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Meet Artist Mike Guyot at Beck Center
A unique art exhibition, “The Left-Handed Line of Mike Guyot”, featuring the distinctive work of local artist Mike Guyot opens Friday, February 15 in the Jean Bulicek Galleria at Beck Center. Guests are invited to meet the artist at an opening night reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m. As always, exhibitions at Beck Center are free and open to the public.
Guyot describes himself as an “architectural impressionist” who does his work freehand with a rapidograph ink pen. “Every brick and shingle is drawn one at a time, either from a photograph or in real life,” commented Guyot. “The drawings are finished with several layers of acrylic wash.” This technique has earned Mr. Guyot several awards including the Cain Park Judge’s Award (2010-2012), first place at the Hudson Art on the Green and Berea Arts Festival (2012), and Best in Show at the Lakewood Arts Festival, Crocker Park Arts Festival (2012), among many others. Guyot’s exhibit will be on display at Beck Center through March 10.
More About Beck Center for the Arts
Beck Center for the Arts is a non-profit performing arts and arts education organization which offers the community professional theatrical productions, creative arts therapies, curriculum-based arts education in dance, music, theater and visual arts and more. The Beck Center for the Arts also hosts year-round art exhibits which feature local, regional and international artists. The high-end coffee shop Beck Café is also a staple of The Beck Center for the Arts, and is considered a favorable spot to gather before and after performances.
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