Discover sacred geometry in this family friendly exhibit opening September 18th!
Sacred Geometry: The Biggers Immersive
• Open Saturday, September 18th 10am-3pm 131 W Main St., Dallas NC 28034
• Family friendly, hands-on activities exploring the wonders of geometry in art
• Explore the work of Gastonia artists James C. Biggers and John T. Biggers
• Exhibit Hours are Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm
Step into the world of Gastonia’s most prominent artists, John T. Biggers and James C. Biggers in this immersive exhibit. Experience the wonders of sacred geometry and discover how it impacts the world around us. Featuring art and hands-on activities, this exhibit gives visitors the opportunity to engage in discovery through geometric elements in nature, art, architecture, and more in this dynamic new exhibit.
Expanding upon the Gaston County Museum’s current exhibit “People, Places & Promises; the Artwork of James C. Biggers”, the new feature exhibit, “Sacred Geometry” invites viewers to be active participants on a journey of discovery through color, form, and geometric patterns inherent in the work of Gastonia’s most prominent African-American artists.
“Sacred Geometry: The Biggers Immersive” is generously presented by Facet Foundry Jewelry Studio. Owner of Facet Foundry, Brent Messer, is a Gastonia native who discovered his appreciation for art from local art educators, Jim Biggers and Al Harris. A graduate of Appalachian State University in Art Education and Art Marketing, Messer attributes his passion for art to the influence of Jim Biggers.
Thank you to our presenting sponosor