LUMBERTON — An exhibit at Lumberton’s Inner Peace Center for the Arts will bring together three diverse artists who share one thing in common: They all hail from the Robeson County area.
“Compilation” opens at Inner Peace Center for the Arts Thursday with a reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The exhibit, on view through November, includes work by painter Alisha Locklear, ceramicist David Ybarra and large-scale painter Burritt “Bucky” Benson.
Melvin Morris, the artist behind Inner Peace Center for the Arts, said “Compilation” is just that — a mix of varied works into one cohesive exhibit.
The exhibit will give viewers “a variety of artwork to look at from something as minimal as a 2-D piece of work to the large scale work that Bucky does and David’s 3-D work,” said Morris, who has collaborated with all three artists featured.
Thursday’s reception, which is free and open to the public, will include food and a wine tasting. All of the artists will introduce themselves and be available to speak with attendees.
Inner Peace Center for the Arts is located at 700 S. Roberts Ave.
Sarah Willets can be reached at 910-816-1974 or on Twitter @Sarah_Willets.