Currently on Exhibit:
"The Art of Marquetry"
The November exhibit at The 567 will be "The Art of Marquetry," featuring woodworking by Errol Bruce.
Caribbean born, self-taught artist Errol P. Bruce, creates life through art with the use of marquetry. The process of marquetry involves inlaying small pieces of variously colored wood or other materials, chiefly used for the decoration of furniture. This technique dates back to 16th century France. Although originally used as a decorative technique in furniture making and craftwork, Errol Bruce has transformed marquetry into a mesmerizing art form.
Join us on First Friday for the opening reception. November 3, 6-9 pm. The exhibit will be on display until November 24.
December Favorite Things: Artwork for $100 and under
January Hazy Forms: Fumage art by Heather McLaurin
February Think Pink Committee presents "Pink Poodle Parade"
About the gallery
The gallery at The 567 Center for Renewal features monthly art exhibits in a wide range of mediums. Depending on the exhibit, we may feature students, amateurs, or professional artists. The focus is on local artists, but we do invite artists from across the Southeast to exhibit from time to time. If you like the artwork you see, the art is usually for sale, depending on the exhibit.
The gallery is open 11 am-4 pm, Monday through Friday. On the second Thursday of each month we stay open until 9 pm, and on the first Friday of each month we feature the opening reception for the new exhibit from 6 to 9 pm. Admission is free. Please drop by and say hello!
Call for Artists
We are currently accepting submissions for our December exhibit, "Favorite Things: Artwork for $100 and under." This exhibit will include artwork in a variety of mediums, including paintings, sculpture, photography, jewelry and more. For details, guidelines, and other information about submitting your work, click here to view the call for artists.