Celebrating ‘5’ at Gallery at 409


Singer Cee Cee Miller performs at the opening reception for “5” at Gallery at 409.


“5” is the latest show to open at Gallery at 409 on Main Street in downtown Point Pleasant. The show features work from five different artists, using a variety of mediums and contains 150 pieces. “5” is in specific reference to Carmen Schultz and Barbara Abels who create unique pottery, photographer Jesse Thornton, painter Cheryl Lund, and furniture designer Joseph Elbert. The show runs through November.


Singer Cee Cee Miller performs at the opening reception for “5” at Gallery at 409.

“5” is the latest show to open at Gallery at 409 on Main Street in downtown Point Pleasant. The show features work from five different artists, using a variety of mediums and contains 150 pieces. “5” is in specific reference to Carmen Schultz and Barbara Abels who create unique pottery, photographer Jesse Thornton, painter Cheryl Lund, and furniture designer Joseph Elbert. The show runs through November.

Singer Cee Cee Miller performs at the opening reception for “5” at Gallery at 409.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.8-PPR-4092.jpgSinger Cee Cee Miller performs at the opening reception for “5” at Gallery at 409.

“5” is the latest show to open at Gallery at 409 on Main Street in downtown Point Pleasant. The show features work from five different artists, using a variety of mediums and contains 150 pieces. “5” is in specific reference to Carmen Schultz and Barbara Abels who create unique pottery, photographer Jesse Thornton, painter Cheryl Lund, and furniture designer Joseph Elbert. The show runs through November.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.8-PPR-409.jpg“5” is the latest show to open at Gallery at 409 on Main Street in downtown Point Pleasant. The show features work from five different artists, using a variety of mediums and contains 150 pieces. “5” is in specific reference to Carmen Schultz and Barbara Abels who create unique pottery, photographer Jesse Thornton, painter Cheryl Lund, and furniture designer Joseph Elbert. The show runs through November.
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