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February 2019

Exhibit: Floating Points

February 15 - March 24
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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010000010101001001010100 (Binary Code for “Art.”) Artists using contemporary tools to create compelling imagery. Group Exhibit - Participating Artists Click on the artist's name to visit their website Thomas Athey Chalda Maloff Shirley Steele Charles Heppner Tyler Hobbs Paul McGuire Leslie Kell Floating Points Shifting the bounds of contemporary art floating point, n. – a computer representation of a decimal numeric value, having a varying number of places after the decimal; opposite of fixed point In this exhibit, seven artists offer…

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March 2019

Exhibit: 2019 GISD AP

March 29 - April 14
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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GISD AP Art Student Exhibition Art in the exhibit is by artists from both East View High School and Georgetown High School. Artworks included represent years of student dedication as they work to develop a portfolio submission to the AP College Board. Join us for the Artist Reception and meet the talented artists of GISD AP. Artist Reception: Friday, March 29, 2019 - 5 PM  

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April 2019

Exhibit: Red and Blue Windows

April 19 - May 26
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist: Caitlin G. McCollom An exhibition of original paintings. Spiritual windows bursting with blue and red light. An exploration of contemporary cathedral windows. About the Artist: Based in Austin, TX, Caitlin G McCollom is a visual artist whose conceptual paintings encapsulate metaphysical longing. Working with high flow acrylic paint, polypropylene and a paintbrush, McCollom visually expresses encounters with the unknown at the moment they are experienced.  She uses shapes that include orbs, rectangles, teardrops and hearts to represent channels for…

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