Once again, Cathy Green has put together the Lake James Art Show featuring local talent. It will be held at the Marion Lake Club, 634 Marion Lake Club Drive. Nebo. Times are Friday, Nov. 22 from 4-8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This year’s show will have a variety of art mediums to appeal to any art lover. There will be several artists who are new to the show.

Julie Cioffoleti, a jeweler from Morganton, will have her beautiful pieces made with sterling, gold, precious and semi-precious stones.

Courtney Long, a well-known potter from Morganton and instructor at Piedmont Community College, will be present.

Mickie Revis and her husband, Ray, are known for their local honey. Mickie has been making greeting cards that are small works of art that usually have a bee theme. She will have honey for sale too.

Nadine Fidelman will be featuring her wire- wrapped jewelry. She has a booth at the Kress Emporium in Asheville.

One of our McDowell County residents and former art teacher Karen Dark will be hanging a collection of her beautiful paintings. Emma Tarpley, daughter of James and Jenna Tarpley (returning participants), will have a display of her drawings and calligraphy.

Returning artists include: James and Jenny Tarpley (photography), Sarah Jane Oiler (wire sculpture), George Green (oil paintings), Brenda Salesman (stained glass), and Cathy Green (jewelry and paintings).

“We are looking forward to another great show.” Green said. “The Keeper’s Cut Meadery will be a part of the festivities on Friday night. All are welcome.”

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