Artists Shirley Hill, Penny Nossett and Kathy Whitehead bill themselves as the “Color Pencil Girls” and visitors to Helen Arts & Heritage Center’s upcoming show, “Mountain Matters,” will have a chance to see why. The three artists, along with Jared Kaup of lifefire pottery in Toccoa, will display their work as featured artists for the “Mountain Matters” show.
Although Hill, Nossett and Whitehead all use colored pencils, each is able to express her own personality through her work.
“Mountain Matters” will be on view at the Helen Arts & Heritage Center beginning Thursday, March 21. A reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. today at the Helen Arts and Heritage Center located at 25 Chattahoochee St., in Helen.
The show will run through May 18. The event is free and open to the public. The next exhibit, “Dreamwork,” opens on Thursday, April 23.
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