Since its opening in 1991, the interior walls of the Meeting House have served as a backdrop for the works of painters, photographers, and mixed-media visual artists. We have had a wide variety of art exhibitions and our congregation looks forward to new artistís displays.
Do you know an artist or photographer who might be interested in exhibiting in our Meeting House? Themes of particular interest to our church members include spirituality, nature and social issues, although the full range of art styles are encouraged and welcome. The art exhibit changes about seven or eight times a year, and the Visual Arts Committee will be glad to contact interested parties.
The Arts Council approves all artwork, samples of which are provided by the artist for review. Between 20 and 24 pieces of suitably framed and wired artwork can be accommodated on the walls of the Meeting House, which are equipped with adjustable hooks, chain and lighting.
Artwork can be for sale; the church requests a donation of 20 percent of total sales. Artists may have a reception in the Meeting House when the exhibit first opens.
Two paintings from the fall 2016 exhibition in the Meeting House featuring paintings by Michael R. Thompson