How much fun can an artist have with line?
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Come to Art on the Divide Gallery on Sunday, Jan. 13 and see the various ways that some of the local artists have interpreted “walking the line.”
Art on the Divide Gallery in Georgetown wanted to create a special exhibit of original art, interpreting the title of one of Johnny Cash’s most well-known and best-loved songs, “I Walk the Line.”
Capture two events in one day as Music on the Divide brings The Cash Tribute Show to Georgetown. The show features James Garner, who honors the life and music of legendary singer Johnny Cash.
The gallery members invite the public to enjoy a pre-concert visit from 1 to 4 p.m. and have some refreshments and meet some of the artists. The artists are always happy to discuss their approach and the artistic tools they employ.
This exhibit will be in place for the month of January and winter hours are Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The gallery is located in one of Georgetown’s historical buildings at 6295 Main St., halfway between the fire station and the American River Inn.
For more information call 530-333-2787 or check the Website at artonthedivide.com.