Jan. 15, 2018 PLYMOUTH VOICE.
Plymouth Michigan News
The Plymouth Community Arts Council has announced its annual Members’ Exhibit Awards. The exhibit is held in December each year to showcase the work of member artists.
The theme for this show was “Inspired,” with members including a statement about the inspiration for their work. From childhood memories and the beauty of nature, to the loss of a baby, the Great Eclipse and an African safari, sources of inspiration for these artists came from real life experiences.
People’s Choice Award Lance Rosol, “Totality: The Great Eclipse of 2017”; People’s Choice Honorable Mention Denise Cassidy Wood, “Red Lily #552”; Director’s Choice Award Lisa Mistiuk, “All That Remains”; Best In Show First Place Nancy Bahr, “The Beauty of The Birches”; Best In Show Honorable Mentions: Nick Bair, “Hippopotamus and Her Reflection” and Janith Rolston, “Zebra”.
PCAC Membership is open to anyone in the greater community and benefits programming and operations for the non-profit arts organization. The PCAC has been providing quality arts experiences for the citizens of greater Western Wayne County since 1969. The Annual Open Juried Exhibit held in April is open to both member and non-member artists in the SE Michigan area. Eleven solo, group, scholarship and student exhibits round out the schedule each year.
Many art businesses and retail establishments in Plymouth that display artwork, however the Plymouth Community Arts Council is one of the only places that artists can submit and exhibit their work year round.
The Plymouth Community Arts Council is located at 774 N. Sheldon Road in Plymouth.
Gallery Photo: Lisa Howard, PCAC