Fie Arts Gallery Artceptions Hosts Grand Opening


Artceptions owner and artist, Vickie A. McCrary, recently hosted the grand opening of her fine arts gallery and studio on October 23. McCrary paints in the truest sense of Expressionism, which presents the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas. Famous expressionism art pieces include “The Scream” by Edvard Munch, “The Blue Rider” by Wassily Kandinsky, and “The Large Blue Horses” by Franz Marc. McCrary uses her life experiences to translate and transcend emotions into her art. Her use of bold color and texture is her strongest attribute as an expressionist. “When I paint, I feel as though I am sculpting the canvas with the experiences and feelings that are within me,” McCrary says. McCrary, along with artists Leslie Uttan, Shirley Tyldesley, Betty Juodis, Carol O’Sullivan, and Pam O’Sullivan showcased an array of pieces to the public. Artception is open to the public for viewing and is located at Tannery Row in Buford. 554 W. Main St., Suite 1100. For more information, visit


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