Opening Reception: Sunday, May 5 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Jacksonville’s newest landmark is right outside our building: The Freedom Fountain! This month our artists and photographers take center stage by showing off their favorite view of the Freedom Fountain. For this exhibition we opened our show to include students from Onslow County Schools. What better way to show off our newest landmark!
The Freedom Fountain honors all individuals who have served and are serving the United States of America and especially those who have passed through Onslow County in the service of their Country. The fountain is located at the intersection of New Bridge Street and Johnson Boulevard, in the same block as the City Hall and will serve as a gateway to the downtown area at Lejeune Memorial Park where the Beirut Memorial, Vietnam Memorial and 9/11 Memorial.
The Opening Reception will be on Sunday, May 5 from 2:30pm – 4:00pm. This is an opportunity to meet the artists. The Council for the Arts is located at 826 Bridge Street in Jacksonville across from City Hall. Regular hours are from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, please call 910/455-9840.
55 Artists & photographers contributed to our show:
A Purnell, Ann Lees, Bailey Stocker, Barbara Kneher, Barbara Soos, Bernie Rosage, Sr., Bernie Rosage, Jr. Betty Brittain, BF Reed, Bob Williams, Bobby Melendez, Brenda Manheim, Christopher Gamble, Cindy Wozniak, Cody Barrentine, Connie Wenner, Curtis Russell, Dean Remington, Debbie Gleeson, Douglas Miller, Elizabeth Guevara, Elizabeth Liesse, Emily Walton, Haley Cieslinski, Hannah Liesse, Jamie Wells, Janey Watie, Jane Benson King, Jayda Copeland, Jennifer Ingram, Jillian Pruitt, Jim Phillips, Johnnie Shane, Jordan Prejean, Juhstic Turner, Kaitlin Hinton, Kathy Bunn, Kyra Nosow, Linda Haley, Madeline McAvoy, Marge Zima, Mitchell Morton, Mollie Pittman, Monica Holliday, Morgan Jarman, Olivia Rosage, Patrick Cook, Patsy Kennedy Lain, Penny Craven, Reina Abruzzo, Ruth Casey, Sherry Thurston, Stephen Greer, Sr., Sue Murphy and Torri Wimmer