Sky's the Limit Exhibition to open August 3 at the Buddy Holly C

Sky's the Limit Exhibition to open August 3 at the Buddy Holly Center

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(Press Release)

The Buddy Holly Center is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition, Sky’s the Limit, this Friday, August 3, 2018. This open invitational exhibition will display artworks from over 50 artists in various mediums that celebrate the vast and varied West Texas sky.

Featured artists are: Angela Heath, Angie Nicholson, Anita Condit, Ann McDonald, April Terry-Griffith, April Pilley, Ashton Thornhill, Ben Dvorak, Bob Skibell, Bonnie Wilkinson, Candace Keller, Carol Koenig, Carole Daniel, Catherine Allen, Chad D. Smith, Cristena Stephens, Curt Jones, Dan English, David Pike, Debbie Carroll, Debra Brock, Deidra Brooks, Diana Cavazos Rivera, Diane Doty, Donna Davis, Donna Rose, Eddy Grigsby, Erica Sanchez, Erika Johnson, Frank Castillon, Gay Young, Ginger Sisco Cook, Ginny Mahan, Hailey Bryant, James Clinich, Janis Woodall, Jennifer Greer, Joe Hassell, Johanna Quillin, John Chinn, Judy Connell Robertson, Justin Burrus, Karen Hickerson, Katherine Liontas-Warren, Kathryn Thomas, Kenneth Weaver, Kenny Newberry, Larry Wilmot, Linn Hughes, Lou Chapman, Lyn Stoll, Malorie Cuevas, Manuel Gonzales, Marika Pineda, Mary Ann McKay, Mary Beth Woiccak, Melany Sarafis, Mike Mezack, Mitchell Wachtel, Molly Block, Nancy Woods, Naomi Hill, Nicole Hoffman, Odas Mullen, Shelly Newberry, Sherry Pena, Susan Nall, Susan Pollard, Thelma Pilley, Todd Hassell, Tom Clark, Toni Arnett, Valerie Hill, Vernon Kauffman, Wayne Greene, Willa Finley, Willie Harris.

Sky’s the Limit will be on display August 3 through September 23, 2018, in the Fine Arts Gallery at the Buddy Holly Center located at 1801 Crickets Ave. For more information on this exhibit or other events at the Buddy Holly Center, please visit www.buddyhollycenter.org, follow us on Facebook, or call (806) 775-3560. Funding for this exhibit was generously provided by the Helen Jones Foundation.

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