The Georgetown Art Center and the Georgetown Public Library are the locations for the 2015 Art Hop exhibit. Now in its eighth year, the Art Hop is a statewide arts competition that celebrates Texas artists. Hundreds of artists from 71 cities across Texas entered works in the competition; 150 works of art from 112 artists were selected to be exhibited in the show.
Winners in the competition are listed on the Georgetown Art Center website.
The competition categories included 2D Abstract, 2D Representational, 3D, Photography, and Printmaking. The 2015 Art Hop Judge Panel included Fidéncio Duran, Claude Van Lingen, Jason Makepeace, Donna De Cesare, and Lynwood Kreneck.
An artist reception and awards ceremony was held on Sunday, Oct. 4, from 2-5. The progressive reception took place at both the Georgetown Art Center and at the Georgetown Public Library in sequence.
The exhibit is free and open to the public, and will run at both locations through Oct. 31. The Georgetown Art Center is at 816 South Main Street, and the Georgetown Public Library is at 402 West 8th Street. For more information, visit georgetownartcentertx.org.