"Miniature Masterpieces" debuts this Saturday in Hyannis

Pearl Street Holiday Art Show and Guyer Art Barn opening reception for Miniature Masterpieces features over 20 artists
"Lovers", 10" x 15" pigment print by Anita Winstanley-Roark. Courtesy of the Town of Barnstable.

Visit with local artists on Pearl Street during the Pearl Street Holiday Art Show and opening reception for the group show, Miniature Masterpieces at Guyer Art Barn, 250 South Street, Hyannis  on Saturday, December 4th from 6 to 8pm.  The exhibit features over 20 local artists and all works are under 25 inches.  Miniature Masterpieces  is on display December 4th through January 9, 2011.  Guyer Art Barn hours are noon-4pm Saturdays and Sundays.  The artist studios also will be open during the day on Saturday, December 4th as a part of the Main Street Hyannis Holiday stroll.

Sarah Holl's Artspace, the artist work studios @50 Pearl and the Guyer Art Barn welcome visitors to share in the holiday spirit all month long.  Enjoy the colorful studios with works as individual as the artists who create them, on display and advantageously priced for the season.  Sarah Holl Artspace is open every Saturday, 1pm to 4pm and always by appointment.

The Guyer Art Barn is a showcase for emerging and established local artists in a wide variety of genres.   It is a working artist studio and professional artist gallery supporting and promoting the arts where visitors gather to enjoy changing exhibitions, classes and workshops. The Barn plays a key role as part of the artist campus of the Shirley Blair Flynn Center for the Arts, a unique artist live/work space developed by the Town of Barnstable.

Courtesy of the Town of Barnstable.

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