Works by 20 area artists are on display, said information from the gallery.
“This is a richly varied exhibit, with several large-scale works,” Main Street Department Leader Beverly Abell said in a prepared statement. “We also have a combination of two- and three-dimensional pieces for visitors to view and enjoy.”
Artwork is selected for exhibit based on a jury process. Artists submit documentation and digital images of their work to be considered by a jury comprised of artists.
Judges, without knowing who submits the work, score the submitted pieces on a numeric basis. The highest-scoring pieces are selected for exhibit.
The artwork with the highest score overall is named Best in Show.