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The Stokes County Arts Council has postponed the opening reception for local artists Monica L. Marshall and Monty Stevens due to the anticipated inclement weather.


The opening reception in the Apple Gallery was originally scheduled for Jan. 25, but the reception has now been rescheduled to Friday, Feb. 1 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Apple Gallery, Stokes County Arts Council, 500 N. Main Street, Danbury. The public is invited to attend the reception and meet the artists.


The viewing of this exhibit and opening reception is free to the public. The exhibit will be open from Jan. 23-Feb. 19. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call the Stokes County Arts Council at 336-593-8159 or visit www.stokesarts.org.


Monica L. Marshall, a native of King, has recently found her love for turning lifeless, gray clay into something to be marveled and functional at the same time. She always had the motive to throw pottery, but in August 2010 she decided to turn that motive into motion. Marshall enjoys sharing her craft with others by giving pottery lessons and molding one of a kind creations through commission. Marshall is the proud artist of Sunrise Bungalow Pottery in King and has been featured in the Foothills Times Magazine.


Monty Stevens, a native of Westfield, is enthusiastic about photography and loves to see the world through his viewfinder. His interests vary from sunrises and sunsets to nature, cars, landscapes and portraits. Stevens also provides custom framing. Visit his website at www.montystevensphotographysmugmug.com for a sampling of his work. Monty Stevens Photography is being featured in the January/February 2013 issue of Yadkin Valley Living Magazine.

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