Ephraim, Wis. (August 21, 2020) – The Hardy Gallery’s annual Community Mosaic Project is on display beginning August 15, and consists of more than 212 individual 6”x 6” canvases made by members of the community. Celebrating its 13th year, the Community Mosaic Project continues to have strong support and celebration of this unique community‐engaging project. The project is part of an initiative to engage and enrich the community through the visual arts as well as provide a means for fundraising, which directly supports the Hardy Gallery. Thanks to the Artists Guild’s sponsorship each year, the Hardy has been able to continue to provide free canvases to community members to decorate and return for the final installation.
The canvases are available for public purchase from the gallery at $30 each. Purchases can be made on the phone, email, or stopping into the gallery located at 3083 Anderson Lane, Ephraim, WI 54211. The Community Mosaic Project will remain on view until September 13 and runs in conjunction with the Collection Invitational and Collector’s Choice Benefit. For more information about the project check out the Hardy Gallery’s website: www.thehardy.org or call the office at 920-854-2210.
Due to Covid-19, there will be no opening reception.
Admission to the gallery is FREE. New Hours for 2020: Open Daily 12-5 pm, Closed Tuesdays, and Thursdays.Gallery Guidelines in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Maintain 6ft Apart, Face Mask Required, Sanitize Hands. The gallery is located in the heart of Ephraim’s historic district on Anderson Dock (3083 Anderson Lane). For more information, call 920-854-2210 or visit www.thehardy.org.
About the Hardy Gallery
The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts, Inc. is a non-profit organization working to support the visual arts and artists of Door County, providing non-commercial exhibition space to local and regional artists of all ages and abilities who may or may not have outside gallery representation. The organization operates the iconic Hardy Gallery located in Ephraim’s historic graffiti covered Anderson warehouse.