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Photos from February reception
UPDATE – Paint and pizza
Inclement weather – ice – has forced the postponement of this Feb. 17 session of Paint and Pizza. The event will be rescheduled at a later date.
Paint and pizza
Clayton artist Carolyn Howard will teach a session of Paint and Pizza Tuesday, Feb. 17, at the Clayton Center for Active Aging.
The session runs 4-6 p.m. and costs $28, which includes instruction, supplies, and food.
Pre-registration is required, and space is limited. Call 919-553-4350 to sign up.
The center is at 303 Dairy Road, Clayton.
Howard, a member of Clayton Visual Arts, is an award-winning artist and has been teaching for more than 50 years.
Photos from January reception
Woman’s Club student art winners
Some of the first-place student winners in the annual Woman’s Club of Clayton Student and Clubwomen’s Art Competition are shown above. Bottom row, Sienna Hocutt, fabric, homeschooled; Olivia White, paper craft, Riverwood Middle; Morgan Moser, acrylic, Riverwood Middle; second row, Marcy Creech, color photography, homeschooled; Kelsey Hawkins, solo piano, homeschooled; Hannah Gray, pastel, Riverwood Middle; third row, Lauren Treible
Art teachers receive $75 gifts
Clayton-area art teachers received funds from Clayton Visual Arts’ Christmas in Clayton Art and Homes Tour to use for art supplies. Bottom row, Karin Chmelo
2014-15 officersAmy Beshgetoorian of Clayton has been elected president of Clayton Visual Arts, Inc., for 2014-2015.
Jim Hopkins and Tim Johnson, also of Clayton, were tapped for the board of directors.
Returning officers are Kathleen Nobles, vice president; Barbara Nangle,secretary; Frank Dziepak,treasurer; Larry Strevig, past president; and board members Don Stephenson and Jo Lee Tucker. All are from Clayton except Tucker, who lives in Four Oaks.
Clayton Visual Arts is a nonprofit, 501-c-3 corporation dedicated to bringing art to Clayton. It is supported in part by the Town of Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation.