Plan-Ahead Event: Delta Cultural Center Hosts “Nothing But the Blues” Opening Reception on Feb. 5

“Plan-Ahead Event” blogs are posted early in the week and feature events and festivals that are popular or unique…and give readers plenty of time to make plans to attend!

 
Kimberly J. Williams
 
If you love art and music, you need to plan on heading to Helena-West Helena this Saturday!

The Delta Cultural Center is hosting an opening reception for their new temporary exhibit, “Nothing But the Blues: Watercolor Portraits by Laurie Goldstein–Warren” on Feb. 5, beginning at 6 p.m. The event is being held in the museum’s Visitors Center, located at 141 Cherry St. Many of the paintings featured in the exhibition are from photos taken by the artist at the 25th annual King Biscuit Blues Festival in October 2010.

The evening features refreshments and great live music provided by Ernest “Guitar” Roy. It is free and open to the public. Maybe I’ll see you there!

Laurie Goldstein-Warren’s artwork has been exhibited in national and international shows. She is a signature member of the West Virginia Watercolor Society, Baltimore Watercolor Society, and the Texas Watercolor Society. She is also a member of the National Watercolor Society and American Watercolor Society. In 2008, Laurie was chosen as one of the top 100 artists in the Paint America Paint the Parks National Artist Competition for her painting Hunter’s Eyes.

The exhibit will be displayed through May 31. For more information, contact the Delta Cultural Center at 800-358-0972.

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One comment on “Plan-Ahead Event: Delta Cultural Center Hosts “Nothing But the Blues” Opening Reception on Feb. 5
  1. Jeanne Seagle says:

    Laurie’s art was great and there was some wonderful rockin’ blues happening too- The Cultural Center is a really fine art, music, and history resource close to home.

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