Ground Floor exhibit in Surprise captures outdoor wonders

Posted 6/3/23

Ground Floor Artists unveiled its juried exhibit, “The Great Outdoors.” on May 31.

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Ground Floor exhibit in Surprise captures outdoor wonders


Ground Floor Artists, 13343 W. Foxfire Drive, Suite 3, unveiled its juried exhibit, “The Great Outdoors,” on May 31, showcasing an extraordinary collection of artworks in various mediums, both 2D and 3D, that capture the breathtaking beauty of nature.

This exhibition will run for two months until Saturday, July 29, providing art enthusiasts with an immersive experience in the wonders of the natural world.

To kick off this exhibit Ground Floor Artists will host an artist reception from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, June 9 at its gallery.

This event offers an opportunity for attendees to connect with the talented artists, gain insights into their creative processes and share their admiration for nature’s wonders.

Featuring a diverse range of themes such as landscapes, animals, weather, flowers and people enjoying nature, “The Great Outdoors” invites artists to express their unique perspectives on the magnificence found in the surroundings.

This showcase is designed to engage and inspire visitors, fostering a deeper appreciation for the harmony and serenity of the great outdoors.