A Licking County artist group paints to inspire and is known nationally for its work.
The artists' styles range from still-lifes, to portraits, to modern art. They paint together to encourage, inspire and critique each other, 10TV's Andrea Cambern reported on Friday.
The group, Women's Pallette, is holding an art show and sale in Granville on Saturday, benefiting the Center for Balanced Living.
"We're friends, and then we're artists," said Jeny Reynolds, the Women's Palette co-founder.
Reynolds helped form the group 33 years ago as a way for women painters to support one another. Each of the women have had work exhibited in national and international shows.
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"When one person is in a show and wins an award, we kind of feel like everybody did," said artist Suzanne Accetta.
One of the most important parts of the Women's Palette is the critique from other professionals, Cambern reported.
The works are made in a converted barn in Licking County, which the artists use as a studio.
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