Benefit Art Show and Sale Scheduled in Waxhaw on Oct. 6

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Stewart’s Village Gallery and Eightlegs Gallery will co-host the 2017 Mini Masters Benefit Charity Art Show and Sale on Friday, Oct. 6 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event runs through Oct. 14

Stewart’s Village Gallery is located at 116 McDonald St. in Waxhaw while Eightlegs Gallery is located at 310 E. South Main St. in Waxhaw.

This is the third year for the event and each year the Waxhaw Arts Council chooses a Union County charity and the members contribute 5×5 works of art to sell. Each piece is $35 and this gives the community the opportunity to own an original piece of art a very affordable price.

“Works available for purchase are in several different mediums including watercolors, clay, glass, and fiber,” said Holly Stewart of Stewart’s Village Gallery. “The response has been fabulous and each year the event gets more popular.”

This year’s opening reception will be from 5-8 p.m on Oct. 6 at the two locations and will feature food, drink and live music as a community celebration. Both Stewart’s Village Gallery and Eightlegs Gallery will be hosting the event. Please feel free to contact Stewarts’s Village Gallery at 704-843-5638 or Eightlegs Gallery at 704-843-1662 for more information.

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Paul Nielsen
Nielsen was a sports writer for what is now the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for nearly 32 years before moving to North Carolina in February 2016. At the Democrat-Gazette, Nielsen's primary responsibility was beat coverage for Rogers High School. Rogers is a Class 7A school located in Northwest Arkansas.
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