Local artist’s work displayed in the Plunkett Gallery

Kristy Edwards will host a gallery talk tomorrow to discuss her work that will be on display until April 1.

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Kristy Edwards will host a gallery talk tomorrow to discuss her work that will be on display until April 1.

Katie Atkinson, Staff Writer

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Paintings by accomplished artist Kristy Edwards have been on display in the Plunkett Gallery since February 29. The art department hosted a reception for Edwards in the gallery on March 24 at 6:00 p.m., where she gave a gallery talk.

Edwards is a graduate of the University of Georgia. Originally hailing from Virginia, Edwards currently works as an art teacher at Stratford Academy here in Macon. Her work consists of oil paintings.

“I have always painted in oil and studied for many years with Marc Chatov,” Edwards said in a bio provided by Craig Coleman. “Also, I have had the honor to study with the world’s finest current artists, including Odd Nerdrum at Pennsylvania Academy, Hollis Dunlap, Bo Bartlett, and Albert Handell.”

Edwards serves on the board of Macon’s Museum of Arts and Sciences. Her work will be on display in the Plunkett Gallery until April 1.

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