Polly Gott A Lifetime of Seeing Exhibit through March 26

Polly Gott A Lifetime of Seeing Exhibit through March 26
Polly Gott A Lifetime of Seeing Exhibit through March 26

01/20/2022 - 03/26/2022
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
The Arts Center

 

The Madison County Arts Council is proud to present an exhibit and sale showcasing the work of Polly Gott, one of our county’s most prolific and unique artisans.

“If I could spend my whole life outdoors, I would,” says Polly Gott, painter, sculptor, farmer, adventurer, who doesn’t like feeling a roof over her head.  “Painting is another way of expressing my feelings for this terrain and forest land I love. Anything that you love, you want to paint it!”

 

You can see Polly’s work—without the drive into the wilds of Shelton Laurel’s rhododendron thickets, which once sheltered Civil War fugitives and moonshine makers—from mid-January through mid-March, adorning the walls of the Madison County Arts Council in Marshall. The works selected represent Polly’s unique way of seeing, a lifetime’s legacy, encapsulating her love of the land she has made her home.

This show is free and open to the public.

Hours are:

10am-5pm Monday – Friday

10am – 3pm Saturday

Closed Sunday

On Thursday, January 27 from 4:00-7:00pm, Polly will be at the Arts Council to meet and greet enthusiasts of her work. Drop by, warm your hands, listen to the melodies of Peter Gott’s banjo in the background, step into the mountains themselves, be a traveler in time through the artist’s eye. Snow date for the opening is Thursday, February 3rd.

You can see more of Polly’s work HERE

Please call (828)649-1301 for more information.

 

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