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A digital photograph titled “Maysville Sunset” by Holli Ann Allison is on display in the Artisan Framewerks exhibit. Local artists Brenda Salyers and Larry Dixon also are featured. (Photo by Stephanie Ockerman)

The Rowan County Arts Center, located at 205 East Main Street in Morehead, will be hosting Artisan Framewerks as is presents an art show titled “Artisan Framewerks: Revolution of Quality and Excellence” to the public.

This show features artworks from both local artists as well as artists from around the world.

The show will be open to the public from Nov. 26 until Jan. 18, 2019 during regular Arts Center hours of operation.

A reception will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1, during Hometown Holidays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The show highlights works by local artists such as Jesse Brown, Larry Dixon, Brenda Salyers and Gretchen Bainum. Also featured are works from Germany, Ghana, Scotland, Spain and other areas from around the world. Mediums exhibited are oil on canvas, acrylic, photography, wire form art, pen and pencil drawings.

All artworks are framed in solid hardwood frames manufactured by Artisan Framewerks, a Kentucky Proud certified producer of solid wood picture frame mouldings. Based in Morehead, Artisan Framewerks has been a premium producer of over 700 frame profiles since 2011 and work from this company can be found in 76 countries, all 50 states and every province of Canada.

For further information, contact Artisan Framewerks at 207-1672 or the Rowan County Arts Center at 783-9857.