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Deborah Hill, Pink Floral No. 2, 2017, oil on board, 36� x 36�

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Allison Chambers, Pretty Posey, 2017, oil on canvas, 30� x 24�

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what’s inside Feature Sections Floral Art Explore the intricacies and beauty of Floral Art. This section highlights seasoned artists who use their skills to create beautiful works of Floral Art 16

Museums Atlanta Collects

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Atlanta, GA - The second part of an amazing exhibit highlighting renowned contemporary artwork gathered from private collector - at The Breman 24

Prints by Michael Ellison Athens, GA - Georgia Museum of Art presents prints from renowned Atlantan Michael Elison 26

Art Schools MFA Thesis Exhibitions Southeast - Read about and view artwork from the MFA Thesis Exhibitions at GSU, UGA, and UNC 30

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Chuck Close (b. 1940), American, Self Portrait/ Pulp, 2001, Stenciled handmade paper pulp in 11 grays, Private Collection

Features Floral Art, pg 16 Atlanta Collects - Contemporary Art, pg 24 Michael Ellison, Georgia Museum of Art, pg 26

Deborah Hill, Pink Floral No. 2, 2017, oil on board, 36” x 36”, pg 19

MFA Thesis’, pg 30


what’s inside Features R.E.D Ladies Rock Raleigh, NC - R.E.D. Ladies Rock at 311 Gallery in Raleigh 33

FRANK Gallery Chapel Hill, NC - FRANK Gallery presents the work of Keith Allen and Alan Dehmer 34

Featured Artist Asheville, NC - Jonas Gerard showcasing new works in his spacious Asheville gallery 35

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New Acquisitions Charlotte, NC - Picture House Gallery just acquired new works from national and international renowned artists 36

Exhibits Calabash, NC - Blooms, a group show at Sunset River Marketplace 44 Hillsborough, NC - Parallel Play & Earthworks at Hillsborough Gallery of Art 48

36 Lun Tse, Patina Gardens, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”

New Bern, NC - Home renderings and local scenes at Fine Art at Baxters 49 Wilmington, NC - From the Fire - contemporary glass at the Cameron Art Museum 51 Richmond, VA - Maximo Laura Tapestry Art at Art Works Richmond 54

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Colby Parsons (American, b. 1969), Landscape #2, 2014, partially glazed stoneware with video projection, 52” x 83” x 15”, Courtesy of the artist


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Floral Art - shape, color, form, beauty Colorful, delicate, strong, complex, simple - all descriptions that can be applied to a single flower. Our connection to flowers, the shapes, colors, smells, and emotions are awakened in our interactions with flowers and are the essence and nuance of Floral Art. The intricacies of a single flower can be immense and overlooked by many of us. Floral Artists use the colors and complexities that nature has given them to create a recognition and understanding of the complicated simplicity of flowers.

vas. The boldness of floral composition to reflect emotional responses is all part of the energy of floral appreciation. Peggy Vineyard likes to “exaggerate the flower shapes and change them in a non-traditional way, while capturing the beauty with the colors that I use”, while Paula Montgomery uses a brush or palette knife to boldly apply layers of paints or paper to create visual poems of flowers. Says Montgomery, “I am looking for dominate [sic] shapes to emerge and become the foundation of my poetic paintings.”

One of the most alluring attributes of flowers, and as a consequence Floral Art, is the seemingly never-ending shapes, sizes, and colors of the subject matter. The variety of discernible characteristics in floral subject matter enthralls viewers and ensures a continuous intrigue of florals on paper and can-

The poetic movements within Floral Art can be captured in the varying shapes and colors that flowers naturally bequeath upon artists. “I love working to capture the essence of something as ephemeral as the movement and emotion contained in a flower” says

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Eileen Hendren. “The uniqueness of the shapes and how, in an arrangement, those shapes play off of and intensify one another intrigues me.” The manner in which shapes and forms play off one another flow throughout a floral structure, from top to bottom.

And with flowers there is ample opportunity to overlook the details and nuances. “A delicate flower... softness of a petal... how light shapes the blossom” are all subjects that draw Allison Chambers to paint flowers. The nuance of the flower is something that artists seeks to display on canvas. The use of lights and careful composition between the background and foreground creates, as Chambers states, a “bouquet of balance” as delicate as the flower itself.

While many viewers admire and appreciate petal structures one cannot forget the extrinsic features that occupy the all too important part of floral structures as a whole. As part of an arrangement, the stems, buds, thorns, and vases all accentuate the colorful endings of flowers. “I find the stems in water to me as interesting to paint as the flowers” says Deborah Hill. The interaction of floral structure and it’s surroundings enchant the viewer to appreciate and focus on details.

There is something intrinsically human about flowers - the delicate nature of its existence, the softness of its touch, all intertwined with the strength and sturdiness that allows it to withstand the winds of change and varying temperatures - to a certain degree, much like us. Our fascination with flowers are uniquely captured in the varied interpretations of Floral Art. The use of colors, composition, and light all evoke emotional responses that elevate our appreciation for the art form.

Focusing on details is a floral subject matter that creates mystery and intrigue. Details are elements intrinsically interwoven into the shapes and colors of flowers. Bayberry Lanning Shah enjoys getting up close “with macro photography” to capture the inner workings of a floral piece. “I will sometimes play with colors in order to highlight the form of a subject and further distract from what the viewer knows as a common flower”, says Shah. The focus on the internal structure of a flower is “worth of note and contemplation”, says Stephanie Neely who uses her work to portray a flower’s “internal geography”, as Neely states. Depictions of patterns create an ambiance of discovery, deepening the appreciation of the floral complexity we view on paper and canvas.

In the following pages please enjoy some beautiful Floral Art from our Featured Artists. Their artworks vary in medium, but all have genre in common. Their techniques and execution are all exquisite and are a must see. _________________________________ To view more Floral Art and to learn more about the artists artGuide featured, please visit www.artguidemag.com. Once there you will find postings about the Floral Art Feature as well as the individual artists throughout the month.

Interwoven intrinsic elements are part and parcel of many floral pieces. Tom Potocki, through his expressive works, is “interested in getting below the surface of what we see around us and expressing that mysterious energy.” This mysterious energy is what drives many viewers to appreciate florals from an emotional standpoint and can be created through a myriad of stylistic tendencies. Indeed, artists seek to “capture the hidden beauty, bring to light that which is overlooked”, says Donna Slade.

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Allison Chambers, Sweet Dreams, 2017, oil on canvas, 40” x 40” www.allisonchambers.com allisonchambers@me.com

Eileen Hendren, Profusion, 2017, oil on canvas, 15” x 30” eileen@eileenhendrenart.com; 919.395.6877 Floral Exhibition - May, Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery Studio - Carter Building, 20 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC Exhibit Space - 311 Gallery, 311 W Martin St, Raleigh, NC

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Deborah Hill, Blue Floral No. 4, 2017, oil on board, 12” x 24” deborahrhillpaintings.com dhillart@gmail.com @deborahrhillpaintings

Paula Montgomery, Summer Obsequies, 2016, acrylic & paper, 24” x 24” moneypenny9191@gmail. com www.paulamontgomeryart. com 910.986.9191

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Stephanie Neely, Incarnation, 2017, oil pastel on canvas, 40” x 40” www.stephanieneely.com stephanieneely@hotmail. com Representation: Elder Gallery, Charlotte, NC Studio: Dilworth Artisan Station 118 E. Kingston Ave, Ste 25-C Charlotte, NC. 28203

Bayberry L. Shah, Confetti Cloud, 2014, oil on canvas, 48” x 60” 502-807-9239, info@BayberryFineArt.com, www.BayberryFineArt.com Painting currently on display at Anne O Art 264 Buckhead Avenue, Atlanta, GA, www.facebook.com/AnneOArtGallery

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Tom Potocki, Liquid Iris, 2016, acrylic, 36” x 36” www.tompotocki.com tom@tompotocki.com Representation: Mitchell Hill Gallery, Charleston, SC

Donna Slade, Winter Red, 2013, colored pencil on board, 16” x 20” Signature Member Colored Pencil Society of America Fine Art at Baxters Gallery, 323 Pollock St, New Bern, NC 252.634.9002, www.fineartatbaxters.com www.donnasladeart.com

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Peggy Vineyard, Pretty Pickens, 2016, acrylic, 36” x 36” www.peggyvineyard.com pmvineyard1@gmail.com Painting available at Eclipse Gallery, Wilmington, NC

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Chuck Close (b. 1940), American, Self Portrait/Pulp, 2001, stenciled handmade paper pulp in 11 grays, Private Collection

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Atlanta Collects: Contemporary Art Treasures from Atlanta’s Private Collectors ATLANTA - The Breman Museum presents the second phase of its groundbreaking art shows from private collections with Atlanta Collects Contemporary Art: Treasures from Atlanta’s Private Collectors, March 13 running through Sunday, June 11, 2017.

works that have never been exhibited together before and range from sculpture to paintings to bronze busts to photography. The thread tying these works together is the Jewish collectors of Atlanta,” he praised their role in supporting emerging artists and for making a difference in the local art scene.

“The contemporary show highlights works for the 21st century that really is the art of our time, of this generation,” said exhibition curator Dr. William Eiland, Director of the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia. “The idea was to investigate collectors and show the strength of collecting within the Jewish community in Atlanta.”

“This is a perfect chance to see the quality of what these collectors have brought together,” Dr. Eiland said. “It will be unlike anything else they’ll see. It’s an exhibition that really does bring together disparate works in an interesting way on the theme of collecting.” About The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

Rarely-seen works by Chuck Close, Thornton Dial, Lauren Lambrecht, Radcliffe Bailey and others form part of this brilliant exhibition, following on the heels of the first Atlanta Collects show which represented art movements of the 19th and 20th centuries. Aaron Berger, Executive Director of the Breman Museum, said, “What I like about this show is that it represents ‘the art of the now.’ The works displayed are by artists who may not necessarily be household names but are forging new ground in art worldwide.” Berger said the caliber of the art on display is “truly exceptional.”

One of the leading places to visit in Atlanta, GA, our Jewish culture, arts and history museum is home to the permanent exhibition Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years, 1933-1945; Blonder Gallery and the Schwartz Gallery, each hosting a variety of traveling and rotating exhibitions. The Museum Library and Cuba Family Archives add to our Atlanta-based attractions while The Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education provides meaningful educational resources for students, teachers, and lifelong learners.

Atlanta Collects Contemporary exhibitor Lisa Brill said the show “is so visually exciting, colorful, and multi-dimensional. There is glass, photography, a couple of large installation pieces. There is a Sandy Skoglund piece done with jelly beans that will spark the senses. We have a sculpture by Richard Jolley that represents the best of what he does. We also have a piece in there by British painter Fiona Rae. I just think this show is going to knock people’s socks off.” Berger said the exhibition is only on for 12 weeks “and then it’s gone forever.” He calls it “a rare opportunity to see contemporary

Where: The Breman Museum 1440 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, GA 678.222.3700 theBreman.org

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Michael Ellison (American, d. 2001) Outside In, 1986, Print, 22” x 23” (image) The Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Collection of African American Art

Georgia Museum of Art

Ellison continued his education at Georgia State University, graduating with a master’s degree in visual arts. In 1985, he moved to teach at South Carolina State College (now South Carolina State University) and later started an artist-in-residence program and taught at Clafin College. His passion for printmaking flourished, and he developed a style that layered ink thickly enough to create texture as well as bright colors.

Prints by Atlantan Michael Ellison Athens, GA – The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will present the exhibition “Michael Ellison: Urban Impressions” from February 18 through May 21, 2017. Organized by Shawnya Harris, Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Curator of African American and African Diasporic Art, it will feature block prints and collage works on paper by the Atlanta based printmaker. This exhibition is part of the museum’s commitment to presenting single-artist shows by under-recognized African American artists.

In 1991 an electrical fire badly disfigured the artist. As he began to recover and re-learn how to make prints, he created works with striking colors focusing on scenes of isolation and community in urban landscapes. The Coca-Cola Corporation, the Federal Reserve, Georgia Pacific, and the High Museum of Art all collected Ellison’s work. He enjoyed success through the end of the decade, creating a mural in the Five Points district of Atlanta and producing solo exhibitions at the Hammonds House Galleries and Georgia Institute of Technology. Ellison passed away from heart complications at the age of 48 in 2001.

Ellison was born in New York City but grew up in Collier Heights, a middle-class African American neighborhood in southwest Atlanta. He studied art at Atlanta College of Art on the GI Bill, where he learned printmaking. The title of the exhibition comes from the way in which one of Ellison’s early printmaking instructors, Norman Wagner, described Ellison’s subject matter, referring to his prints as “urban landscapes and/or impressions.”

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Michael Ellison (American, d. 2001), Waiting Room, 1999, Linoleum cut, 23” x 34 ¾” (image) The Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Collection of African American Art

Michael Ellison (American, d. 2001), Cythera Revisited, 1991, Print, 22 ¼” x 29 ½” (image) The Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Collection of African American Art

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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style to open May 6, 2017 Richmond, GA - The fast-paced sights and sounds of the fashion runway will come to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts this spring with Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style, a multifaceted exhibition that opens May 6, and continues through August 27, 2017. Drawn from the unparalleled collection of the Paris-based Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent and other private collections, this breathtaking exhibition offers an intimate and comprehensive look at the lifetime achievement of Saint Laurent, one of history’s most radical and influential fashion designers. Hommage to Piet Mondrian, Yves Saint Laurent (French, 1936-2008), cocktail dress. Fall-Winter 1965 haute couture collection. Wool jersey dress with ivory, black, blue, red, and yellow incrustations. © Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent, Paris Photo: Alexandre Guirkinger.

Juried Exhibition, Installation shot, GATHERED: Georgia Artists Selecting Georgia Aritsts, 2015

Museum of Contemporary Art - Georgia Gathered III - Reception: May 13, 6:30 - 8:30 pm Exhibition dates: May 16-July 1, 2017 Atlanta, GA - The third installment of the bi-annual exhibition Gathered: Georgia artists selecting Georgia Artists will open on Saturday May 13th. This years esteemed jurors, Masud Olufani, Rocio Rodriguez and Jerry Siegel, are committed to offering not only the breadth of the talent across the state of the Georgia but also the depth.

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North Carolina Museum of Art Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520 March 4−June 18 Raleigh, NC - Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520 features 50 paintings and a significant group of early printed books and individual Titian, Madonna and Child, circa 1508, oil on panel, 18” x 22”, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The pages that illustrate a crucial period Jules Bache Collection, 1949 in the history of Venetian art and culture, widely regarded as one of the most exciting chapters in the history of Western art. The core of the exhibition is a group of masterworks from the world-renowned collection of the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice: major altarpieces, private devotional paintings, secular works, and portraits by such masters as Giovanni Bellini, Vittore Carpaccio, Cima da Conegliano, Giorgione, and Titian. This rare selection includes some works that have never before traveled across the Atlantic; it is supplemented with significant Venetian paintings from U.S. collections, including six from the NCMA.

Zuckerman Museum of Art | Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion Thru July 30 Kennesaw, GA - In this exhibition, Atlanta-based artist Maria Artemis presents a selection of abstract sculptures by Ruth Zuckerman. These sculptures, created from a variety of materials, are juxtaposed with some of Zuckerman’s photographs to explore what may have informed her artistic choices and aesthetic. A visual conversation between Artemis and Zuckerman is conducted by the positioning of one of Artemis’ own sculptures alongside a set of Ruth Zuckerman’s stone working tools, acquired by Artemis from the Bureau of Cultural Affairs Materials for the Arts. The Zuckerman artworks presented in Maria Artemis Selects Ruth Zuckerman are courtesy of the KSU Permanent Collection.

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Kathleen Sharp

Joe Hadden

GSU Ernest G Welch School of Art & Design 2017 MFA Thesis Works Atlanta, GA – The Earnest G. Welch School of Art & Design invites you to attend the 2017 series of MFA Thesis Exhibitions featuring culminating solo shows from our 3rd Year MFA candidates. Presenting will be Rachel Ballard (Ceramics), Larkin Ford (Painting), Joseph Hadden (Painting), Michelle Laxalt (Ceramics), Ben B. Lee (Photography), Tyler Mann (Photography), Elham Masoudi (Painting), Bryan Perry (Graphic Design), John Prince (Photography), Kathleen Sharp (Photography), and Valerie Wocklish (Interior Design).

Michelle Laxalt, Haunt and Hold

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Joy Meyer, The Story of an Hour, 2017; muti-channel video. Courtesy of the artist.

UNC Chapel Hill Time Will Tell: Selected Works by the MFA Class of 2017 Ackland Art Museum April 28–June 4, 2017 Time Will Tell examines how the exhibition’s contributors, the 2017 Master of Fine Arts candidates at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, use their artworks to explore time as an indefinite period rather than as a measurement of specific durations. These seven artists - Luke Firle, Wayne Marcelli, Joy Meyer, Vanessa Murray, Emily J. Smith, Louis Watts, and Lamar Whidbee - slow, stop, fold, or remove aspects of the passage of time in order to contemplate and complicate the personal, the universal, and the art historical. They deploy the idea of time as an expansive drift that requires subtle, quiet consideration. Time Will Tell is curated by Jeff Bell, visual artist (MFA, UNC-Greensboro, 2008) and museum manager at 21c Museum Hotel, Durham.

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Arron Foster, Rumble while the sun abstains, 2016. monotype and single-channel video, 72” x 107”

Julia Megan Burchett (with Maddie Zerkel), Hours We Could Have, 2016. Loveseat upholstered with custom-printed fabric from original watercolor, woven cotton and synthetic yarns, 48” x 60” x 26”

UGA Students Push Boundaries Athens, GA – Since the 1940s, the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia has shown the work of master of fine arts degree candidates at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. This year’s exit show takes place April 8 to May 14, with a free opening reception at the museum April 7 at 5:30 p.m. The exhibition will be up through UGA commencement, with a slightly longer run than usual. This year’s graduates present a wide variety of work, diverse in medium, theme, scale and style. They are: Thomas Bosse, Reid Brechner, Julia Megan Burchett, Ellie Dent, Jamie Diaz, Arron Foster, Meirav Goldhour, Zachary Harris, Ariel Lockshaw, Shuk Han Lui, Jonathan Nowell, Amanda Scheutzow, Stephanie Sutton, and Dan Vu.

Dan Vu, Test Subject #002, 2016, Cement, iron oxide, latex balloons, paste wax, and mirror panel, 7” x 4 “x 3 ½” (12-inchsquare mirror pedestal).

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Eileen Hendren, Off Season

Rhonda Gardner, Walk Away Rene

R.E.D. Ladies Rock

Debbie Robbins, Three

Eileen Hendren. Eileen loves working in oils. She is passionate about the history of oil painting, the way it fills your senses, “the way it smells, the feel and the ingredients.” What inspires Eileen is the incredible richness of art history worldwide, its evolution over time, and the passion and sense of self that artists invest in their work. She’s also inspired by the knowledge that she will never reach the end of her artistic journey. Eileen loves to travel and has painted scenes from all over the world, or as she puts it, “all places and anywhere stories happen.”

May 4-27 311 Gallery StudioRED is the coming together of three artists; Rhonda Gardner, Eileen Hendren and Debbie Robbins, with a love of painting, learning, friendships with each other, and the need of a place to create (and store their ever growing collections of art supplies!). We all come from creative careers; Rhonda and Debbie have degrees in interior design, Eileen in architecture. Our spark for painting had been contained for years under a lot of straight lines and paint samples!

Debbie Robbins. Debbie has fallen in love with many varied mediums of artistic expression. She especially loves working in acrylics, the fast drying time of the paint allows for experimentation with layers and textures using a variety of gel mediums. She continues these experiments in her encaustic work, taking advantage of the wax’s transparency to create rich, layered pieces. In her studio, she also works in watercolor, alcohol ink, charcoal, and colored pencil. Debbie’s work ranges from intimate portraits of the scenes she encounters to large abstract paintings.

Rhonda Gardner. Rhonda enjoys painting figures and works primarily in oils, but regularly creates works in acrylic, graphite, pen, and watercolor. Her use of figures is not always the primary focus but rather a part of a larger narrative. A love of blending, layering, and the use of rich color can be witnessed in all of her work. Rhonda’s journey continues as she explores new challenges and learning opportunities. “Producing art for me is as much about the continuing journey of trying new things and developing new skills as it is about producing a successful finished piece.”

311 W. Martin St. Raleigh (919) 436-6987 311Gallery.com Wed-Sat 11:30-4:30pm

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this May as part of the annual guest invitational exhibition. Each year the gallery chooses a small group of artists who have stood out to the Curatorial Committee. The 2017 Guest Invitational includes painters Kenia Brea, Chieko Murasugi, mixed media installation artist Bryant Holsenbeck, and sculptor Jason Smith, each chosen based on the quality of their work, and the range of new and exciting projects that they are creating. Each brings a very unique, contemporary voice to their work and to FRANK. Presented in the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery, Cultural Fabric explores youth identity through quilts and portraiture. Local artists, led by Project Director Hollie Taylor, alongside Ida Lavern-Couch and Barbara Tyroler, have paired up with local students to explore issues of identity, culture, and community through a series of art experiences, ranging from mentoring opportunities to workshops and field trips. The multifaceted project culminates in a final public exhibition, Cultural Fabric, at FRANK Gallery. The exhibition will feature quilt portraits the student participants captured by Tyroler, as well as personal portraits created by participants, accompanied by words describing the teens’ lives and identities. With special thanks to the Town of Chapel Hill Parks & Recreations Cultural Arts Division, Volunteers for Youth, and The Corner Teen Center.

Kenia Brea, Kallisto

Featured Artists: Keith Allen & Alan Dehmer Special Guests: Kenia Brea, Bryant Holsenbeck, Chieko Murasugi & Jason Smith May 9–June 3, 2017 Reception, May 12, 6-9PM May brings to the spotlight furniture maker Keith Allen, and alternative process photographer Alan Dehmer. These two artists highlight the excellence of the FRANK members and bring together two artists whose work is visually complementary, and highlights the use of materials and process to bring their work to life.

Where: FRANK Gallery 109 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC (919) 636-4135 www.frankisart.com Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6pm; Sun 1-5pm

FRANK Gallery is also very excited to bring a brand new group of artists to the gallery

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Decades later, the prolific artist creates works of magnetic energy in purely abstract, non representational splashes of color, as well as expressionist abstract landscapes, and abstracted hearts, and florals. The refreshing energy of the season has inspired a new body of work revolving around abstracted florals. The new series incorporates techniques that have sprung up in his recent experimentations on jute and linen, using gradient backgrounds and ‘interference’ colors. Jonas paints the spirit of the flowers in a spontaneous gesture, which never fails to convey the feeling of nature, expressed through an element of trusting the process. This work is a celebration of the moment, the here and now, a shout out to the vitality in nature’s growth patterns. The thick, rich and juicy paint is applied boldly, showcasing the raw energy that Jonas pours onto the canvas. A rainbow of petals and buds are set against colorful gradient backgrounds. Three-dimensional collisions of paint sit on top of grainy jute canvas, creating richly textured surfaces for light and color to dance on. The interference paints, developed by Golden Artist Colors, allow elements in the art to shift hew and saturation as the angle of the viewer changes.

Jonas Gerard, Floral Fantasy #3, acrylic on jute, 16” x 20”

Jonas Gerard Floral Reflections As the winter hibernation makes room for the rejuvenation of Spring, the promise of something new always allows for optimistic attitudes to take root. Expressionist Jonas Gerard started his 50+ year career as a working artist with representational oil paintings in the 1960’s, developing a highly successful portrait business in the 1980’s. As his waiting list for portrait work grew, he slowly felt trapped by a success that no longer fed his soul. More and more Gerard was drawn into the exciting world of non-objective, abstract art, favoring acrylic paints on canvas.

Jonas Gerard Fine Art invites the public to visit Asheville during the River Arts District Studio Stroll, May 20-21. The new abstracted floral series are titled ‘Fiori’, ‘Floral Fantasy’, and ‘Floral Reflections’, and will be showcased in Gerard’s two galleries during the stroll and throughout the spring and summer months.

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Lun Tse, Patina Gardens, oil on canvas, 60” x 48”

New Acquisitions: Picture House Gallery

Many of their artists are nationally and internationally renowned artists collected by institutions across the United States.

Since 1974, Picture House Gallery has been Charlotte’s premier resource for the discriminating art collector, providing the most comprehensive ranges of art services in the country.

Picture House Gallery’s staff is glad to make an appraisal or answer any questions about any artist whose work a private collector may be interested in obtaining. Selling art, however, is only a part of the foundation on which Picture House Gallery has built its well-earned reputation.

Whatever your taste, décor, or budget, you are likely to find a piece here that looks as if it were created for you. At Picture House Gallery, the eclectic collection includes contemporary and traditional oil paintings, from small sizes to massive, oversized pieces. It also features watercolors, pastels, indoor and outdoor sculptures of wood and marble, art glass, and ceramics, along with lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, and posters.

Fine art deserves the utmost in care, handling, and expertise, and this gallery has maintained the highest standards for more than 37 years.

It provides one of the most comprehensive ranges of art services in the nation. Owner Bob Griffin and his staff have extensive experience acquiring and installing

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Lun Tse, Patina Gardens, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”

pieces for some of Charlotte’s finest corporations, and health care and financial institutions, some of which has encompassed the use of scaffolding and cranes.

gallery offers an all encompassing range of art forms. If you have any questions about any of the gallery’s services, be sure to visit and talk to the experienced staff.

“It’s important that our clients talk to us about their needs so we can accomplish what they want to achieve,” Bob says. “We have a loyal clientele who keeps coming back because of our service-oriented philosophy”.

For more information about the gallery’s services feel free to visit their website or call them.

In addition to fine art sales and consultation services Picture House Gallery offers a full-service custom framing shop with over 2,600 mouldings, and such special touches as French matting, period framing, hand-gilded and hand-carved frames, 14-karat white gold or 23-karat gold frames. Skilled technicians can also restore oil paintings, antique frames, old documents, and refurbish silk fabrics. This distinctive

Where: Picture House Gallery 1522 E. Fourth St., Charlotte, NC (704) 333-8235 picturehousegallery.com Mon - Fri 10 - 4pm; Sat 10 - 3pm

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GEORGIA Kai Lin Art

Georgia Marietta Atlanta

999 Brady Ave. NW #7 Atlanta, GA (404) 408-4248

Lagerquist Gallery

Roswell

690 Miami Cir. NE #125 Atlanta, GA (404) 261-8273

Lumiere Gallery

425 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE #29B (404) 261-6100

Marcia Wood Gallery

Savannah

263 Walker St. SW Atlanta, GA (404) 827-0030

Mason Fine Art

415 Plasters Ave. NW Ste.100 Atlanta, GA (404) 879-1500

Museum of Contemporary Art of GA 75 Bennett St. NW Atlanta, GA (404) 367-8700

ATLANTA Alan Avery Art Company

Pryor Fine Art

656 Miami Cir NE Atlanta, GA (404) 237-0370

764 Miami Cir. NE #132, Atlanta, GA (404) 352-8775

Anne Irwin Fine Art

Reinike Gallery

690 Miami Cir. NE #150 Atlanta, GA (404) 497-1200

789 Miami Cir. NE Atlanta, GA (404) 364-0490

Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios

Sandler Hudson Fine Art

800 Miami Cir. NE #200 Atlanta, GA (404) 231-5999

1000 Marietta St. NW Ste. 116 Atlanta, GA (404) 817-3300

Atlanta Artist Center

TEW Galleries

2797 Grandview Ave. NE Atlanta, GA (404) 237-2324

425 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE Atlanta, GA (404) 869-0511

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

The Breman Museum

535 Means St. NW Atlanta, GA (404) 688-1970

1440 Spring St. NW Atlanta, GA (678) 222-3700

Bill Lowe Gallery

The Signature Shop & Gallery

764 Miami Cir. NE #210 Atlanta, GA (404) 352-8114

3267 Roswell Rd. NW Atlanta,GA (404) 237-4426

High Museum of Art

Thomas Deans Fine Art

1280 W Peachtree St. NW Atlanta, GA (404) 733-4400

690 Miami Cir. NE Ste. 905 Atlanta, GA (404) 814-1811

Huff Harrington Fine Art

Whitespace Gallery

814 Edgewood Ave. Atlanta, GA (404) 688-1892

4240 Rickenbacker Dr. NE Atlanta, GA (404) 257-0511

Jackson Fine Art

3115 E Shadowlawn Ave. NE Atlanta, GA (404) 233-3739

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Huff Harrington Fine Art

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Marietta Cobb Museum of Art

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Anderson St SE

Cole St NE

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Marietta Sq Artist’s Attic

Rogers St

Winters St

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Jenny King Art Studio Markay Gallery

Lawrence St NE

SE Alexander St

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Haynes St

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Avery Gallery

Markay Gallery

26 Winters St, Marietta, GA (404) 401-1806

dk Gallery

25 W Park Sq. Marietta, GA (770) 427-5377; Mon-Sat 10-5pm dkgallery.us

Jenny King Art Studio & Gallery

48 S Park Sq. Marietta, GA (770) 835-5385; Wed-Sat 12 - 2pm www.JKingArtworks.com

Susan Easton Burns, Constant, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48” Susan Easton Burns and Julia Burns will be featured in a special mother-daughter duo show opening on May 5th. Featuring exquisite equestrian art, the show will include Susan’s paintings and Julia’s ceramic sculptures. Show runs May 5 through May 27.

Jenny King, A Dream on the Horizon, mixed media on canvas, 40” x 30” x 2” A Dream on the Horizon. With the distinct style of Jenny King’s The Light Series, this remarkable art piece has an ethereal focal point that draws your eye to a place that is beyond any Earthly problems and onward to a place of peace, hope, comfort, and the knowing that all is going to be ok.

2 Rules Fine Art

85 Church St. Marietta, GA (404) 355-6897

Avery Gallery

390 Roswell St NE, Marietta, GA (770) 427-2459

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Knoke Fine Arts

25 SE Alexander St. Marietta, GA (770) 514-1766

Ann Jackson Gallery

932 Canton St. Roswell, GA (770) 993-4783

Marietta Square Artists Attic

120 S Park Sq. NE Marietta, GA (770) 298-9207

Ford Smith Fine Art

980 Canton St. #A Roswell, GA (678) 908-1989

Marietta/ Cobb Museum of Art 30 Atlanta St. SE Marietta, GA (770) 528-1444

Muse & Co Fine Art

31B Oak St. Roswell, GA (770) 594-9511

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Ford Smith Gallery Green Oak Dr Webb St

Synergy Fine Art

Vinings Gallery

SLM Studio & Gallery y er all y Norcross St er el G l l t Ga inz ta S gs or K ret nin ayl lpha i V T A

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10 Elizabeth Way Roswell, GA (770) 299-1122 M-Th 12-7, F-Sa 12-8, Sun 12-5 www.viningsgallery.com

Vinings Gallery on Canton Ann Jackson Fine Art

Mimosa Blvd

Magnolia St Oak St

Muse & Co Fine Art

Oxbo Rd

Gallery 43

Sloan St

Roswell

Synergy Fine Art Gallery 26 Webb St. Roswell, GA (678) 585-0303

Vinings Gallery offers an extraordinary mix of nationally recognized and emerging artists along with a contagious passion and enthusiasm for great contemporary art. Walk through the doors or visit us online for additional information and a schedule of artist shows throughout the year.

SLM Studio & Gallery

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Marietta Hwy

1065 Canton St, Roswell, GA (770) 587-0978

SAVANNAH

Taylor Kinzel Gallery

Gallery 209

16 Elizabeth Way Roswell, GA (770) 993-3555

209 E River St. Savannah, GA (912) 236-4583

Vinings Gallery on Canton

Gallery 11

938 Canton St. Roswell, GA (770) 545-8887; M-Th 11-7, F-Sa 11-8, Sun 12-5 www.viningsgallery.com

City Market Artisans Center, Upstairs, Studio 11, Savannah, GA

Kobo Gallery

33 Barnard St. Savannah, GA (912) 201-0304

Daedalus Gallery

129 E Liberty St. Savannah, GA (912) 233-2005

Signature Gallery of Savannah

303 W Saint Julian St. Savannah, GA (912) 233-3082

The Village Craftsmen

223 W River St. Savannah, GA (912) 236-7280

Dmitri Danish, Rainy Venice Vinings Gallery on Canton is pleased to showcase the captivating work of Dmitri Danish during his oneman show May 19 - 21. Visit ViningsGallery.com for additional information and show times.

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North Carolina Hillsborough Chapel Hill

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Durham Raleigh Cary

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Greenville

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Wilmington Calabash

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Blacks Mtn College Museum

Asheville Gallery of Art

82 Patton Ave. Asheville, NC (828) 251-5796; Mon-Sat 11 - 6pm, Sun 1 - 4pm www.ashevillegallery-of-art.com

Walnut St

Bender Gallery Ariel Gallery

Eagle St

Biltmore

Lexington Ave

Patton Ave

Anson St

Church St

Coxe Ave

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Asheville Gallery of Arts

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The Haen Gallery

Blue Spiral 1 American Folk Art

Sandra Moore, Mt Pisgah Moment, watercolor, 26” x 34”

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12 S Lexington Ave. Asheville, NC (828) 505-8341

Black Mountain College Museum + Art Ctr. 56 Broadway/69 Broadway Asheville, NC (828) 350-8484

Bartlett St

Northlight Stuidos

Old Lyman St

Bender Gallery

Odyssey Center Jonas Gerard Fine Art Pink Dog Creative

David C Stewart Fine Art The Lift Stuidos 375 Depot Studios

19 Biltmore Ave. Asheville, NC (828) 236-2660

362 Depot St Studios

Blue Spiral 1

38 Biltmore Ave. Asheville, NC (828) 251-0202

372 Depot St Studios

The Haen Gallery

EcoDepot Mrktplace

52 Biltmore Ave. Asheville, NC (828) 254-8577

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River Arts District Artist Index

Cindy Lou Chenard, Bold and Bright

Sahar Fakhoury, Red Dress, oil on canvas, 12” x 12”

Cindy Lou Chenard

Sahar Fakhoury

www.cindylouchenard.com Trackside Studios 375 Depot Street, Asheville

Trackside Studios 375 Depot Street www.sahar-art.com

Are you a RAD artist? Want to be listed in the Index? email: artguide@ artguidemag.com Virginia Pendergrass, Temple Cloud and Tea, oil, 18” x 24”

Virginia Pendergrass

www.virginiapendergrass.com Trackside Studios (828) 577-0264

artGuide Artist Directory $50 - Space is Limited 40,000+ readers in print and online Most used resource for gallery owners, collectors, and patrons

For more information: www.artguidemag.com/artistdirectory2016

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CALABASH

Chapel Hill

Sunset River Marketplace

Tyndall Galleries S Estes St

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10283 Beach Dr. SW Calabash, NC (910) 575-5999; M-Sa 10-5pm www.sunsetrivermarketplace.com

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Brenda Butka, Blazing Coffee, oil, 16” x 20” Blooms. Celebrating Spring and rebirth, this group exhibition includes a colorful mix of works by Ruth Cox, Karen Casciani, Louis Aliotta, Mark Hilliard, Brenda Butka, Joyce Vollmer, and Beverly Offitt. Visit www. sunsetrivermarketplace.com for more information.

Light Art + Design

N Merritt Mill Rd

John & June Alcott Gallery

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill 115 S Columbia St. Chapel Hill, NC (919) 962-2015

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Tyndall Galleries

FRANK Gallery

University Place 201 S Estes Dr. Chapel Hill, NC (919) 942-2290;Thurs-Sat 11-6pm www.tyndallgalleries.com

109 E Franklin St. Chapel Hill, NC (919) 636-4135; Tues-Sat 11-6pm, Sun 1-5p www.frankisart.com

Lynn Boggess, 10 March 2017, oil on canvas, 46” x 40” Jane Filer’s show of colorful, expressionistic paintings, Untold; visual tales, continues through May 20. Then Lynn Boggess takes the stage with his exhibit of 2017 Spring landscapes May 25 – June 24. Lynn will be presenting a much anticipated Painting Demonstration on Saturday, May 27 from 5 – 6 pm. An Artist Reception will follow from 7 – 9pm.

Chieko Murasuga, The Jangling Discord of our Nation (MLK) May brings to the spotlight member artists and guests including: furniture maker Keith Allen, alternative process photographer Alan Dehmer, as well as painters Kenia Brea, Chieko Murasugi, mixed media installation artist Bryant Holsenbeck, and sculptor Jason Smith.

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LaCa Projects

1429 Bryant St. Charlotte, NC (704) 837-1688

allison sprock fine art

600 Queens Rd. Charlotte, NC (704) 705-2000

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery

7510 Pineville-Matthews Rd. 9A Charlotte, NC (704) 541-0741; Tues 10-4pm, Wed 10-9pm, Thurs-Fri 10-6, Sat 10-2 www.charlottefineart.com

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art 420 S Tryon St. Charlotte, NC (704) 353-9200

Charlotte Art League

1517 Camden Rd. Charlotte, NC (704) 376-2787

Elder Gallery

1520 S Tryon St. Charlotte, NC (704) 370-6337

Hidell Brooks Gallery

1910 South Blvd #130, Charlotte, NC (704) 334-7302 Joni Purk, Moor’ ning Light, oil

Jerald Melberg Gallery

Oil Mixes with Wood - Purk and Terpening. You will see why Joni Purk is nicknamed the Artist of Diversity. David Terpening is the most meticulous wood turner you will ever see. Creating wood turned vessels, boxes, and furniture. Oil truly mixes well with wood.

625 S Sharon Amity Rd. Charlotte, NC (704) 365-3000

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NORTH CAROLINA Ciel Gallery: A Fine Art Collective

Picture House Gallery

128 E Park Ave. Charlotte, NC (704) 496-9417; Tues-Sat 11-6pm www.cielcharlotte.com

1520 E Fourth St. Charlotte, NC (704) 333-8235; Mon-Fri 10-4pm, Sat 10-3pm www.picturehousegallery.com

Emily T Andress, Aphrodite

Ciel presents Skew the Masters in May, featuring bold new takes inspired by well-known masterworks. Additionally, an online auction of Ciel works will benefit Arts & Science Council; bidding details on Ciel website. Open to the public, Ciel also offers a wide range of workshops. Online ASC Auction Closes Thursday, May 4.

Craig Alan, Motivo, oil on canvas, 48” x 60” ONGOING - Featuring Frederick Hart sculpture, works by Jamali, and extensive collection of paintings, sculpture, art glass, and various mediums. Established 1974.

Lark & Key Gallery

Providence Gallery

128 E Park Ave. Ste. B, Charlotte, NC (704) 334-4616; Tues-Sat 11-5pm www.larkandkey.com

601-A Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC (704) 333-4535; Mon-Fri 9-5pm, Sat 10-2pm www.providencegallery.net

Vicki Sawyer, Sly Forgot His Hat & Teresa Pietsch, Snowdrop Platter GARDEN PARTY continues through May 27th. Vicki Sawyer solo art exhibition with featured ceramic artist Teresa Pietsch and one-of-a-kind jewelry by Anna Johnson.

T. B. Black, Deer No. 15, watercolor/pencil/paper In the Forest: T. B. Black. The impetus for Black’s paintings is engaging observers in contemplation of beguiling depictions of colorful, deceptively lifelike watercolors of animated wildlife amidst their daily routine, unaware of being captured by Black’s watchful artistic eye. May 2nd -31st.

Mint Museum Randolph

2730 Randolph Rd. Charlotte, NC (704) 337-2000

Shain Gallery

Mint Museum Uptown

2823 Selwyn Ave. Charlotte, NC (704) 334-7744

500 S Tryon St. Charlotte, NC (704) 337-2000

SOCO Gallery

New Gallery of Modern Art

421 Providence Rd. Charlotte, NC (980) 498-2881

435 S Tryon St #110, Charlotte, NC (704) 373-1464

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Craven Allen Gallery

Englewood Ave

Buchanan St

Club Blvd

Rigsbee St

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North Carolina Central University 1801 Fayetteville St. Durham, NC (919) 530-6211

21c Museum Hotel

111 Corcoran St. Durham, NC (919) 956-6700

Pleiades Gallery

109 E Chapel Hill St. Durham, NC (919) 797-2706

Craven Allen Gallery

1106 1/2 Broad St. Durham, NC (919) 286-4837; Mon-Fri 9:30-6pm, Sat 10-4pm www.cravenallengallery.com

Through This Lens

303 E Chapel Hill St. Durham, NC (919) 687-0250 E 4th St Pitts County Arts Council at Emerge

Evans St

E 5th St

ECU- Wellington B. Gray Gallery

E 8th St Greenville Museum of Art E 10th St E 14th St

Dan Gottlieb, Deep Forest, North Carolina, mixed media, 40” x 40”

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Dan Gottlieb: American Landscapes in 4/3 Time. Iris Gottlieb: Natural Attraction & Personal Work. Dan Gottlieb combines photography, painting, and fine craftsmanship to capture nature’s fixed and shifting patterns of light and form. Many of Iris Gottlieb’s elegant drawings are featured in her new book Natural Attraction, an exploration of animal relationships.

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GREENVILLE Greenville Museum of Art

Durham Arts Council Gallery

802 Evans St. Greenville, NC (252) 758-1946

120 Morris St. Durham, NC (919) 560-2787

Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge

Durham Art Guild

404 Evans St. Greenville, NC (252) 551-6947

120 Morris St. Durham, NC (919) 560-2713

Wellington B. Gray Art Gallery

Golden Belt Artists Studios

East Carolina University Jenkins Fine Arts Ctr. Greenville, NC (252) 328-6336

807 E Main St. Durham, NC

Nasher Museum of Art

Duke University 2001 Campus Dr. Durham, NC (919) 684-5135

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NORTH CAROLINA City Art Gallery

Hillsborough W Tryon St Hillsborough Gallery of Arts W King St Eno Gallery

W Margaret Ln

Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery N Churchton St

N Wake St

511 Red Banks Rd. Greenville, NC (252) 353-7000; Mon-Fri 10-6pm, Sat 10-4pm www.cityartgreenville.com

Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery

102 N Churton St. Hillsborough, NC (919) 643-2500

Hillsborough Gallery of Arts

121 North Churton St. Hillsborough, NC (919) 732-5001; Mon-Sat 11-6pm, Sun 1-4pm www.hillsboroughgallery.com Parallel Play - Ellie Reinhold, Jason Smith, and Evelyn Ward through May 21st. Earthworks - New work by Garry Childs, Chris Graebner, and Jude Lobe, May 22nd through June 25th. Opening reception May 26th, 6 to 9 pm.

Jack Saylor, The Sun, the Salt and the Seaside Sparrows, detail, oil on canvas, 26” x 22” City Art Gallery presents Jack Saylor of Beaufort, NC with an opening reception May 4 from 6-8pm. Jack’s work focuses on his passion for the North Carolina coast. He uses a highly realistic style to create work that is more an expression of what he feels than of what he sees. Show runs through May 29.

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MOREHEAD CITY Carolina Artist Gallery

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800 Evans St. Morehead City, NC (252) 726-7550;Tues-Sat 11-5pm www.carolinaartistgallery.com

HILLSBOROUGH Eno Gallery

100 S Churton St. Hillsborough, NC (919) 883-1415; M-Th, Sa 12:30-5, F 12:30-8 www.enogallery.net

Stephen Moore, painting by Beaufort artist Carolina Artist Gallery presents “Float Your Boat,” May 13, 2017 to July 7, 2017. Opening is May 13, 5:007:00 p.m. Art in all media depicts nautical themes, antique cars and fishing. Carolina Artist Gallery is located at 800 Evans St., Morehead City, NC. For more information, call 252-726-7550. Chad Smith, Eno River Sunset, oil on canvas, 24” x 20” We are honored to represent some of the most creative professional artists from both the Triangle region and national communities. Eno Gallery is featuring Chad Smith’s solo show “Southern Light”. Follow us! www.instagram.com/enogallery. www.facebook. com/enogallery.

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Lee Hansley Gallery

Wake Forest Rd

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Roundabout Art Collective

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Artspace

E Davie St

Flanders Art Gallery

E Cabarrus St

Betty Ray McCain Gallery

Mlk Blvd

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Fine Art at Baxters Gallery

311 Gallery

Joanne Geisel, Coming Together

Debbie Robbins, Little Guy R.E.D. Ladies Rock showcases the work of three very talented women, Rhonda Gardner, Eileen Hendren, and Debbie Robbins. Show runs May 4-27.

323 Pollock St. New Bern, NC (252) 634-9002; Mon-Fri 10-6pm, Sat 10-5pm www.fineartatbaxters.com

311 W Martin St. Raleigh, NC (919) 247-4915; Wed-Sat 11:30-4pm www.311Gallery.com

Exhibiting home renderings and local scenes painted by Joanne Geisel, Karen Crenshaw, and Eric McRay during the Historic Home & Garden Tour.

Adam Cave Fine Art

2009 Progress Ct. Raleigh, NC (919) 838-6692

ArtSource Fine Art

4421 Six Forks Rd #123, Raleigh, NC (919) 787-9533

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NORTH CAROLINA Artspace

Nature Art Gallery

201 E Davie St. Raleigh, NC (919) 821-2787

NC Museum of Natural Sciences 11 West Jones St. Raleigh, NC (919) 707-9800; Mon-Sat 9-5pm, Sun 12-5pm www.naturalsciences.org

Betty Ray McCain Gallery

Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts 2 E South St. Raleigh, NC (919) 996-8700

CAM Raleigh

409 W Martin St. Raleigh, NC (919) 261-5920

Flanders Gallery

505 S Blount St. Raleigh, NC (919) 757-9533

Gallery C

540 N Blount St. Raleigh, NC (919) 828-3165

The Nature Art Gallery presents, “Southeast Natives by North Carolina Botanical Artists” May 5th through May 28th, Gallery reception Saturday, May 6, from 2-4pm at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences.

Litmus Gallery

312 W Cabarrus St. Raleigh, NC (919) 571-3605

The Mahler Fine Art

228 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC (919) 896-7503

Little Art Gallery

Cameron Village 432 Daniels St. Raleigh, NC (919) 890-4111

Visual Art Exchange

309 W Martin St. Raleigh, NC (919) 828-7834

Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery 719 N Person St. Raleigh, NC (919) 838-8580

Lee Hansley Gallery

1053 E Whitaker Mill Rd. Ste. 105, Raleigh, NC (919) 828-7557; Tues-Sat 11-6pm www.leehansleygallery.com

Acme Art

Hanover St

Wilma Daniels Gallery

Red Cross St Walnut St Grace St

New Elements Gallery

MC Erny Gallery

Aces Gallery

Second Landscape for B, 2017, oil on canvas, 48” x 72” John Beerman: Paintings and Conrad Weiser: Raku exhibitions continue through May 17 featuring landscapes and still lifes on canvas and paper by Beerman and a new body of Asian inspired raku vessels by Weiser. Gerry Lynch: Paintings opens on May 21 and runs through July 1.

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NORTH CAROLINA

WILMINGTON

New Elements Gallery

271 N Front St. Wilmington, NC (910) 343-8997; Tues-Sat 11-6pm www.newelementsgallery.com

Art in Bloom Gallery

210 Princess St. Wilmington, NC (484) 885-3037; Tues-Sat 10-6pm www.aibgallery.com

Kristen Dill, Wonderland, watercolor collage, 20” x 26” Lines of Demarcation, featuring Reid Coyner and Eric Lawing, continues through May 20, 2017. Natural Wonder, an exhibition featuring new works from Kristen Dill opens on May 26, 2017. Dill creates oil paintings and watercolor collages inspired by nature. From the Atlantic Ocean to her backyard garden, Dill captures an array of habitats.

Jay Jones, Ginkgo Leaf Patina Mobile “Sibs: New Art by Michael Van Hout & Brooks Koff (brother and sister)” continues through May 27th with kinetic sculpture and mosaic stained glass. Renowned mobile artist JF Jones and painter Naomi Jones visit Art in Bloom Gallery on Saturday, May 13th.

TheArtWorks™

200 Willard St. Wilmington, NC (910) 352-7077; Fri 10-6pm, Sat 10-3pm www.theArtWorks.co

Cameron Art Museum

3201 S 17th St. Wilmington, NC (910) 395-5999 ; Tues-Sun 10-5pm www.cameronartmuseum.org

Silver Arts is an Art Exhibition; a major component of the traditional athletic competition of the YMCA Senior Games. The Competition exemplifies the philosophy that strives to keep seniors Healthy, Active, and Involved. Silver Arts unites Athletes and Artists.

Aces Gallery

Colby Parsons (American, b. 1969), Landscape #2, 2014 partially glazed stoneware with video projection, 52” x 83” x 15”, Courtesy of the artist

211 N. Front St. Ste. 101, Wilmington, NC (910) 343-0998

The Cameron Art Museum provides a cultural gathering place which enriches the lives of museum visitors and our community through high quality exhibitions, dynamic public programs, unique events, and educational opportunities in the visual and performing arts.

Acme Art

711 N. 5th Ave. Wilmington, NC (910) 763-8010

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SOUTH CAROLINA Expo 216

216 N Front St. Wilmington, NC (910) 769-3899

Spartanburg Greenville

MC Erny Gallery

Columbia

254 N Front St. #300 Wilmington, NC (910) 343-1640

South Carolina

Wilma W. Daniels Gallery

Cape Fear Community College 200 Hanover St. Wilmington, NC (910) 362-7252

Charleston

Beaufort Bluffton Hilton Head Island

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CHARLESTON

George Gallery

50 Bogard St. Charleston, SC (843) 579-7328

Anglin Smith Fine Art

9 Queen St. Charleston, SC (843) 853-0708

Gibbes Museum of Art

135 Meeting St. Charleston, SC (843) 722-2706

Atrium Art Gallery

61 Queen St. Charleston, SC (843) 973-3300

Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio 177 King St. Charleston, SC (843) 901-8124

Charleston Artist Guild Gallery

160 E Bay St. #102 Charleston, SC (843) 722-2425

Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art College of Charleston 161 Calhoun St. Charleston, SC (843) 953-4422

Corrigan Gallery

62 Queen St. Charleston, SC (843) 722-9868

Helena Fox Fine Art Gallery

Courtyard Art Gallery

106-A Church St. Charleston, SC (843) 723-0073

149 E Bay St. Charleston, SC (843) 723-9172

John C. Doyle Art Gallery

DiNello Gallery

125 Church St. Charleston, SC (843) 577-7344

111 E Bay St. Charleston, SC (843) 764-9941

LePrince Fine Art

Dog & Horse Fine Art

184 King St. Charleston, SC (843) 442-1664

102 Church St. Charleston, SC (843) 577-5500

Lowcountry Artists Gallery

Edward Dare Gallery

148 E Bay St. Charleston, SC (843) 577-9295

31 Broad St. Charleston, SC (843) 853-5002

Martin Gallery

Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art

18 Broad St. #101 Charleston, SC (843) 723-7378

58 Broad St. Charleston, SC (843) 722-3660

Mary Martin Gallery

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery

103 Broad St. Charleston, SC (843) 723-0303

1.5 Broad St. Charleston, SC (832) 722-5353

Meyer Vogl Gallery

Gaye Sanders Fisher Gallery

122 Meeting St. Charleston, SC (843) 805-7144

124 Church St. Charleston, SC (843) 958-0010

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Jacobs Alley

State St

Cumberland St

LePrince Fine Art Reinert Fine Art Horton Hayes Gibbs Museum of Art Fine Art Meyer Vogl Gallery Principle Gallery Corrigan Gallery

Robert Lange Studios

King St

Meeting St

Queens St

Atrium Art Gallery

Anglin Smith Fine Art Chs. Artist Guild

Hagan Fine Art Gallery

Chalmers St

Church St

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The Art Cellar

125 Meeting St. Charleston, SC (843) 727-4500

233 N Main St. Greenville, SC (864) 520-1653; Tues-Sat 11-6 www.greenvilleartcellar.com

Reinert Fine Art

179 King St. Charleston, SC (843) 694-2445

Robert Lange Studios

2 Queen St. Charleston, SC (843) 805-8052

Spencer Art Galleries I & II

55 & 57 Broad St. Charleston, SC (843) 722-6854 ______________________________________

GREENVILLE The salon-style gallery features more than 50 local artists with talent across wide variety of mediums, including paintings, photography, ceramics, and handcrafted jewelry. The Art Cellar will have extended hours during May 12th - 14th for Artisphere weekend: Friday 11-7, Saturday 11 – 7, Sunday 12 – 5.

Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville

200 N Main St. #104 Greenville, SC (864) 239-3882

Greenville Center for Creative Arts 25 Draper St. Greenville, SC (864) 735-3948

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HILTON HEAD ISLAND Endangered Arts Ltd.

841 William Hilton Pkwy. #B Hilton Head, SC (843) 785-5075

Karis Gallery

1000 William Hilton Pkwy. Hilton Head, SC (843) 785-5100

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VIRGINIA

Virginia

Charlottesville Richmond

Ashland Petersburg

ASHLAND

RICHMOND

Gallery Flux

1708 Gallery

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Art Works Studios & Galleries

307B England St. Ashland, VA (804) 752-3540

319 W Broad St. Richmond, VA (804) 643-1708 320 Hull St. Richmond, VA (804) 291-1400; Tues-Sun 12-6pm www.artworksrichmond.com

BARBOURSVILLE Nichols Gallery

5420 Governor Barbour St. Barboursville, VA (540) 832-3565 ______________________________________

CHARLOTTESVILLE C’ville Arts

118 E Main St. Charlottesville, VA (434) 972-9500

Chroma Projects

112 W Main St. #10 Charlottesville, VA (434) 806-9667

Jeanne Minnix, It All Comes Around, 2017, mixed media, 16” x 16”

Graves International Art

Spring exhibits vary from silver dancers, hash tags to the natural world. Mike Keeling, presents La Danseuse En Argent. Photographers Libby Clark and Michael Mancuso present solo shows of places and nature. Jeanne Minnix exhibits abstract paintings. April 28-May 21.

306 E Jefferson St. Charlottesville, VA (434) 202-8087

Les Yeux du Monde

841 Wolf Trap Rd. Charlottesville, VA (434) 973-5566

Artspace

McGuffey Art Center

Zero E 4th St. Richmond, VA (804) 232-6464

201 2nd St. NW Charlottesville, VA (434) 295-7973

Candela Books + Gallery

Second Street Gallery

214 W Broad St. Richmond, VA (804) 225-5527

115 2nd St. SE Charlottesville, VA (434) 977-7284

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Chasen Galeries

Glave Kocen Gallery

Brazier Gallery

Page Bond Gallery

3554 W Cary St. Richmond, VA (804) 204-1048

1620 W Main St. Richmond, VA (804) 358-1990

1616 W Main St. Richmond, VA (804) 358-2771 Tues-Fri 11-5pm, Sat 12-4pm www.braziergallery.com

1625 W Main St. Richmond, VA (804) 359-3633

Quirk Gallery

207 W Broad St. Richmond, VA (804) 340-6036

Reynolds Gallery

1514 W Main St. Richmond, VA (804) 355-6553

Uptown Gallery

1305 W Main St. Richmond, VA (804) 353-8343

Visual Arts Center of Richmond 1812 W Main St. Richmond, VA (804) 353-0094

Visual Art Studio

Beth Bathe, Lunch in the Fan, oil, 16” x 20”

208 W Broad St. Richmond, VA (804) 644-1368

Beth Bathe, a former VCU Arts graduate, is returning to Richmond! Witness her unique style with two free artist demos opening night and the following day. A portion of the proceeds from opening night will help benefit the Richmond YWCA.

West End Gallery

4021 Lauderdale Dr. Richmond, VA (804) 740-1569

Crossroads Art Center

2016 Staples Mill Rd. Richmond, VA (804) 278-8950

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CREATIVE EXPOSURE

The Dark Side

Elinor Bowman

Silent Wader - Great Blue Heron, oil on linen, 24” x 30”

Watercolor, Chinese ink & Black Walnut Ink

For purchasing inquiries please contact: Mary Erickson 704-219-0391 www.MaryEricksonART.com

www.elinorbowman.com Asheville Gallery of Art

Vicki Rees Community Deli

VLRees.com

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CREATIVE EXPOSURE “A LL A LO N E”

Lori White

LDWhiteArt.com Dune Fence Chaos Index of Participants 311 Gallery Allison Chambers Art in Bloom Gallery Art Works Richmond Asheville Gallery of Art Bayberry Shah BINDERS Art Supplies & Frames Brazier Gallery (The) Breman Museum Cameron Art Museum Carolina Artist Gallery Chapel Hill/Carrboro 2nd FridayArtwalk Charlotte Fine Art Gallery Ciel Gallery City Art Gallery Craven Allen Gallery Deborah Hill dk Gallery Donna Lee Nyzio Donna Slade Eileen Hendren Elinor Bowman Eno Gallery Fine Art at Baxters FRANK Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts

Jayne Walther Jenny King Art Studio & Gallery Lark & Key Gallery Lee Hansley Gallery Lori White Mary Erickson MOCA GA Nature Art Gallery New Elements Gallery Paula Montgomery Peggy Vineyard Picture House Gallery Providence Gallery River Arts District Sahar Fakhoury Stephanie Neely Sunset River Marketplace Teresa Jones theArtWorks Todd Baxter Tom Potocki Trackside Studios Tyndall Galleries Vicki Rees Vinings Gallery Vinings Gallery on Canton Virginia Pendergrass

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CALENDAR of EVENTS MAY 4th

MAY 12th

NC - Greenville: City Art Gallery, Jack Saylor,

NC - Chapel Hill: FRANK Gallery, Keith Allen & Alan Dehmer, Opening Reception 6 - 9pm

VA - Ashland: Gallery Flux, CONTEMPO, Reception 5:30 - 8pm

NC - Charlotte: Jerald Melberg Gallery, The

6 - 8pm

MAY 5th GA - Atlanta: TEW Galleries, New Paintings by

Hunt Slonem, Opening Reception 6 - 9pm

GA - Marietta: dk Gallery, Susan Easton Burns & Julia Burns, Opening Reception 5 - 9pm Jenny King Art Studio and Gallery, First Friday Art Walk 5 - 9pm GA - Roswell: Synergy Fine Art Gallery, The

Rembrandt of Roswell Sings like Michael Buble Art, Opening Reception 6 - 9pm

NC - Asheville: Asheville Gallery of Art, Light + Line, Opening Reception 5 - 8pm

NC - Charlotte: Ciel Gallery, Skew the Masters, Opening Reception 6 - 9pm Hidell Brooks Gallery, Language of Light, Outside the Line and Flower Portraits, Opening Reception 6 - 8pm

NC - Raleigh: 311 Gallery, R.E.D. Ladies Rock, Reception 6 - 9pm

Dust on Butterflies’ Wings, Opening Reception 6 - 8pm

NC - New Bern: Fine Art at Baxters Gallery, Joanne Geisel, Karen Crenshaw, and Eric McRay, Reception 5 - 8pm NC - Wilmington: Cameron Art Museum, Art Moves Midtown Race, 6:30pm

MAY 13th GA - Atlanta: MOCA GA, Gathered III, Opening Reception 6:30 - 8:30pm NC - Charlotte: Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, Oil

Mixes with Wood, Meet the Artists 10 - 2pm and 5 - 8pm

NC - Morehead City: Carolina Artist Gallery, Float Your Boat, Opening Reception 5 - 7pm

MAY 18th NC - Raleigh: ArtSource Fine Art Gallery, A Moment In Time, Artists Reception 6 - 8pm

MAY 19th

NC - Winston-Salem: Artworks Gallery, Four

NC - Durham: Pleiades Gallery, The Music Makers, Third Friday Reception 6 - 9pm

SC - Beaufort: BAA Gallery, Gullah-Geechee

MAY 20th

SC - Charleston: Dog & Horse Fine Art, It’s

GA - Atlanta: Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios, SIZE MATTERS: An Exhibit of Large Paintings, Artists Reception 12 - 4pm MOCA GA, MOCA GALA, 7 - 10pm

Seasons: Fig Tree and The Audacity of Pop, Gallery Hop 7 - 10pm Island, Opening Reception 5 - 7:30pm

Cocktail Hour, Artists Reception 5 - 8pm Ellis-Nicholson Gallery, A French Connection, Opening Reception 5 - 8pm Mary Martin Gallery, Trish Weeks and David Michael Beck, 5 - 8pm Meyer Vogl Gallery, North of Calhoun, Opening Reception 5 - 8pm

SC - Greenville: The Art Cellar, Photography

NC - Asheville: Studio Stroll, 10-5pm NC - Durham: Craven Allen Gallery, American Landscapes in 4/3 Time and Natural Attraction & Personal Work, Opening Reception 5 - 7pm

MAY 21st

by Terri Bright, Artist Reception 6 - 9pm

NC - Asheville: Studio Stroll, 10-5pm

VA - Charlottesville: Chroma Projects, Nesting

NC - Raleigh: Lee Hansley Gallery, John

Instincts, Opening Reception 5 - 7pm

VA - Richmond: Visual Art Studio Gallery,

Black & White with a Little Red & Blue, Opening Reception 7 - 10pm Brazier Gallery, Beth Bathe, Reception 6 - 8pm Uptown Gallery, Horsing Around in the Garden, 5 - 8:30pm

MAY 6th NC - Raleigh: Nature Art Gallery, Southeast

Natives by the North Carolina Botanical Artists, Opening Reception 2 - 4pm

MAY 10th NC - Charlotte: SOCO Gallery, Passage,

Beerman: Paintings and Conrad Weiser: Raku, Reception 1 - 5pm

MAY 26th NC - Hillsborough: Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, Earthworks, Opening Reception 6 - 9pm NC - Wilmington: theArtWorks™, Silver Arts Sale

10 - 4pm

MAY 27th NC - Chapel Hill: Tyndall Galleries, Untold; visual tales, Painting Demo/Reception 5 - 9pm

NC - Wilmington: theArtWorks™, Silver Arts Sale

10 - 4pm

Opening Reception 6 - 9pm

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