Fine art done fast

Photos by Sara Hertwig
Posted 8/3/21

Forty artists flocked to Georgetown and Silver Plume last week to participate in the fourth annual Georgetown Plein Air festival. Each artist, painting outdoors, created one to three works. The event …

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Fine art done fast

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Forty artists flocked to Georgetown and Silver Plume last week to participate in the fourth annual Georgetown Plein Air festival. Each artist, painting outdoors, created one to three works.

The event culminated in an opening night reception on July 31 at Georgetown Heritage Center gallery, where the art created over the two days was displayed for the first time.

Those paintings will be on display and available for sale through 15th.

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