ENTERTAINMENT

Neu Art exhibit continues at Ground Floor in Surprise

Posted 1/15/22

Ground Floor Artists Gallery will have its latest art show titled “NEU ART/NEW YEAR” on display through Jan. 31.

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ENTERTAINMENT

Neu Art exhibit continues at Ground Floor in Surprise

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Ground Floor Artists Gallery will have its latest art show titled “NEU ART/NEW YEAR” on display through Jan. 31.

The gallery is open from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. every Wednesday through Saturday.

This exhibit features work by artists from “Neu Art Group,” whose members are from several art organizations in Arizona. Some of these professional artists have been together for more than 15 years and are represented in galleries locally and nationally.

This show of more than 100 two dimensional paintings will include mixed media, acrylics, oil and watercolors.

A reception took place Jan. 14.

All are invited to view the large gallery and meet the many artists who have studios there. The location is Ground Floor Artists, 13343 Foxfire Drive, Suite 3.

For information, call Arlen Madole at 623-734-3965.

Ground Floor Artists continues to have art classes available. Check out groundfloorartists.com to register for classes and upcoming events.

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