NORWICH – It’s only logical that artists in America should be inspired by one of the truly American inspirations: cars.
To foster that bond, the Chenango County Council of the Arts is seeking out automobile-themed artwork to compliment the already renowned Rolling Antiquers Classic Car Show, held annually on Memorial Day weekend.
“It’s a project that gives local people a chance to use local resources – which are great resources,” said Wayne Franklin, one of the art teachers at Norwich High School. “We’d love to see the community get involved.”
Selected pieces will be put on display in the Mariea Brown and Raymond Loft Gallery at the Council of the Arts building in Norwich, the Northeast Classic Car Museum, and possibly in other locations across the City of Norwich, which may include city parks and sidewalks.