WEST JEFFERSON — Opening Wednesday, Jan. 8, the Ashe County Arts Council has welcomed the first new exhibit of 2020 to the Arts Center, “Patterns.”

The exhibit focuses on patterns of all kinds, manmade or naturally occurring. The media on display vary from photography and paint to wood burning and fiber.

The artists involved in the exhibit include Scot Pope, Evalynn Halsey, Lydia de laCerda, Deb Jones, Carla Houck and JoAnn Pippin.

“Patterns” will be on display through Friday, Feb. 7.

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