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Fine Arts @ Oxford New Name for a New Decade by Amy Blades Steward

The 30th annual Fine A r ts @ Oxford, a juried exhibition and sale, kicks off with a gala celebration on Friday, May 16 from 6 to 8 p.m., and continues on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Formerly the Oxford Fine Arts Fair, the event sports a new name for a new decade and will feature nearly 40 artists from seven states. Visitors to the event, held in the beautifully renovated Oxford Communit y Center, w ill f ind a w ide variet y of t wo- and three-dimensional subject matter and media, and the works of 10 new exhibiting artists.. Featured on this year’s poster is “Alley View” by Meg Walsh of A rlington, VA. Equally at home creating plein air or studio art, she produces works drenched in light and color. Meg is represented by several prestigious galleries and has garnered numerous awards in juried exhibitions and competitions. In addit ion to get t ing a f irst glimpse of qualit y ar t, Patron’s Preview Party guests will be greeted with glasses of champagne and can expect to feast on a scrumptious medley of cocktail fare, thanks to

“Alley View” by Meg Walsh. generous support from the Bartlett Pear Inn, Captain’s Ketch, Easton Diner, Garden & Garnish, Latitude 38, Osteria Alfredo, Pope’s Tavern, the Robert Morris Inn and Scossa. A full bar, a light jazz duo, and other live entertainment will contribute to the evening’s festive atmosphere. Advance reservation is required; invitations may be requested by phone or e -ma i l to t he O x ford

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Tidewater Times May 2014

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