Local painter John Waite is Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames artist of the month for November through Christmas. (Photo submitted)

Christmas open house milestone for gallery

Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames is celebrating its 13th annual Christmas Open House Dec. 1

With a more than decade-long history, a local gallery owner is thankful for the support she has received from the community.

For Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames, Dec. 1 marks the 13th annual Christmas Open house.

“Over the years, I have had many art students, young and old, guest artist workshops and summertime paint and party nights,” owner Nadine Wilson said. “The contributing gallery artists will be again astounding the public for approximately six months, and the artist of the month walls will change in the new year, so fine art enthusiasts will always see a different show when they come in.

“The importance of having quality artists at Nadine’s Fine Art means never having to say I’m sorry,” Wilson exclaimed.

Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames’ Christmas Open House is Dec. 1, 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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