The Foundry Art Centre Embraces Diversity with Arbitrary Color

The Foundry Art Centre’s new exhibit, “Arbitrary Color,” has one goal in mind – diversity. Color palettes vary, along with mediums, size, subject matter, and execution. Juror Albert Kuo discusses bringing divergent art forms together into one showing and whittling over 200 national submissions down to only 37 artists. Artist Betsy Litton discusses her piece, “Intersections,” and her impression of the exhibit as a whole. The Foundry Art Centre is located on Main Street in St. Charles, Missouri and “Arbitrary Color” will be open to the public through March 3, 2017.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am