Art Works Gallery, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg through July 27.
Artists that will be will be featured are Joy Bridy, Hilda Eiber, Crawford Horne, Lynn Lavin, Martha LeRoi, Jane Morais, Pam and Ren Parziale, and Annette Verna.
“Town and Country”
Local artists Kat Cimaglio and Susan Parker will team up for and exhibit of paintings called “Town and Country” in the new Back Space Gallery in the Berkeley Art works. The work will feature Parker’s watercolor studies of Victorian architecture in Martinsburg and Cimaglio’s paintings depicting life on her farm in Berkeley County.
The Berkeley Art Works, a project of the Berkeley Arts Council, is the realization of the long-held dream of the arts community in Martinsburg and Berkeley County West Virginia: to have a community-based arts facility that supports local and regional artists, brings quality arts experiences for the members of the public, and provides a wide range of arts learning experiences for local residents, artists, and artisans. The Berkeley Arts Council is on the Web at http://www.berkeleyartswv.org.