Loganville Resident's Art Displayed at Capitol in Atlanta
Bruce Bulau of Loganville is one of seven Georgia Piedmont Arts Center member artists who currently have their work displayed at the Capitol in downtown Atlanta.
Rep. Terry England, who is a strong supporter of the arts, recently invited GPAC to display the artwork downtown. The displays can be found in the offices of the House Appropriations Committee at the Capitol.
Kathleen Gill, GPAC President stated the following in a press release, "This is a wonderful opportunity for both established and emerging GPAC artists. Hundreds of people every week travel through the Appropriations offices."
Artists with their work on display include the following: Bobbie Austin of Social Circle, Henry M. Wood, Jr. of Dacula, Richard Botters of Auburn, Renee Hewitt of Winder, Mia Rodriguez of Braselton, Kathleen Gill of Winder and Bruce Bulau of Loganville.
More information on GPAC can be found online at www.GeorgiaPiedmontArtsCenter.com.