Atlanta (December 28) — Kilpatrick Stockton, continuing its tradition of supporting the arts, announced today that it is sponsoring the opening of the unique “Arts for the Parks” exhibit — an exhibition with over 100 works designed to enhance public awareness of the country’s national parks.
The opening is Saturday, January 8, 5:00 -9:00 PM at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia.
The Arts for The Parks competition was created in 1986 by the National Park Academy of the Arts, in cooperation with the National Park Foundation. The program is designed to celebrate representational artists, enhance public awareness of the National Parks, and to contribute to programs benefiting the National Park System as well as the public. This exhibition will feature the top 100 works from the 2004 competition. The Grand Prize winner receives $25,000 and other awards are presented for the best work from each region of the country. All artwork not already sold at previous venues will be available for purchase.
The Booth Museum is the nation’s premier gallery featuring a collection of contemporary Western American art and galleries devoted to Western illustration, Presidential letters and portraits, Western movie posters and contemporary Civil War art. For more, go to www.boothmuseum.org.
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For more information, contact Nancy Lochman at 404-532-6974.