Art on a Limb Presented by The Pottery Place of Huntington & Charleston
November 26 - January 5, 2020
In the Virginia Van Zandt Great Hall, at the entrance to the Museum, is the 12-foot tall Palette Tree. This tree, filled with more than 50 one-on-a-kind palettes, displays works by different artists while openly showcasing their individual style. While each piece is made from an artist’s palette, different mediums of art are showcased to show the unique and ever-changing creativity from regional artists.
Throughout the different gallery spaces in the Museum, the creativity continues with additional trees. Each of these trees is decorated by an area artist group. Participating groups include the West Virginia Bead Society; Tri-Area Needle Arts; the Western Weavers Guild of the West Virginia Basketmakers; and the Calligraphers Guild. Other artists participating include folk artists, woodworkers and woodturners.
Art on a Limb is Presented by The Pottery Place of Huntington & Charleston.
The Palette Tree