Arts of the Pamlico hosts annual show

Published 10:56 pm Sunday, June 24, 2018

Works by two dozen artists are featured in Arts of the Pamlico’s annual members art exhibit, currently hosted at the Turnage Theatre in downtown Washington.

The show is open and free to the public for viewing through June 30. Mediums represented include acrylics, ceramics, colored pencils, fabrics, mixed media, oils, pastels, stained glass, watercolors and wood burning.

Artists taking part in this year’s show are Belinda Alligood, Lynne Anderson, Libby Behr, Louise Bonadies, Myra Bowen, Jessica Bradsher, Cynthia Brickley-Green, Pat Carlson, Beth Clark, Kathy B. Daly, Karyn Drum, Courtney Howard, Jeffrey Jakub, Mary Alice Johnston, Betsy Kane, Norlina Kelly, Colleen Knight, Harlan MacKendrick, Carol Mann, Deborah Mitchell, Nancy Scoble, Art Tyndall, Allan Weaver and Patricia Zeggert.

The gallery is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m.

For more information on other exhibits and events hosted by Arts of the Pamlico and the Turnage Theatre, call 252-946-2504 or visit

R.I.P. WHITE BUTT, acrylic by Karyn Dunn.

MORNING DEW, wood burning by Colleen Knight.

MIA, watercolor by Jessica Bradsher.

EVENING BLUES, oil by Beth Clark.

BIRD ON THE BEACH, oil and acrylic by Belinda Alligood.