From now through the end of the month, the Bowen Center for the Arts is displaying two exciting new art and photography shows.
According to information provided by the Bowen, the center is displaying “Brad Fox Photography”, a collection of visual pieces photographed by microbiologist-turned photographer John Bradley Fox.
Fox is originally from Tennessee, lived in Atlanta for some time and moved to Dahlonega in 2011 to enjoy the mountains. Fox photographs the Georgia landscape, from waterfalls and plants to birds and insects. He has attended classes with several well-recognized photographers and enjoys sharing critiques and tips with other photographers through being part of a group at the Bowen.
The other show currently on display at the Bowen is the “Bowen Member Art and Photography” exhibit. The show features all kinds of art created by Bowen members, from 2D and 3D art to crafts, clay, calligraphy, wood, jewelry and more.
Both shows will be on display at the Bowen from now until Jan. 27.
The Bowen Center for the Arts is located at 334 Highway 9 North in Dawsonville and is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. For more information about the Bowen or about its current and upcoming shows, go to bowenarts.org or call 706-216-2787.