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Saturday, May 31, 2008

The Bath House Cultural Center presents "Outside the Lines 8," a juried exhibition of mixed media art, June 7-28, 2008. An opening reception with the artists will be held on Saturday, June 7, 2008 from 7 to 9 PM. Both the exhibition and the reception are free and open to the public.

About the Exhibition:
Outside the Lines 8 features forty local and regional artists and presents works in different media, including painting, sculpture, photography, etchings, installation art and mixed media. This exhibition was created to celebrate the transcendent, innovative and experimental work of local and regional visual artists. Since its inception in 2000, this exhibition has gained a reputation for being a vital showcase of inventive artworks created by contemporary artists.

About the Artists:
The artists participating in this exhibition are: Candace Austin, Rita Barnard, Steven A. Benezue, Kelly Berry, Tayana Bessmertnaya, Penelope Bisbee, Chris Blackhurst, Tim Bolt, Jim Burton, Dorothy Chabay-Dempsey, Rhonda Chitwood, Marissa Colomo, Christa Diepenbrock, Nathaniel Glaspie, John Green, Valery Guignon, William Hall, Susan Kandell, Gerry Kano, Jorge Martinez, Jean McComas, Louis Cayle McKernan, Clay McLain, Julia McLain-Echols, Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman, Nikki Myers, Amy Newfeld, Skip Noah, Rachel Obranovich, Jen Pascual, kate Schatz, Elisabeth Shalij Olsen, Kitty Alice Snead, James Michael Starr, Jeanne Sturdevant, Madeleine Terry, Silvia Thornton, Giovanni Valderas, Steve Van Gelder and Trey Wright.

About the Jurors:
The artwork included in Outside the Lines 8 was selected by Marty Ray, 3-D Art Coordinator and Professor at North Lake College and Chair Person of the White Rock Lake Artist Studio Tour; Elizabeth Mellot-Carreón, Photography Professor at Collin College; Mary Morgan, Painting Professor at Dallas Baptist University; and Dahlia Woods, Gallery Director of the Dahlia Woods Gallery.

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