Greg Benson, Kim Shockley Karelson, and Jill Schultz Mcgannon are the featured artists in the up and coming exhibition “3 Points of View: Landscapes” presented by the Madison Artists Guild. Each painter has created large landscape paintings from his or her distinct point of view.
In spite of making his home in Georgia, Greg Benson never quite shed his Pennsylvania upbringing and many of his most recent paintings fuse childhood memories with the still intact scenery of Lower Millford Township P.A. Kim Shockley Karelson is a fourth generation Shockley, a family that has lived in the Madison area for over 140 years. She enjoys painting the southern landscape from small vignettes to large vistas. Jill Schultz Mcgannon paints small plein air paintings on location and larger pieces in her studio. Her favorite destinations for plein air painting include the Georgia coast, the mountains of North Carolina, and the Italian countryside .
This exhibition is the second of quarterly exhibitions in 2012 sponsored by the Madison Artists Guild at Town 220. “3 Points of View: Landscapes” opens May 3rd from 6-8 p.m., kicking off the Madison Tour of Homes and running through July 28th, 2012.
The Madison Artists Guild is a non profit organization founded in 1985 to educate and encourage artistic endeavor in it’s members and the community.
Through July 28.
Town 220 Restaurant and Gallery
220 W. Washington St.
Madison, GA 30605