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‘Kindred’ art exhibit on view this week

Kindred,” a three-day art exhibit is coming to downtown Oxford from Dec. 1 to 3.

The unique location for the exhibit, the recently renovated Hook Building, allows for showcasing experimental and innovative works in a non-traditional setting.

“Kindred” featuring the works of twelve talented women artists from Oxford and surrounding areas. This captivating showcase highlights the diverse and compelling perspectives these artists bring to the art scene.  “Kindred” is a celebration of the spirit of sisterhood that binds these remarkable women together. The exhibition aims to provide a platform for these artists to share their unique visions and stories while fostering a sense of community and support.

The participating artists are Lisa Baird, Francis Beaty, Ellen Durkan, Helen Mason, Phyllis Mayes, Constance McBride, Rachel Romano, Nancy Sarangoulis, Lynda Schmid, Joy Smoker, Valetta, and Vicki Vinton. They represent a wide array of artistic styles, mediums, and backgrounds, reflecting the rich tapestry of the local art community. From vibrant paintings to intricate sculptures, each piece tells a story of individuality and collective strength.

The Hook Building is located at 45 South 3rd Street in Oxford.

The opening reception is this Friday from 4 to 9 p.m.

The hours for Saturday are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and for Sunday the hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Admission is free and open to the public. Some artwork will be for sale and 20 percent of sales will benefit the Oxford Arts Alliance.