Fall into Art at AODC Gallery
As the seasons change, the artists on the beautiful Georgetown Divide can’t help but be influenced by the beauty they see all around them. October’s show at the gallery welcomes the arrival of the fall colors, the harvest, and cooler weather.
October also brings the excitement of Halloween, which inspired the group to come up with “The Mask Challenge”. Each of the artists at the Gallery were given two different three dimensional masks, and challenged to use their creative skills to decorate them. These great masks can be worn or displayed, and will be available to buy during the month of October. The proceeds from the sales will go to the Arts Scholarship that Divide Friends of the Arts and Historical Society and Art on the Divide Cooperative Gallery give to graduating seniors each year.
Last but not least, this month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we are calling attention to this important cause by adding pink ribbons on the art tags in the gallery.
Local artists are invited to come in and learn more about becoming a member of AODC. Applications are at the gallery and also online at artonthedivide.com. Art On the Divide Cooperative Gallery is located at 6295 Main Street between the fire station and the American River Inn in Georgetown. Fall and winter hours are Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. The phone number is 530 333-2787 (ARTS) and more information about the gallery is available on the website.