Art Gallery October Schedule

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KD Morris Art Gallery – October Schedule

ART:
For the month of October, the gallery will be featuring 11 new artists for a group exhibition. Current paintings will come down and the gallery will be dressed in a whole new wardrobe of mediums: glass art, pencil drawings, mixed media, paintings, sculpture, photography, cork art, and even felt jewelry. The artwork will be up for the entire month, but do come and meet the artists during their reception on Saturday evening, October 9, from 5-7pm. Wine will be flowing, appetizers will be served, and hopefully, we’ll have some live music lined up as well.

WINE:
The wine racks were looking rather pitiful after the final season push of Labor Day visitors collected their cases, but the racks have been replenished with your favorites as well as several new wines suggested by some of you, as well as by my distributors. Chardonnay lovers, come in and see what’s new! And those of you who like a distinctive red, there are some new ones for you as well, one of which we’ll be tasting tomorrow evening.
Tomorrow’s lineup looks like this:

2008 Lucky Star Chardonnay
(Come and rediscover this one; the namesake Pinot Noir became a best seller this summer, but this little star may have been overlooked)

2008 Pillar Box White
(A pillar box is a free-standing post box, in the United Kingdom and Ireland, where mail is deposited to be collected by the Royal Mail. In this case, it is a free standing bottle, into which a delicious blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Verdelho has been deposited.)

Horse Heaven Hills Merlot “H3” (Columbia Crest)
(In by popular request!; the “H3” Cabernet is also now available in the shop)

2006 Red Lion Cabernet Sauvignon
(A smooth and supple wine for such an intense, intimidating label!)

Cheese and crackers will still be provided as well.
See you there!

Kd Morris Art Gallery & Wine Shop
3422 Holden Beach Rd. * Holden Beach, NC
Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 2-7pm
http://www.kdmorris.net/
(910) 477- 7093

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