The event is free and open to the public, and a wine and cheese reception will take place prior to announcement of winners at 6:30 p.m. Summit Artspace is located at 140 E. Market Street, and the exhibit is on the third floor.
The event is in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church sanctuary building and dedication. A percentage of the art sale proceeds will help support art projects offered through LINKS Academy – an after-school program hosted by Holy Trinity Lutheran Church for students who attend Mason and Robinson Community Learning Centers.
Local artists were invited to submit their work, which was judged by artist Michele Waalker of Canton. Artists submitted 2-D, 3-D – illustrations, photographs and sculptures – depicting their impressions of Holy Trinity. The exhibition will be moved to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Nov. 7 and will remain on display until Dec. 7.