Cornerstone Art Gallery: Exhibit "Things I See"

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The Cornerstone Art Gallery is proud to announce that beginning Monday, November, 28th, 2011 Mr. Wayne Stacy will bring his full solo show "Things I See" to our gallery in Frankfort, KY.

Specializing in landscape and natural wonders photography, Mr. Stacy has traveled all over the United States and Internationally to bring us all images of what he sees through his lens.

A few of Mr. Stacy's accomplishments include:

2007 Kentucky State Parks photo essay winner.
2010 Participating artist in the FEI World Equestrian Games Art Festival.
2010 U.S. National Park photo study artist.
2011 Kentucky Derby Festival photo study artist.
2011 Al Smith Fellowship and Emerging Artist Award applicant artist.
2011 Louisville Visual Art Association exhibiting artist for the "Month Of Maker's" exhibit, celebrating the 78th anniversary of Maker's Mark Bourbon.

Mr. Stacy is a juried artist in several of the regions art guilds, including Augusta, Mount Sterling, Mercer County, The Giles Society, just to name a few.

He brings to the Cornerstone many of his most popular regional works as well as new works from his 2010 "My Odyssey" U.S. National Park photo study, and his 2011 "Kentucky Fall" photo study.

More than thirty original and limited edition works will be on display until Friday, January 6th, 2012.

There will be a public artist meet and greet Friday, December 16th, 2011, from 5pm to 9pm.

We hope you will visit the Cornerstone often during the course of this exhibit and you will consider this an open invitation to attend the artist meet and greet.

The Cornerstone will be open daily Monday - Friday, from Noon to 8pm throughout the holiday season for the convenience of our customers, and their holiday shopping.

Sincerely

The Management
Cornerstone Art and Events Gallery
100 East Broadway, Frankfort, KY. 40601
502.352.2400

View more information about Mr. Stacy on his fan page @ www.facebook.photographic-magic.com and his website @ www.photographic-magic.com

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