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artGuide 02/2016

Portraits of a Lifetime

Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Colllections, pg 10 Plus, Western Art comes to the Southeast, pg 12 Patricia Williams in Raleigh, pg 17

Vol. 7 No. 02

Javier Lopez Barbosa

Apparition of Emotions

84” x 74”

oil on canvas

On view at Elder Gallery during February Elder Gallery’s philosophy: Art is the strongest, most immediate civilizing force in the world. Money can make us rich, love can make us brave, but art makes us human. Support it!

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1520 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28203


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James “Red� Saunders, footed turned wood bowl, maple burl with turquoise

what’s inside Rodin Portraits of a Lifetime Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections. A once-in-a-lifetime exhibit at the David McCune International Art Gallery at Methodist University 10

What’s New? Western Art in the Southeast

10 Auguste Rodin, Bust of Jean Baptiste Rodin, bronze, 16 1/8” x 11 1/4” x 9 1/2”, Executed: 1860; cast: Musée Rodin 2/12, 1980. Collection Iris Cantor.

Cimarron Sky Gallery, which opened in November, introduces both the art patron and casual art observer to the uniquely rich heritage that is American Western Art. 12

Ford Smith Ford Smith Gallery comes back to Roswell, Georgia with new art from award winning artist Ford Smith 16



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artGuide 02/2016

12 Portraits of a Lifetime

Bob Graham

Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Colllections, pg 10 Plus,

Auguste Rodin: Heroic Bust of Victor Hugo, bronze, detail, 29 ¼” x 23 ½” x 21 ¼”. Executed: 1890-97 or 1901-02; cast: Musée Rodin 7/12, 1981. Collection Iris Cantor

Western Art comes to the Southeast, pg 12 Patricia Williams in Raleigh, pg 16

Vol. 7 No. 02

what’s inside Features Hidden Things Revealed Mixing abstraction and realism, Patricia Williams brings her works to 311 Gallery 17

Morphology and the Biomorphic Impulse FRANK Gallery brings together 3 mediums, each employing “Biomorphism” 18

Black, White, and Color Beaufort Art Market showcases photography from Mike Basher and Scott Taylor 19

17 Patricia Williams, Grandma’s in the Kitchen (detail)

New Aquisitions Every month Picture House Gallery introduces new work to their collectors 24

People and Places Elder Gallery We sat down with Larry Elder of Elder Gallery to discuss his 15th anniversary 13

Artist Profiles The art of established artists Mary Erickson and Teresa Jones 20

18 Harriet Bellows, Mama Singing (detail)

Profiles in Art Lark & Key co-owner Sandy Snead walks us through her gallery as she prepares to celebrate the gallery’s 8th anniversary 23

Previews John Nickerson at Courtyard Gallery and Jo Farris and Thomas Andrew at Lagerquist Gallery 22

24 Leila, Azalea’s Memory, (detail), painting on linen, 30” x 30”

what’s inside Exhibits We Heart Art A group exhibition at Sunset River Marketplace which pays homage to favorite themes; love and art 35

New Horizons and 8x8

Two reviting exhibits at Lark & Key Gallery featuring works on paper and pottery 39

39 Kendra Baird, Wherever I May Go, acrylic on panel, 30” x 30”

Flow & It’s All About The Story The Hillsborough Gallery of Arts showcases two unique and differing shows for the month of February 42

Keith Lambert and Willie Baucom Fine Art at Baxters features sculptures in marble, ceramic, wood, and clay 43

Sections Creative Exposure Artists Index Calendar of Events

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What’s Next for artGuide Online Access

43 Keith Lambert, Sculpture

Coming this month, artGuide will be finishing This will bring all of artGuide’s print content to our new website, with integrated social media Coming in February

Spring Blooms This Spring will bring artGuide into Virginia. We are proud to announce plans to gradually bring artGuide to Richmond, Charlottesville, and the Washington DC area Coming in April

An Adventure with

Joe Kronenberg


the American West

30 x 40 inches, oil on masonite

214 W. Tremont Ave, Ste 102, Charlotte, NC 28203 704-743-4332

Stoneware by Keith Lambert

Largest Fine Art Gallery in Eastern North Carolina 323 Pollock Street • New Bern, NC 28560 Hours: Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm • 252.634.9002


1. Auguste Rodin, Bust of Jean Baptiste Rodin, bronze, 16 1/8” x 11 1/4” x 9 1/2”, Executed: 1860; cast: Musée Rodin 2/12, 1980. Collection Iris Cantor.

Since 2010, the David McCune International Art Gallery at Methodist University has been Fayetteville, North Carolina’s premier art venue, where traveling exhibitions, fine art on loan from collections throughout the world, and work by Methodist University students are displayed. Free parking including handicapped parking is available and the facility is wheelchair accessible. Three of the gallery’s recent shows were Igneous Expressions, a collection of glass art by twenty-six western North Carolina artists including work by Harvey Littleton, considered the father of Amer-

ican studio glass; Picasso: 25 Years of Edition Ceramics from the Rosenbaum Collection, a selection of 40 plates, bowls, pitchers, vases, and plaques created in Vallauris, France; and Testament, a collection of photographs and writing by the award winning photojournalist Chris Hondros that document coverage of military conflicts in Kosovo, Afghanistan, the West Bank, Iraq, Liberia, Egypt, and Libya. Beginning in spring 2016, the gallery will host a traveling exhibition made available through the generosity of the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, which provides philanthropic leadership in medicine and the arts, with a special focus on the work of the sculptor Auguste Rodin and his contemporaries. During the last four decades, more than ten million visitors throughout the world have viewed work that the Foundation has loaned. The upcoming exhibition is entitled Rodin: Portraits of a Lifetime. It features seven-


2. Auguste Rodin, Mask of the Man with the Broken Nose, one piece mask and bronze base, 18 1/4” x 7 3/8” x 6 1/2”, Executed: 1863-64; cast: Musée Rodin 12/12, 1979. Collection Iris Cantor.

teen works in bronze by Rodin, including depictions of Victor Hugo, Honore de Balzac, Gustav Mahler, Claude Lorrain, Chilean General Lynch Solo de Zaldivar, and Pope Benedict XV as well as portraits of Rodin by Edward Steichen, John Tweed, and Paul Paulin. The show also includes many of Rodin’s most admired pieces— from an early bust of his father to his Mask of the Man with the Broken Nose, critically-praised works that span Rodin’s long career and demonstrate his remarkable legacy in sculpture. The gallery will offer guided “touch tours” to allow visually impaired visitors to experience some of the sculptures—texture, shape, angle, size, and volume—with their hands. With spoken descriptions offered by trained docents and gloves provided by the gallery, visitors will experience the tactile nuances of Rodin’s work. Gallery staff will extend special invitations to K-12 school groups and to organizations serving the visually impaired.

The exhibition opens on February 11th, 2016, with a reception at 6:00 PM and a lecture at 7:00 PM by Judith Sobol, Executive Director of the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, and runs until May 7th. Gallery hours are 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM Thursdays, and noon to 4:00 PM Saturdays. The Gallery will be closed Sundays, Mondays, and March 25th and 26th. Admission to the Rodin exhibition is free.

Where: David McCune International Art Gallery Methodist University 5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC Contact: Silvana M. Foti, Exe. Dir. 910.425.5379 / 910.630.7000

Cimarron Sky Gallery Western Art

The opening of Cimarron Sky Gallery in November of 2015 introduces both the art patron and casual art observer to the uniquely rich heritage that is American Western Art. And does so in Charlotte, NC, a key geographic locale that has not otherwise been associated with this art form. As established in the Eastern part of the United States, our gallery will instruct, inform, and inspire existing as well as new aficionados of American Western Art. Cimarron Sky Gallery makes accessible the very best in American Western Art by the very best interpreters of this art form, both physically at the gallery and online. We will augment the experience of viewing American Western Art at the Gallery by providing historical subtext to the art, and presenting special exhibits, live performances, film, educational programs, a lending library, social gatherings, and more. By introducing American Western Art to the East in a comfortable, intimate, sophisticated setting, it is our desire to not only enhance our patrons’ lives with stirring paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture, but to enhance Charlotte’s cultural standing as an emerging center for the arts. The spectacle and grandeur of the intrepid Cowboy, heroic Native American, colorful

marron Sky Gallery.

flora and captivating fauna, majestic mountain peaks, and bucolic valley rivers will, for the first time, be presented to an eager and appreciative audience right here in Charlotte. At Ci-

Our location is in the Charlotte business and recreational area of South End off West Tremont Avenue, with impressive growth continually chronicled by the local media. Enviably set in this up-and-coming art and dining district, we look forward to your visiting and experiencing our Adventure with the American West. 1. Krystii Melaine, Firebird, oil on belgian linen panel, 18” x 36” 2. Brian Sykes, Box Elder with Turquoise and Porcupine Quills, wood, turquoise, and porcupine quills, 15” x 8”

Where: Cimarron Sky Gallery 214 W Tremont, Charlotte, NC (704) 743-4332 Hours: Tues-Sat 10-6pm

Elder Gallery Celebrating 15 years In Charlotte, NC we sat down with Larry Elder of Elder Gallery to discuss the 15th anniversary of his gallery. Bringing together reknowned artists from around the country, Elder Gallery has been enhancing collections and defining the visual arts for the past decade and a half. For the past 15 years your gallery has grown to be one of the region’s leading art galleries. What brought you into this arena? After a hard-charging career in internet technology I decided that I was ready for a significant change. My artistic passion for creating and collecting art led me to believe that I could help people understand what constitutes good art. After being snubbed and condescended by gallery personnel around the nation I felt that I could establish an art gallery wherein visitors would feel welcomed and appreciated for wanting to learn about and enjoy art. What was your vision for the gallery? There’s good art and not-so-good art. I’ve discovered that many people don’t understand what constitutes “good art” which generally results in them not buying anything or buying something that is safe and forgettable. My vision for Elder Gallery continues to be one wherein I provide high-quality art that is provocative, unique, and reasonably priced. Define the art you choose to represent. I require that the artwork represented through my gallery be unique and intriguing and of the highest quality. I strive to offer a broad selection of styles, techniques, and subject matter with which I can personally connect in hopes that the market will support my choices. What has Elder Gallery brought to the Charlotte art scene? Elder Gallery embraces the concept that conducting good business includes giving

back to the community. In 2015 we hosted the fourth edition of Carolina’s Got Art!, the largest juried art competition for artists living and working exclusively in North and South Carolina. The ceramic component of Carolina’s Got Art! is the largest of its kind in the nation based upon monetary awards handed out to ceramic artisans. The competition has achieved national prominence and expresses our commitment to the visual arts in our two-state area. We curate gallery and museum exhibitions, present lectures, and serve as judge or juror for art competitions. What’s next for Elder Gallery? Our future plans revolve around promoting our consistent vision for the gallery, to continue our efforts to advocate for artists, and to educate the public. We believe that the arts can improve a child’s academic success, teach empathy and compassion, act as a stabilizer for failing neighborhoods, and increase tourism for our city. We do what we do because we know that the arts are the strongest, most immediate civilizing force in the world. It has been said that money can make us rich, love can make us brave, but art makes us human. _________________________________ Elder Gallery, 1520 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28203, 704.370.6337.

Each of my paintings represents a moment in time, a memory, a feeling, a personality. Each is a personal snapshot. This image is from a trip to Italy. I watched these two women as they were sharing some time leaning against the ancient wall relaxing in the loggia on the large square in Florence. Magnificent sculptures filled the space in front of them. Sometimes they chatted but often were in their own world. I found them quite interesting and took a number of photos of them. Facial expression tells so much about the subject. Not in the manner of a portrait but as a way of capturing an emotion or feeling.

Pamela Freeman 1903 Queens Road Charlotte, NC 28207

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This gives another layer of intrigue to my figurative work. 704.907.9462

wine. But at a vineyard, you also meet the growers, the people who are passionate about the wine. Then you try the different wines they make and you leave with a deeper appreciation for their talent and abilities as winemakers.” She believes that when you make those connections, you have a collector for life.

Ford Smith in Roswell Sparkling like a jewel in the heart of historic Roswell on Canton Street, the new Ford Smith Gallery emerges onto the local art scene featuring the radiantly serene landscape paintings from Atlanta’s own, worldclass artist, Ford Smith. This exclusive, artist-owned gallery is operated by veteran art team, Ford Smith and his wife Cristi. Ford is one of the nation’s most celebrated artists with worldwide gallery representation, while Cristi runs the the art business and writes for major art industry publications. This is their fourth Ford Smith Gallery, having had two other locations in Roswell and another in Santa Fe, New Mexico. “Ford lives and paints just a few miles from our new gallery, and after traveling for 3 years doing shows in other galleries, we missed having this broader stage to present his work,” Cristi says. Having a focused environment where they can showcase the breadth and diversity of his talent makes a great deal of sense in their hometown. The gallery recently introduced The Monochrome Series from Ford, which are a pensive suite of original paintings he created mostly in black, white, and silver-quite divergent from the classic vibrant and colorful hues for which he’s known. Cristi compares the Ford Smith Gallery experience to visiting a vineyard versus buying wine at a store. “First, you love the

On most days in the Ford Smith Gallery you’ll meet Cristi, and you might meet meet Ford. “We’re passionate about the art,” Cristi says, “And our clients are able to view the full spectrum of Ford’s talent rather than a selection.” “Our collectors have a personal, in-depth knowledge of Ford’s varied artistic genius and they feel the untethered nature of the art that comes with having your own stage.” 1. Mutual Understanding, acrylics, 44” x 44” 2. Perfect Storm, acrylics & mixed media, 48” x 24”

Where: Ford Smith Gallery 980A Canton St, Roswell, GA W-Th 1-5pm; F-S 1-7pm; Sun 12-4pm


Hidden Things Revealed Patricia Williams Opening Feb 5, 6-10pm A pinecone. A pear. An artichoke. Different and yet alike. A simple warmup sketch of these objects led Patricia Williams to this new exploration of the similarities and differences among common plants and animals. Glimpsed behind veils of abstract washes, disparate life forms are connected by color and shape. They reveal their nature as much by what is hidden as by what is revealed. The intriguing mix of abstraction and realism invites viewers to make their own interpretations of the images presented. The works are cerebral and often whimsical, yet display a strong emotional connection to the subject matter. A native of North Carolina, Ms. Williams now lives in Virginia and divides her time between Falls Church, the NC Outer Banks, and Albemarle County, where she finds inspiration in nature and the ever changing elements of the landscape. Mark Jenkins of the Washington Post said of Williams: The Virginia artist’s still lifes are hardly esoteric, but they do undertake the meta-

physical challenge of freezing instants amid unceasing change… Unlike most watercolorists, she applies multiple washes of paint, which is how she achieves voluptuous images such as “Plum Perfect,” which is halved, deep red and seemingly juicy. Williams also makes lyrical, near-abstract pictures in which bits of living things — petals, wings, pincers — swirl on white grounds… Williams may have a gentle touch, but it’s in the service of a forceful vision. This is the artist’s first solo show at 311 Gallery. Her work has also been shown by Touchstone Gallery in Washington DC, The Art League in Alexandria, Strathmore Hall, the Baltimore Watercolor Society, the Falls Church Watercolor Society, and the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild among others. For more information, please contact 311 Gallery Owner Allen Clapp at (919) 2474915 or 1. Flight Plan 2. Plum Perfect

Where: 311 Gallery 311 W. Martin St. Raleigh, NC (919) 436-6987

Texture Transformed Metalsmith Mirinda Kossoff and painter Mary Stone Lamb partner for a delightful exhibition featuring highly textured works – Lamb working in oil and encaustic and Kossoff in one-of-a-kind fine and sterling silver jewelry. Both artists focusing on detail and texture as they create beautiful pieces.

Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery Presents A Thousand Mornings, Drawings and Paintings by Norma Hendrix

February 9 – March 6, 2016 Opening Reception: February 12, 6-9PM Morphology and the Biomorphic Impulse “Biomorphism” or “biomorphic” abstraction is a term that describes a form of abstraction which employs rounded forms such as those found in nature. Well-known artists whose work employed this type of abstraction include, Wassily Kandinsky, Constantin Brancusi, Jean Arp, and Henry Moore to name a few. Mark Elliott, a sculptor and a featured artist in Morphology and the Biomorphic Impulse, delights in this form of expression because of its strong connection to the unconscious, not only in the creative process but in the viewing as well. He has teamed up with abstract painter Harriet Bellows, and photographer Bill McAllister, all three sharing aesthetic qualities and working with form, color, and line in various ways.

Norma Hendrix, founder and Executive Director of Cullowhee Mountain ARTS, began a practice several years back of doing a daily drawing as part of her journal practice. Before getting out of bed each morning, she would draw what she saw out one of the two long windows of her bedroom, in the circa 1890 farmhouse she dwells in. The pieces in this exhibit are selections from four years of morning drawings. 1. Harriet Bellows, Mama Singing 2. Mirinda Kossoff, Necklace

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

Mike Basher & Scott Taylor Black, White, and Color February 1-29 Beaufort Art Market, located steps from the waterfront on North Carolina’s Crystal Coast, presents a very busy spring in both the gallery and studio! In the Gallery Throughout February, photographers Mike Basher and Scott Taylor will present selections from their wide and varied portfolios. Using an old-fashioned box camera, Basher finds the sublime in natural landscapes, while Taylor’s exceptionally composed images of coastal life evoke a sense of serenity and nostalgia. In April Natalie Italiano, portrait artist and Teaching Fellow with Studio Incamminati, will show off a portion of portraits from her year-long projects, “Portraits of Promise.” Italiano spent two years painting portraits of teenagers, one 4-hour session at a time. Individually, the portraits are both stoic and striking. Taken as a whole, they create a patchwork of possibility. In the Studio March 18-19, Donna Slade will lead a colored pencil workshop. Slade will introduce the basics of working with the medium with a focus on building bold color and depth with pencil. Slade is a partner of the New Bern, NC, gallery Fine Art at Baxter’s and is known for her realistic still lifes.

April 4-8, Natalie Italiano will present “The Portrait as Art.” This workshop focuses on building procedures to accurately paint a portrait from life. Students will begin with short studies and finish out the week with a two-and-a-halfday portrait session. Italiano is both an artist and a professional art instructor with honors from the Portrait Society of America, the International Portrait Competition and Artist’s Magazine.

Looking Forward This May, The Art Market will welcome Ken Karlic and Albert Handell. Both will lead workshops, and Karlic’s work will be in the gallery through early June. The Art Market will also host a plein air paintout and competition with Karlic May 7th. For more information or to register for a workshop, please visit BeaufortArtMarket. com or call 252-838-1896.

1. Ken Karlic, Dockside Duet 2. Scott Taylor, Untitled

Where: Beaufort Art Market 129 Middle Lane, Beaufort, NC (252) 838-1896 Hours: Tues-Sat 12-6pm


Featured Artists

Breath of Heaven, oil on linen, 36” x 36”

Shadows on Church Street (detail), oil on canvas, 28” x 22”

Mary Erickson

Teresa Jones

North Carolina

South Carolina

Sketching the beaches in Connecticut from childhood began Erickson’s passion for painting natural landscapes, the coast, and the shorebirds that inhabit it. After twelve years in business, just before turning 30, Erickson made a life changing move to Florida and resumed her artistic journey. She started painting again, studied with several of today’s masters, worked in a small gallery and began selling watercolors. After seven years she “quit her day job” and now maintains studios in Venice, Florida and Marshville, North Carolina.

Having lived in South Carolina most of her life, Teresa Jones is extremely familiar with the subtle beauties of this region. Her passion for capturing a glimpse of such beauty is what makes her paintings truly southern and uniquely realistic. From coast to countryside to the mountains, Jones offers the viewer a private window to the landscapes and scenery familiar to both South Carolina residents and visitors alike.

Fulfilling a dream since childhood, Erickson shares the beauty of the world she sees through her painting. Her soulful renderings of birds, beaches, and the southern landscape take the viewer through memories of their own.

Throughout the years, while raising three children, Jones studied various media and has selected oil as her medium of choice. She has studied with many local and nationally known artists, in formal classes, as well as workshops.

Erickson’s work can be seen in Elder Gallery in Charlotte, NC; Helena Fox Fine Art in Charleston, SC; and Mary Anderson Fine Art in St. Simons, GA., among other fine galleries on the East Coast.

Jones is an active member of The Charleston Artist Guild and participates in many of their annual shows and exhibits. Her original work, as well as commissioned work is in private collections across the nation. She is also represented by Spencer Gallery I and The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery.



New Life II, acrylic, 24” x 48” Moondog Cottage, 303 Oberlin Rd, Raleigh, NC City Art Gallery, 511 Red Banks rd, Greenville, NC



Serengeti Slim (detail), 20” X 30”

Thomas Andrew, Red Tree (detail), acrylic and tinted oil stain on panel, 42” x 60”

John Nickerson

Jo Farris & Thomas Andrew

Courtyard Gallery February 1-29

Lagerquist Gallery February 19 - March 12

Courtyard Gallery is going “Into the Wild” for February as we feature large-format wildlife photography by John Nickerson. The images in Nickerson’s latest work were captured during trips to South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania. Nickerson and his wife, Brenda, were amazed at the magic and majesty of the bush and its inhabitants. “The hardest part of the trip was figuring out where I should point my camera, since we were almost always surrounded by wildlife.”

Jo Farris bases her paintings on layering forms with overlapping imagery. She combines abstract with realism, hard edge with soft, and bold colors with subtle tones. Her subject matter is also a combination of the real with the imagined.

Nickerson’s latest photo adventure included 8 days of photography game excursions during the height of the great migration. The images displayed are some of John’s favorites selected from the thousands he captured. Nickerson’s impressive large-scale photos bring the wilderness straight to the viewer, where one almost feels as if they were right there on the African plains face to face with a quirky giraffe, majestic lion, or intimidating cape buffalo.

Thomas Andrew is best known for is visually unique combination of acrylic and oil stain applied to wood and canvas using both brush work and palette knife. Mr. Andrew is a true colorist at heart with color taking precedence over the complexity of his subject matter. Jo Farris and Thomas Andrew are both southeastern artists with a long history of producing visually inquisitive works that take the viewer on a journey through canvas. The exhibit at Lagerquist Gallery is a unique exhibit bringing together the works from these two artists that showcase the dichotomy of palettes and subject matter that emcompass the portfolio of these two collector-quality artists.

Profiles in art Sandy Snead Lark & Key Gallery Sandy Snead co-owns Lark & Key Gallery with her husband, artist Duy Huynh. Celebrating 8 years this month, Lark & Key has been a staple of the Charlotte visual arts scene, bringing patrons unique, tantalizing 2D and 3D art. What was your introduction to art? I don’t recall a specific introduction but have been drawn to the creative process since childhood. My art classes in high school and a slight obsession with magazines led me to pursue a degree in graphic design, to do magazine layout and design. By the time I graduated I was more interested in jewelry and areas of art/design. Why a gallery? My husband, artist and gallery co-owner Duy Huynh, and I met at an outdoor art market where we were both selling our goods. Early in our relationship we talked about having a shop, a place to sell our work as well as work from other creative friends. Eventually we started hosting our own small art markets and the thought of opening a gallery became more enticing and realistic. I was freelancing as a textile designer when we decided to take the plunge and create what we had visualized for several years. How do you balance pottery and paintings? We represent a number of artists from around the country that work in acrylic, oils, encaustic, and mixed media. Since NC has a strong tradition of pottery we are proud to feature the functional and decorative work of local and regional potters. Balance of the two mediums can be achieved through contrasting and/or complimentary colors, textures, or narrative qualities that both may exhibit. We focus on flow, form and function, presenting work in such a

way that customers can envision enjoying in their own home. We noticed a lot of surrealist work. How do you choose your art? When choosing artists I look for work that is not only beautiful and well crafted, but fits the design aesthetic we have established for Lark & Key. We are drawn to work that is atmospheric, inspired by nature, slightly whimsical and/or slightly surreal (as you mention). I spent several years working in visual display and get to utilize those skills in the gallery, not only curating the work, but also striving for cohesiveness as well as breathing space. Our goal is to create a warm, cozy environment for our customers to explore art and hopefully leave inspired and uplifted. What’s next for Lark & Key? With each year we reevaluate what is or is not working, but ultimately we don’t plan too far into the future. We are very excited to be celebrating our eight-year anniversary this month, however we feel we are just hitting our stride. Our goal is to continue showcasing work that we love and offer our clients, old and new, a unique gallery experience. _________________________________ Lark & Key Gallery: 128 E Park Ave., Charlote, NC, 704.334.4616.


New Aquisitions: Picture House Gallery 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.

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. Many of their artists are

nationally and internationally renowned artists collected by institutions across the United States. 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. 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 pieces for some of Charlotte’s finest cor-


porations, and health care and financial institutions, some of which has encompassed the use of scaffolding and cranes.

of art forms. If you have any questions about any of the gallery’s services, come by 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 gallery offers an all encompassing range

1. Leila, Azalea’s Memory, painting on linen, 30” x 30” 2. Douglas, Abstract Realm, painting with mixed media on canvas, 60” x 60”

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

In 1999 a group of local women combined their extensive resources to plan a fun benefit to raise money to help United Family Services launch programs for victims of domestic violence. The annual event has raised over 1 million dollars for Safe Alliance over the past ten years through ticket sales, corporate sponsorships, a raffle, and the sale of auction items. Safe Alliance supports victims of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse and helps people build safe, healthy relationships. We do this through a continuum of shelter, counseling, legal and advocacy services serving more than 12,000 people a year in Mecklenburg county while reaching 10,000 more through advocacy and education. The 16th Annual Art with Heart will be Saturday, February 6, 2016 at Founders Hall in Uptown Charlotte.

Art With Heart Featured Artists Enjoy some of our favorite artists who donated works to the Art With Heart Charity Art Auction

Graham, Holly. Charlotte, NC. Holly creates abstract reflections of her every day experiences. Through spontaneous mark making and energetic compositions, she captures her visual representations of moments in time. Texture and color play an important role in expressing emotion through paint. 703.868.2366. Perseverance, oil and charcoal on canvas, 30” x 30”

Kawai, Emiko. Charlotte, NC. Originally from Yokohama Japan, Emiko Kawai graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with BFA in painting. Her art brings a sense of inner peace and remind viewers to cultivate an inner state of serenity in today’s society. 704.999.0357. Blissful Sky, 2013, acrylic on wood, 5” x 5”

Pender, William. Charlotte, NC. Semi retired attorney specializing in mediation. I have studied landscape and figure painting under Andy Braitman, a nationally renowned artist. My interest in landscape painting spans 50 years; I have been blessed with a full life of 80 years. Among my favorite artists are Richard Schmid, Andy Braitman, and a host of French impressionists. 704.375.5007.

These and many more artists have donated works to the Art With Heart Charity Art Auction. Their work can be viewed at




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Bethany Collins - “This is how the myth repeats,” through February 27. Installation composed of endings of narratives about race and identity. Group Exhibition - “The 5th of July,” through May 1. A show about “the day after”.

Bill Lowe Gallery

764 Miami Cir., Ste. 210

(404) 352 - 8114 Tue - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 11 - 5:30pm

Bill Lowe Gallery kicks off a magnificent year with CARNAVAL! The New Exuberance. This kaleidoscopic configuration of works presents vigor, vitality, and unrestrained passion. Carnaval is a “state of mind” celebrated across the globe! 2016 is looking caliente! THRU Feb. 20th.

Huff Harrington Fine Art

4240 Rickenbacker Dr.

(404) 257 - 0511 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm

Come see our carefully curated collection of original paintings by American and French artists in all styles and media. It’s a feast for the eyes and food for the soul, conveniently located in a charming Buckhead bungalow.


Colorful Expressions. Presenting the fine art work of Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios artists Gedalia Genin and Richard McGuinness. Featured work includes original paintings in pastels and acrylics. “Meet the Artists” receptions 12-4:00 on 2/20. On display through February 27. Reception: Feb. 20th, 12 - 4pm



Atlanta Lagerquist Gallery

690 Miami Cir. (404) 261 - 8273 Tue - Fri 10 - 5pm; Sat 11 - 5pm

Two person show for Jo Farris and Thomas Andrew. Running February 19th thru the 5th of March. Jo Farris bases her paintings on layering forms with overlapping imagery. Thomas Andrew – Mr. Andrew’s work is a visually unique combination of acrylics, oil stains applied to wood using palette knife.


75 Bennett St.

(404) 367 - 8700 Tue - Sat 10 - 5pm

Join us for an exhibition featuring the works of the 21 Working Artist Project (WAP) Fellows. The Museum has acquired one work from each of the past WAP exhibitions which will be featured in a group show at MOCA GA. Exhibition Dates: February 20-April 23, 2016.

Thomas Deans Fine Art

690 Miami Cir. ne ste 905

(404) 814 - 1811 Mon - Fri 11 - 5pm

January 22 - February 27: New Year/New Works. Paintings by artists new to the gallery, Chris Hayman, Sam Nejati, and Lisa Pressman.

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25 West Park Sq. NE (770) 427 - 5377 Tue - Sat 11 - 5pm

It’s an annual tradition at dk Gallery to celebrate the month of February with a beautiful evening of figural works of art in honor of Valentine’s Day. Romance of the Figure and Nude sets the tone for a beautiful evening with abstract and realism paintings by Gena Brodie Robbins, Holly Irwin, Ron Irwin, Kevin Chambers, Helen DeRamus, and Catie Radney. THRU Mar. 26th. Opening Reception: Feb. 12th, 6 - 8pm


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Ford Smith Gallery

980A Canton St. (678) 908 - 1989 wed - thur 1 - 5pm; Fri - Sat 1 - 7pm; Sun 12 - 4pm

“Point of You”. February 26-March 25. Opening reception with the artist in attendance Friday, February 26 from 6:309pm. The ground-breaking new series of original paintings by Atlanta’s own international art star, Ford Smith, created in iridescent and monochrome acrylics that visually transform as the viewer moves or changes their position. Opening Reception: Feb. 26th, 6:30 - 9pm Ford Smith, Hypnotic Approach, original painting in acrylics, 36” x 36”

Taylor Kinzel Gallery

16 Elizabeth Way (770) 993 - 3555 Mon - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

Friday, February 5th 6-9pm. NEW WORKS by Lisa Moore, Patrick Taylor & Bob Ichter. Join us for Historic Roswell’s RAD First Friday Artwalk, Friday February 5th 6-9pm as eight galleries and the Cultural Arts Center feature new work, receptions, visiting artists, entertainment & more! Complimentary shuttle. Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 6 - 9pm

Lisa Moore, Misty Morning, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”


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(770) 299 - 1122 Mon - THUR 12 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 5pm

Vinings Gallery is pleased to debut a one-man show with Henry Asencio the weekend of February 5th and 6th. Asencio’s work embodies passion and captures the undeniable grace of the female form. For additional information

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309 St Julian St. Studio 11 (912) 236 - 4583 Mon - Sat 11 - 5pm (closed Tues); Sun 12 - 5pm

Our Featured Artist, Tom Cooper, is a Savannah native and spent his summers at Tybee Island which gave him a love for the area. He hopes his works invoke a sense of peace as a result of the scenes portrayed. Savannah ArtWalk: Feb. 13th, 4 - 8pm

Gallery 209

209 E. River St.

Daily 10:30 - 9pm

Gallery 209 will be presenting the work of ceramic artist, Rebecca Sipper. Rebecca’s platters, bowls, and vases are fully functional. The bunnies, birds, and bugs that inhabit her work are intricately carved or painted, primarily in black and white. THRU Feb.

The Savannah Gallery

309 St. Julian St. Gallery 2

Mon, Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm

Grand reopening February 13, to coincide with Savannah Art Walk, 4-8 p.m. Featuring glass art by Robin Sterns, papercuts by Rachel Greneker and introducing Brad Hook’s watercolors and August Kroken’s colorful pottery. Grand Reopening: Feb. 13th, 4 - 8pm

artGuide promoting the visual arts “We at the 311 Gallery in Raleigh have had significant increases in traffic and sales due to our advertising and articles in the Art Guide. In addition to increasing our local traffic, we are now having customers from Charlotte, Charleston, and other areas come into the gallery directly as a result of seeing our ads and articles in the Art Guide. We have been quite pleased by the sales generated by the extra traffic from other areas from art lovers who seek us out when they come to Raleigh for meetings, vacations, or visiting friends. It is a win-win to be in a Guide with wide circulation—we get extra traffic and we get to see what other galleries are doing. Going to the larger ad and full page article this year has paid off for us with increased traffic.” Allen L. Clapp, Owner, 311 Gallery Raleigh, NC Advertiser since June 2012

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(919) 636 - 4135 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

“Biomorphism” describes a type of abstraction which employs rounded forms such as those found in nature. Sculptor Mark Elliott, painter Harriet Bellows, and photographer Bill McAllister, all three sharing aesthetic qualities and working with form, color, and line in various ways.

Opening Reception: Feb. 12th, 6 - 9pm

Bill McAllister, Scapula Triptych

Tyndall Galleries

201 S. Estes Dr., University PLACE

(919) 942 - 2290 Wed - Sat 11 - 6pm

A FOCUS ON CLAY featuring raku vases and tea bowls by Colleen Black Semelka, sculptural ceramic kimonos and sgraffito wall pieces by Ellen Kong, abstract figurative clay sculptures by Mary-Ann Prack, and raku vessels and lidded jars by Conrad Weiser. THRU Feb. 20th Colleen Black Semelka, Lace Tea Bowls, raku, 3” x 5” x 5”




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(704) 496 - 9181 Mon - Fri 11 - 5pm, SAT 11 - 2pm

Lovely, will be a host to charming pieces from a variety of our talented artists, both old and new. January 13 -February 26.

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery

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

Experiments in Mixed Media, works by represented artist Jerry LaPoint on exhibit and for purchase. Meet the artist reception, second Saturday, Feb 13th, 5-8 pm. Happy Valentine’s Weekend - one rose for first 50 customers at reception. All works by represented artists on display and for purchase February 2 - 27, 2016. Workshop Line-Up for 2016 visit Opening Reception: Feb. 13th, 5 - 8pm J. LaPoint, Valley, mixed media



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Ciel Gallery: A Fine Art Collective

128 East Park Ave.

(704) 496-9417 Tue - Sat 11 - 6pm

“Storytellers” Feature Artist, Emily T Andress, creates visual narratives through oil paintings and encaustics. Experience the power of story through art at Ciel Gallery! Ciel presents new exhibits each month, offers year-round classes, fine art, commissions and event space. THRU Feb. 29th.

Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 6 - 9pm

Emily Andress, Garden of Earthly Delight (detail)

Cimarron Sky Gallery

214 W. Tremont Ave. Ste. 102

(704) 743 - 4332 Tue - Sat 10 - 6pm

Please join us for our much anticipated Western Wednesday on February 17th, when we bring the rich culture of the American West to Charlotte, NC! You will have the rare opportunity to meet Artist, David Shingler, who is one of Southwest Art Magazine’s “21 Best New Artists Under 31”.

Western Wednesday: Feb. 17th, 6 - 8pm

David Shingler, Buena Vista Mountains, CO, oil on wood, 48” x 36”

Coffey and Thompson Art Gallery

1200 S. Graham St. (704) 375 - 7232 Mon - Fri 9 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 2pm

Coffey & Thompson is excited to announce that we have moved and have a beautiful new gallery in the Gold District of South End. We are also excited to announce that in addition to custom framing, art restoration, photography, and interior design all by Coffey & Thompson we will also be sharing space with Summerhour Lamps. Come check us out.


1520 South Tryon St. (704) 370 - 6337 Wed - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 10 - 2pm

As a child in Monterrey, Mexico, Javier López Barbosa grew up in a culture that appreciated color and celebrated it vibrantly in fashion, cuisine, entertainment, architecture, music, and certainly in fine art. Barbosa has mined that rich background for inspiration and refined it into paintings that offer unique and fully arresting experiences in contemporary abstract art. Barbosa’s studio is located in Santa Fe, NM.

Opening Reception: Feb. 5th

Javier Barbosa, Rising Spirit, oil on canvas, 32” x 28”

Lark & Key Gallery

128-B East Park Ave

(704) 334 - 4616 Tue - Sat 11 - 5pm

New Horizons - Featuring Kendra Baird, Duy Huynh, and Angie Renfro. Julie Covington will be the featured potter. 8x8 - Our eight year anniversary ‘sideshow’ featuring small 8”x8” works from eight of the gallery’s core artists. Both exhibits open February 5th and will be on view through March 26th.

Gallery Crawl: Feb. 5th, until 8pm

Kendra Baird, Wherever I May Go, acrylic on panel, 30” x 30”

Picture House Gallery

1520 East 4th St.

(704) 333 - 8235

Mon - Fri 10 - 4pm; Sat 10 - 3pm

ONGOING - Featuring Frederick Hart sculpture, works by Jamali, and extensive collection of paintings, sculpture, art glass, and various mediums. Established 1974. Cecil K, Abstract Figures, encaustic oil on canvas, 30” x 60”

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Elder Gallery




601-A Providence Rd.

(704) 333 - 4535

Mon - Fri 9 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 2pm

Town & Country. Janine Medlin’s pristine landscape, Lowcountry marsh, and seascape depictions in vivid oil paints on wood contrast vividly with the sights, people, and the fast-paced interaction captured in the cityscapes created by Isabel Forbes. February 2nd – 29th. Janine Medlin, Dreams We’re Given, oil on wood, 24” x 48”

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Both Mike Basher and Scott Taylor have an eye for beauty. Using an old-fashioned box camera, Basher finds the sublime in natural landscapes. Taylor’s exceptionally composed images of coastal life evoke a sense of serenity and nostalgia.

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Nationally known artist Beverly McIver explores the theme of family in her exciting new show, The Ties That Bind. McIver, the subject of the HBO documentary Raising Renee, is the Esbenshade Professor of the Practice of Visual Arts at Duke University. THRU Apr. 9th.

Opening Reception: Feb. 20th, 5 - 7pm

Beverly McIver, Hello, oil on canvas, 30� x 30�

Pleiades Gallery

109 East Chapel Hill St.

(919) 797 - 2706 Wed - Thurs 11 - 6pm; Fri - Sat 11 - 8pm; Sun 1 - 4pm

Durham under Development. What do YOU think about development happening in Durham? Pleiades Gallery contributes to the discussion about changes in our community with this juried fine art exhibit that includes pop-up events and opportunities to talk with local stakeholders. February 11-March 6, 2016.

Opening Reception: Feb. 19th, 6 - 9pm



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5400 Ramsey St. (910) 425 - 5379 Tue, Wed & Fri 11 - 5pm; Thur 11 - 7pm; Sat 12 - 4pm

From February 11th to May 7th, the David McCune International Art Gallery hosts a traveling exhibition: Rodin Portraits of a Lifetime. Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections featuring seventeen bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin as well as works honoring Rodin by Edward Steichen, John Tweed, and Paul Paulin. Opening Reception: Feb. 11th, 6 - 9pm

Auguste Rodin, Bust of Jean Baptiste Rodin, bronze, 16 1/8” x 11 1/4” x 9 1/2”, Executed: 1860; cast: Musée Rodin 2/12, 1980. Collection Iris Cantor.


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121 North Churton St.

(919) 732 - 5001 Mon - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 4pm

FLOW: Art and poetry inspired by nature and the Eno River, January 29th-February 21st. It’s All About The Story: Art inspired by Local Souls by Alan Gurganus. February 22 March 20th, opening reception Friday, February 26th 6-9pm. Author reading: Sunday February 28th, 4pm.

Opening Reception: Feb. 26th, 6 - 9pm

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323 Pollock st.

(252) 634 - 9002 Mon - Fri 10 - 6pm, Sat 10 - 5pm

Featuring Sculptors Keith Lambert and Willie Baucom. Lambert’s marble, ceramic and wood sculptures combine soft and hard elements creating contrasts in color and texture. Pieces are interlocking forms that have the effect of a puzzle, creating a visual and physical balance. Baucom is best known for her large clay figures and sculptures.

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311 West Martin St. (919) 247 - 4915 Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm

HIDDEN THINGS REVEALED. New Paintings by Patricia Williams. A pinecone. A pear. An artichoke. The intriguing mix of abstraction and realism invites viewers to make their own interpretations of the images presented. The works are cerebral and often whimsical, yet display a strong emotional connection to the subject matter. THRU Feb. 27th.

Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 6 - 10pm

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Adam Cave Fine Art

115 1/2 East Hargett St.

(919) 838 - 6692 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat - Sun 12 - 4

DIM SUM / new sculpture by Catherine Thornton. Take part in this unique interactive art experience where you, the audience, collaborate with the artist. Use Catherine’s endless variety of ceramic “building blocks” to create customized sculptures of your own design. THRU Feb. 29th. Opening Reception: Jan. 31st, 2 - 4pm

Catherine Thornton, Untitled, ceramic sculpture, 24” x 7”

ArtSource Fine Art Gallery

4421-123 Six Forks Rd.

(919) 787 - 9533 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm

During the month of February, ArtSource will feature Trip and Laura Park, a couple from Charlotte, NC. February 1-29.

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201 e. Davie St.

(919) 821 - 2787 Tue 10 - 7pm; wed - Sat 10 - 6pm

Artspace exhibitions this February celebrate fiber, textiles, and recent works by residency artists. Small Tapestry International: American Tapestry Alliance. Americana: Textile History as Muse: Robert Otto Epstein, Margi Weir & David Curcio. Regional Emerging Artists in Residence Exhibition: Kellie Bornhoft & Tedd Anderson.

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540 N. Blount St.

(919) 828 - 3165 Tue - fri 12 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

Oils and Watercolors by William Wright. February 1 – 29, 2015. We are happy to be featuring the work of Baltimore artist, William Wright in both oils and watercolors. His paintings will encompass both landscapes and still life subject matter.

Lee Hansley Gallery

225 Glenwood ave.

(919) 929 - 7557 Tue - Sat 11 - 6pm

Moving Art Sale. Galleries become art marketplace. Art discounted by Vincent Mastracco, George Bireline, E.C. Langford, Ben Berns, Richard Kinnaird, Anne Wall Thomas, Ted Potter, McDonald Bane, Nona Short, Sam Shelby, Francis Speight, Sarah Blakeslee, and Claude Howell, among others. The gallery will be moving from Glenwood Avenue this spring. Ben Berns, Spots Field in Sauratown Mountains, oil on paper, 27” x 39”

Little Art Gallery and Craft Collection

432 Daniels St.

(919) 890 - 4111 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

Featured Artist: February 1 – 15, 2016. JOHN SILVER: Revisiting the Coast. Recent paintings by North Carolina Artist, John Silver. Featured Artist: February 15 –March 15, 2016. BENJAMIN FREY: Mixed Media Journeys. Virginia artist, Benjamin Frey’s wax pencil drawings of circuses, carnivals, and travels inspire a sense of curiosity and wonder.

Raleigh 311 West Martin St.

Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4:30pm

Janie Johnson recently began exploring abstracts using both acrylic and watercolors. Her experience has released an inner freedom in traditional watercolors and has discovered a new relaxed approach creating a more abstract/realistic style. Her adventure has given her the opportunity to ‘Let it Go’. THRU February 27th. Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 6 - 9pm

NC Museum of Natural Sciences Nature Art Gallery

11 West Jones St. (919) 707 - 9800 Mon - Sat 9 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm

The Nature Art Gallery presents, “BEACH-HEADZ” North Carolina Marine Fossil Portraits by Rick Jackson. Feb. 5th through Feb. 28th. Gallery reception First Friday, Febuary 5th from 6:008:00pm at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 6 - 8pm

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Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery

719 N. Person St.

(919) 838 - 8580 Wed - Fri 10:30 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 4:30pm

The Figure - Classic to Contemporary. This annual exhibit on faces to figures features: Dan Beck (OPA Signature member), Nicole White Kennedy, Jean Grunewald, Catherine Martin, Lyudmila Tomova. From classical to contemporary figurative artworks with a human touch. THRU Mar. 11th. Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 6 - 8:30pm

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(910) 343 - 8997 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm

“An Artful Home” opens on February 26th, 2016. Our gallery has partnered with local interior designers to present vignettes elegantly combining our collection of original art with unique home furnishings. The gallery will host an opening reception on February 26th, 6pm-9pm, in conjunction with Wilmington’s Fourth Friday Gallery Night. Opening Reception: Feb. 26th, 6 -9pm

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(336) 723 - 5890 Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 4pm

Perviz Heyat, “This Urban Life”. These objects are not present in nature and generally considered as “ugly reality of living in a city”. I have painted these objects in a way that people can connect and not see them ugly at all, in fact see them as interesting familiar friends that are part of our daily lives.

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Salt Gallery

Beaufort Art Association Gallery

913 Bay St.

(843) 521 - 4444 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 12:30 - 4:30pm

Featured Artist through February will be local artist Tom Van Steenbergh, exhibiting “Water and Woods”. A collection of oil, acrylic, gouache, and pastel paintings inspired by the Lowcountry of South Carolina.

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art - i - facts Apart from the great Bernini, Alessandro Algardi was the leading sculptor of his time. His more sober style earned him the role of leading sculptor during the reign of the conservative Pope Innocent X.

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Charleston Anglin Smith Fine Art

9 Queen St.

(843) 853 - 0708 Mon - sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 4pm

Anglin Smith Fine Art features works by the Lowcountry family of artists Betty Anglin Smith, Jennifer Smith Rogers, Shannon Smith Hughes, and Tripp Smith. The gallery also features paintings by Kim English, Colin Page, and Carl Planksy, as well as sculptures in bronze by Darrell Davis.

Atrium Art Gallery

61 Queen St.

(843) 973 - 3300 Mon - sat 10 - 5pm

Atrium Art Gallery will be featuring Joseph Bradley “Gold Finches” during the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE).

Courtyard Art Gallery

149 1/2 East Bay St.

(843) 723 - 9172 Mon - sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm

Join us Friday, February 5th 5-8pm for an opening reception for “Into the Wild” featuring large-format canvases by wildlife photographer, John Nickerson. John captures the magic and majesty of the African bush and its inhabitants through his artful lens. THRU Feb. 29th. Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 5 - 8pm

Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture

102 Church St.

(843) 577 - 5500 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm

Feb. 12-27 Beth Carlson’s Equine, Canine, and Sporting Art. Beth will sign her book Fox Tales, featuring her foxhunting paintings and stories Friday, Feb. 12, 5-8:00pm Also on view: a documentary, The Debutante Hunters, and wine tasting by Boxwood Estate.

Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art

Opening Reception: Feb. 12th, 5 - 8pm

58 Broad St. (843) 722 - 3660 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm

Evgeny and Lydia Baranov come together for another breathtaking collection, this time in Hoorn, the Netherlands. Come see their incredible nautical paintings and learn about their unusual collaboration. Feb. 5 - 29th.

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Mary Martin Gallery

103 Broad St.

(843) 723 - 0303 Mon - Sun 10 - 6pm

Judy Fuller presents a unique interpretation of low country landscapes. Her singular style and her many layers of glazes create extraordinary oil paintings that are most serine and peaceful; an almost indefinable ethereal quality that is true nourishment for the soul. Opening Reception: Feb. 5th, 5 - 8pm

John C. Doyle Art Gallery

125 Church St. (843) 577 - 7344 Tue - Sat 11 - 5pm

Please join us in February as we celebrate the 34th annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition by showcasing many diverse wildlife works by the renowned John Doyle and Margaret Petterson. These works include Lowcountry blue crabs, the Great American Egret, leaping sailfish, and various breeds of hunting dogs that Mr. Doyle painted so well! John Doyle, Pearls of the North, 1999, oil on canvas, 36” x 48”

art - i - facts One of Paolo Uccello’s greatest commissions was a series of three paintings depicting a recent battle between Florence and Siena. Lorenzo de’Medici was so anxious to obtain the paintings that he resorted to force when the owners would not sell them. The dispute eventually ended in court.





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(843) 255 - 0068 Mon - Fri 11 - 7pm; Sat 11-5pm

February 4 – 29, 2016: Laura Spong At 90: Six Decades In Painting. An exhibition in two venues, if ART Gallery and Gallery 80808/Vista Studios, both in Columbia, presenting some 120 works from the mid-1950s through 2016 to celebrate the 90th birthday of one of South Carolina’s premier non-objective painters, Laura Spong. Opening Reception: Feb. 4th, 6 - 9pm

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art - i - facts Gerard David was one of the last painters to work in the early Flemish style of Jan van Eyck and Rogier van der Weyden. He used translucent layers of paint to build up richly colored glazes, and depicted a meticously ordered world.

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Morning Ritual - Egret, oil on linen, 28” x 17” 1.704.219.0391

Local Color Gallery 311 W. Martin Street

Elinor Bowman Watercolor, Chinese ink & Black Walnut Ink

Herons Hunting

Garland Mattox

Demure Nude Greenville, SC Asheville Gallery of Art

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Bass Harbor Marsh, 1999

Beaufort, NC | 661.305.7026



creative exposure Shelly Leitheiser

David M. Kessler Fine Art

Unique, vibrant paintings

Contemporary Fine Art Abstract Paintings for the Modern Home and Office 336-418-3038 Winston-Salem, NC Atlanta, GA

Amy Beshgetoorian

Ann Farrior


The Guardian

56 Tipping Paint Gallery

artist: 910-289-3621 Duplin Winery, Rose Hill, NC


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melissa designer jewel r y One of a kind fine gold jewelry by national award winning designer Melissa Booth in the heart of historic downtown Hillsborough. handcrafted jewelry

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Heron at Rest, (detail), 36� x 18�

116 S. Churton St. Hillsborough, NC 919-643-2600

Vicki Rees

58 Index Atlanta, GA - 28 - 30

Alan Avery Art Company Anne Irwin Fine Art Artists’ Atelier of Atlanta Atlanta Artists Center Atlanta Contemp. Art Ctr. Bill Lowe Gallery David Gallery dk Gallery Huff Harrington Fine Art Jackson Fine Art Kai Lin Art Lagerquist Gallery Lumiere Gallery Mus. of Contemp. Art GA O’Karma Gallery Pryor Fine Art Reinike Gallery Sandler Hudson Gallery (The) Signature Shop & Gallery TEW Galleries Thomas Deans Fine Art Watson Gallery Whitespace

Roswell, GA - 31 - 32 Ann Jackson Gallery Cowgirl Studios Creative Mill Art Show Ford Smith Gallery SLM Studio/Gallery Synergy Fine Art Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Vinings Gallery

Savannah, GA - 33 Friedman’s Fine Art Gallery 11 Gallery 209 (The) Savannah Gallery (The) Signature Gallery (The) Village Craftsmen

Asheville, NC - 35

Artetude Gallery Asheville Gallery of Art Black Mtn College Mus. & Arts Ctr Bender Gallery Blue Spiral I

Calabash, NC - 35 Sunset River Marketplace

Chapel Hill, NC - 36 FRANK Gallery Hanes Art Center UNC Tyndall Galleries

Charlotte, NC - 37 - 40 allison sprock fine art Anne Neilson Fine Art Charlotte Art League Charlotte Fine Art Gallery Ciel Gallery Cimarron Sky Gallery Elder Gallery Hidell Brooks Gallery LaCa Projects Gallery Lark & Key Gallery McColl Fine Art Mint Museum Randolph Picture House Gallery Projective Eye Gallery Providence Gallery Shain Gallery

Coastal, NC - 40 Beaufort Art Market Mike Basher Gallery

Durham, NC - 41

Craven Allen Gallery Durham Arts Guild Durham Arts Council Gallery Golden Belt Artist Studios Pleiades Gallery Through This Lens

Fayetteville, NC - 42

David McCune International Art Gallery

Hillsborough, NC - 42

Eno Gallery Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts

Mary Martin Gallery Michael Mitchell Gallery Principle Gallery Sandpiper Gallery Spencer Galleries

Columbia, SC - 53

701 Center for Contemp Art City Art Gallery Gallery West Havens Framemakers and Gallery if ART Gallery Village Artists Vista Studios/Gallery 80808

Greenville, SC - n/a

New Bern, NC - 43 Fine Art at Baxters

Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville Les Beaux Arts Gallery T.L. Norris Gallery

Raleigh, NC - 44 - 47

Hilton Head, SC - n/a

311 Gallery Adam Cave Fine Art ArtSpace CAM Raleigh Gallery C Lee Hansley Gallery Little Art Gallery Local Color Gallery NC Museum of Nat. Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery Roundabout Art Collective The Mahler Fine Art Tipping Paint Gallery

Wilmington, NC - 48 New Elements Gallery

Winston-Salem, NC - 48 Artworks Gallery

Beaufort, SC - 49

Atelier on Bay Beaufort Art Association Charles Street Gallery Elena Madden Studio Greenfish Gallery I. Pinckney Simons Gallery Indigo Gallery Rhett Gallery Inc. Salt Gallery Thibault Gallery USC Ctr for the Arts

Bluffton, SC - 49

Pluff Mudd Gallery Society of Bluffton Artists

Charleston, SC - 50 - 52 Anglin Smith Fine Art Atrium Art Gallery (The) Atelier Gallery Cecil Bryne Gallery Charleston Artist Guild Gallery Coco Vivo Fine Art Corrigan Gallery LLC Courtyard Art Gallery Dog & Horse Gallery Edward Dare Gallery Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art Ellis-Nicholson Gallery (The) Gallery on Broad Gaye Sanders Fisher Gallery Helena Fox Fine Art Horton Hayes Fine Art Lowcountry Artists John Carroll Doyle Art Gallery Martin Gallery

Endangered Arts Ltd Karis Art Gallery


311 Gallery - Amy Beshgetoorian Ann Farrior Art with Heart Beaufort Art Market BINDERS Art Supplies & Frames Cimarron Sky Gallery David M. Kessler David McCune International Art Gallery Elder Gallery Elinor Bowman Ellen Hathaway Emiko Kawai Fine Art at Baxters Ford Smith Gallery FRANK Gallery Garland Mattox Hillsborough Gallery of Arts - Historic Southend Holly Graham Judy Thompson-Phillips Lark & Key Gallery Linda Kimball Mary Erickson Melissa Designer Jewelry Mike Basher Molly Strader Pamela Freeman Picture House Gallery Shelly Leitheiser Sunset River Marketplace - Teresa Jones Todd Baxter Vicki Rees William Pender -

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when where Atlanta, GA, pg 28-30 Friday, February 12th dk Gallery, 6-8pm

Saturday, February 20th Artists Atelier Gallery, 12-4pm

Roswell, GA, pg 31-32 Friday, February 5th

Taylor Kinzel Gallery, 6-9pm

Friday, February 26th

Ford Smith Gallery, 6:30-9pm

Savannah, GA, pg 33 Saturday, February 13th Gallery 11, 4-8pm The Savannah Gallery, 4-8pm

Chapel Hill, NC, pg 36 Saturday, February 6th FRANK Gallery, 11-3pm

Friday, February 12th FRANK Gallery, 6-9pm

Wednesday, February 24th

Saturday, February 6th

Art with Heart Auction, 7-11pm

Saturday, February 13th

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 10-2pm Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 5-8pm

Wednesday, February 17th Cimarron Sky Gallery, 6-8pm

Durham, NC, pg 41 Friday, February 19th Pleiades Gallery, 6-9pm

Saturday, February 20th Craven Allen Gallery, 5-7pm

Fayetteville, NC, pg 42 Thursday, February 11th

David McCune International Art Gallery, 6-9pm

Hillsborough, NC, pg 42 Friday, February 26th

Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, 6-9pm

Sunday, February 28th

Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, 4pm

FRANK Gallery, 6-8pm

Charlotte, NC, pg 37-40 Friday, February 5th

New Bern, NC, pg 43 Friday, February 12th Fine Art at Baxters, 5-8pm

Raleigh, NC, pg 44-47 Friday, February 5th

311 Gallery, 6-10pm Adam Cave Fine Art, 6-9pm Local Color Gallery, 6-9pm Nature Art Gallery, 6-8pm Nicole’s Studio & Gallery, 6-8:30pm

Wilmington, NC, pg 48 Friday, February 26th

New Elements Gallery, 6-9pm

Winston-Salem, NC, pg 48 Sunday, February 7th Artworks Gallery, 2-4pm

Charleston, SC, pg 50-52 Friday, February 5th

Courtyard Gallery, 5-8pm Mary Martin Gallery, 5-8pm

Friday, February 12th

Dog & Horse Fine Art, 5-8pm

Columbia, SC, pg 53 Thursday, February 4th if ART Gallery, 6-9pm

Sunday, February 14th if ART Gallery, 2pm

Ciel Gallery, 6-9pm Elder Gallery Lark & Key Gallery, 6-8pm

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Douglas, Tri En Metropole, painting on wood, 60” x 50”

artGuide February 2016  

artGuide is a monthly visual arts publication covering art galleries and artists in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

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