Come check out the exhibit, "Beautiful Silence", by Kelly Heck - Feb 4 2012

Photography by Kelly Heck, Westminster, Maryland In exactly one month, the reception for my solo show opens! I hope to see many of my local friends and community out to enjoy the show.

Guests will also enjoy shows in the center’s other gallery spaces when stopping by. Other February shows include Michael Langley, Brooklyn NY based painter, the Baltimore Watercolor Society juried show, Richard Weiblinger macro photography and Cardew Evans, mixed media wall sculpture.

For more details about the show (date/time/location), please continue reading the invitation, below! Thanks!

You are invited to attend a photographic exhibition at The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, 40 S. Carroll Street, Frederick, MD. Meet the artist, Kelly Heck, on February 4, 2012 from 3:00 pm till 5:00 pm and enjoy the Beautiful Silence series, which features winter landscapes in and around Carroll County, Maryland. If you cannot attend the reception, please consider stopping by during the show from January 28th till March 25th.

If you could, please RSVP! I would love to know who's able to attend. You can RSVP on Facebook or LinkedIn:
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If you have any questions feel free to contact me (Kelly) or contact The Delaplaine directly at 301.698.0656.
Thanks so much, and hope to see you soon!

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

2 responses to Come check out the exhibit, "Beautiful Silence", by Kelly Heck - Feb 4 2012

  1. Sandy Eaton says:

    Hi Kelly, Your Granddad and I are planning to attend your opening. I think Aunt Dee and Uncle Bob are planning to come, not sure. Talk to you soon.

  2. Kelly Heck says:

    I'm glad you are able to come! Maybe we can go out for dinner afterwards... or if I'm still talking to people you all and my parents could go out and I could meet you later. :)