By Faye Gaston

The Bullock County Art Guild met on July 1, 2021, at the Josephine Art Center.

Further plans were made for the Memorial Art Show on August 5, 2021, at Larry Stewart's Gallery 215 in downtown Union Springs.

The show would feature the diverse paintings of the late Jean Lazarus, one of the founders of the Art Guild.

Paintings by current Art Guild members will be on exhibit for show and sale.

Joyce Perrin announced that The Josephine would re-open on a limited basis, with an area for the Art Guild members to display and sell their art in the art studio area.

Members then went to work to make "milk jug art" by decorating milk jugs into faces or creative creatures.

These will be placed on the privacy fence between Perrin's property and McDonald's.

It was announced that paintings by member Sheila Brooks were displayed in the window of the Rutland Law office for July.

Shelia Brooks (presiding), Kathy Capps, Joyce Perrin, Linda Reynolds, Larry Stewart, Jane Williamson, and Stephanie Wingard were present.

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