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Kathryn Launey – May Artist of the Month

 

Kathryn B. Launey is a contemporary surrealist by approach, but the resulting artwork is symbolic. Her art combines her wonder of the natural world and how patterns reveal the fingerprint of God in everything. Launey's seventh solo show, "Evolution of an Artist", at Louisburg College, October - November 2020 was available to students, faculty, and staff face-to-face. It was closed to the public. Otherwise, the exhibit was released as a virtual show through Facebook by Professor Will Hinton. The artist has been creating artwork since she was two years old. She earned her AFA degree from Wake Tech Community College in 2015.

 

My lifelong joy in creating art is a conversation. Although I usually begin with an idea, a plan, or a theme, the artistic process evolves. Each stage of a painting, drawing, or photograph evokes the next creative direction. This free association between me and the art I am creating results in works that are reflective, intimate, and spontaneous. My Christian faith is represented by observing God in all creation. While my approach ties my art closely to my interests and beliefs, the universality of the themes welcomes encounters with a wide diversity of participant-viewers. Therefore, it is open to personal interpretations from a variety of perspectives. The longer I work as an artist, the more the experience delights me. The completion of each artistic conversation is to share this joy with others.

 

Open House & Reception – May 7th, 2022, 12 noon – 3 pm

at the Gallery on the Hill. 

Kathryn’s Art will be on display and for sale the month of May.  


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 COUNTY LINES: A LITERARY JOURNAL

          CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

         March 15 – August 15, 2022

 

County Lines: a Literary Journal is published annually by the Franklin County Writers’ Guild, showcasing a curated collection of the finest poetry, prose, and artwork by creators of all ages from all over Franklin County, North Carolina, the United States, and the world. 

 

Writers and artists whose work is accepted for publication in County Lines: A Literary Journal Vol. 10. 2022 will receive one complimentary copy of the journal. All proceeds from sales of the journal help to fund the Franklin County Arts Council’s efforts to promote and support the arts in Franklin County, NC

 

Entries must be submitted by email and received by August 15, 2022.

       Downlod guidelines and submit entries and questions to email address:

 

                fcaccountylinessubmissions@fcacarts.org

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 WRITING MINI RETREAT

           June 29, 2022 - 10:00 AM

 

The Franklin County Arts Council Writer's Guild will host a writing meet-and-greet on Wednesday, June 29, at Falls Lake's beautiful Beaver Dam recreation facility. These gatherings occur in every month which has a fifth Wednesday, and are open to writers and poets of all levels of expertise who wish to learn more about the Writer’s Guild.

 
No registration or entry fee is required, though the park charges an entry fee of $7 per vehicle ($5 for seniors) between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Bring a bag lunch, your preferred writing materials, and your questions.Writing Mini-Retreat

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99 South Bickett Blvd. 
Louisburg NC 27549
919-497-6910 fcac.arts@fcacarts.org

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