Fourth Friday in February

February 22, 2011
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Glass artist Robert Levin's work will be on display at Cape Fear Studios from February 25 to March 23.

An opening night reception for acclaimed glass artist Robert Levin will held Friday, February 25, at Cape Fear Studios in Fayetteville, N.C. The reception marks the opening of Levin's special exhibit of glass and multimedia art, which will be on display at the studio’s gallery space through March 23. A flutist from the Fayetteville Symphonic Band will provide entertainment during the reception.

Robert Levin's show is just one of several exhibitions that are scheduled for the 2011 program at Cape Fear Studios. Each new exhibit will open on a "4th Friday" in conjunction with downtown Fayetteville's monthly art festivities. In addition to the gallery space, Cape Fear Studios also boasts a retail area and several fully equipped art studios that can be rented by member artists.

For more information about Robert Levin, visit www.robertlevin.com. Check out the upcoming exhibition schedule at Cape Fear Studios by visiting www.capefearstudios.com.

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