FEATURED ARTISTSCLICK HERE to see the invitation.
‘Christmas in Clayton’ Sunday, Dec. 8 – tickets $10Clayton residents, that special ART AND HOMES TOUR is back.
The popular “Christmas in Clayton” Tour returns Sunday, Dec. 8, with nine fresh artists and eight fresh homes. Four houses are in Neuse Colony, and four are in the adjacent Neuse Colony Estates, both off NC 42 east.
All will be decorated for the holidays. Each will showcase a local artist selling art. Carols will set the scene.
Tickets are $10. Hours are 3-7 p.m.CLICK HERE to BUY TICKETS and for more information.
2013 Art Faire winners named in September
See the 2013 Art Faire Program, with a list of the artists who entered and their works. Click here to see more from Art Faire.
Three Clayton artists and one each from Goldsboro and Raleigh won awards in the 2013 Art Faire competition.
They are Jeff Horton, Carolyn Howard and Janie Prete of Clayton, Eric Schreffler
Schreffler and Horton were the major winners. Schreffler took home the $750 Margaret Ritchie Award of Excellence in fine arts for his entry, “The Rose Hat,” done by airbrush.
Horton’s photograph, “Late Fall on the Farm, won the $750 Award of Excellence for photography.
Doherty, Howard and Prete won $100 Judges’ Choice awards
Doherty’s entry was “Lonaconing Silk Mill,” a black and white photograph.
Howard’s entry was “Air Filled with Thought” in mixed media.
Prete’s entry was “The Conversation,” a watercolor.
Prete’s work also won the Sunnie Chance People’s Choice Award of $100. Voting was by those attending the reception.
The 15th annual competition was sponsored by Clayton Visual Arts, Inc.
Stephenson wins 2013 Poster ContestDon W. Stephenson, a 26-year resident of Clayton who has been drawing since before he entered the first grade, has won the 2013 Clayton Poster Contest award of $1,000. CLICK HERE to read about the Poster Contest
Millstock brought art to Clayton June 1
Click here to see more scenes and information on 2013 MILLSTOCK.
Clayton Visual Arts, Inc., is funded in part by the Town of Clayton Cultural Arts Fund.