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21 Raúl Diáz, Near Unquillo, 2016, mixed media on wood panel, 56 1/4” x 74 5/8” (Jerald Melberg Gallery)
Known as a hub of banking, Charlotte, North Carolina has exploded with visual arts spaces. In this issue we feature Raúl Diáz at Jerald Melberg Gallery, a Q&A with SOCO Gallery’s Chandra Johnson, Carl Plansky at Elder Gallery, and many more 21
Things to do Atlanta Collects Art aficionados in Atlanta are enjoying a striking array of works by famous artists at the Breman Jewish Heritage Museum 18
People Artist Intros Three times a year artGuide introduces regional artists to it’s readers. Learn about their art and more 31
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Vol. 8 No. 02
Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009), Hand Split (1979), 39” x 30” (Private Collection) Features Atlanta Collects - The Breman, pg 18 Impressionism to Modernism, Early Photography, pg 20 Art Destinations - Charlotte, pg 21
Carl Plansky, Ortrud (Elder Gallery, pg 24)
what’s inside Features Impressionism to Modernism Masterworks of Early Photography Exhibit at the David McCune International Art Gallery at Methodist University 20
Local Color Featuring works from FRANK Gallery artists
The Winners Circle 311 Gallery is pleased to present the winners of their 2016 Juried Show 37
Exhibits Atlanta, GA. Lagerquist Gallery presents new works by gallery favorite, Greg Ragland 38
Clarence H. White (1871-1925), The Mirror, ca. 1912, platinum print, 9 7/8” x 7 3/4” Collection of Michael Mattis & Judith Hochberg Courtsey of art2art Circulating Exhibitions
Marietta, GA. Rebecca Salcedo at Marietta Square Artist’s Attic 40 Calabash, NC. Elements of Nature, at Sunset River Marketplace 44 Hillsborough, NC. Artworks Inspired by Out of Abaton, part of It’s All About the Story at the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts 51 New Bern, NC. Marvin Saltzman Retrospective, Professor Emeritus of UNC, Chapel Hill at Fine Art at Baxters 51 Richmond, VA. Glenda Creamer at Art Works Richmond 58
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36 Henryk Fantazos, Yellow Sky of Summer
Andrew Wyeth (1917 - 2009), Hand Split, 1979, 39” x 30”, Private Collection
Atlanta Collects: Treasures from Atlanta’s Private Collectors ATLANTA - Art aficionados in Atlanta are enjoying a striking array of works by famous artists at the Breman Jewish Heritage Museum since the exhibition Atlanta Collects: Treasures From Atlanta’s Private Collectors opened on December 5. Degas, Kandinsky, Manet, Delacroix, Picasso, Wyeth, and other masters are featured in this exclusive art show borrowed from the private collections of Atlanta residents, and many of these pieces have never been seen in public before.
The Breman is presenting Atlanta Collects in celebration of its 20th anniversary with the goal of highlighting the diversity of Atlanta’s Jewish-owned collections. The first part of the show runs through Feb. 26, 2017 and features art from the 1800s until the end of the 20th century. The second phase, showcasing works created after 2000, will take place from March 12 until June 11, 2017. The sheer variety of Atlanta Collects has come as a surprise to many. “That’s the advantage of a show like this – visitors can gravitate toward the works that speak to them personally. There is something for everyone,” said Aaron Berger, the museum’s Executive Director. This is not a show of Jewish art, he added, but is instead an exceptional fine art exhibition featuring a variety of styles, artists, genres, and sub-
Jack Earl (1934 -), The Sky Don’t Know, 1988, ceramic, 24” x 18” x 6”, Private Collection
ject matters from different periods. He also called it “an opportunity to delve into the mind of art collectors from around Atlanta.” Atlanta Collects Curator William Eiland, Director of the Georgia Museum of Art, said there is a belief that there are few art collectors in Atlanta. “This exhibition combats that notion by just showcasing a small selection of truly fine works from Jewish homes.” “This is a walk through 200 years in one room,” said a visitor recently while surveying the works in the Blonder Gallery. Another commented, “People actually own these works? I never thought about seeing works of this quality outside of a museum. What a treat it must be to live with them every day.” The William Breman Jewish Heritage Mu-
seum is one of the leading places to visit in Atlanta, GA. Their Jewish culture, arts, and history museum is home to the permanent exhibition Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years, 1933-1945; and the Blonder Gallery and the Schwartz Gallery, each hosting a variety of traveling and rotating exhibitions. The Museum Library and Cuba Family Archives add to the Atlanta-based attractions while The Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education provides meaningful educational resources for students, teachers, and lifelong learners.
Where: The Breman Museum 1440 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, GA 678.222.3700 theBreman.org
Kühn, Gertrude Käsebier, Edward Steichen, and Clarence White, as well as Stieglitz himself. While they had their individual approaches to picture-making, these all involved the marriage of traditional painting subject matter – landscape, allegorical study, nude, still life – to a suitably hand-crafted photographic print. This combination of painterly imagery and print-making is known as Pictorialist photography. The works in this exhibit, drawn from the private collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg, include superb examples of a variety of photographic printing techniques employed by the Pictorialists, such as platinum, gum-bichromate, carbon, cyanotype, and bromoil prints.
Impressionism to Modernism, Masterworks of Early Photography “Why, Mr. Stieglitz, you won’t insist that a photograph can possibly be a work of art – you are a fanatic!” -- Metropolitan Museum Director Luigi Palma de Cesnola to Alfred Stieglitz, 1902 This exhibit celebrates an intrepid and colorful group of photographers at the turn of the 20th century on both sides of the Atlantic who fought to establish photography as a fully-fledged fine art, coequal with painting, sculpture, and etching. Their leader was Alfred Stieglitz, whose exhibition space, the “Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession,” and exquisitely printed magazine, Camera Work, advanced the vision of the most ambitious artist-photographers, including Heinrich
The exhibit also covers the explosive aftermath of the Photo Secession, when, starting with the work of Paul Strand in 1915-16, photography transitioned by fits and starts from Pictorialism to Modernism. Some photographers, clustered around Clarence White, continued to make painterly photographs. Others, particularly Steichen and Strand, adopted “straight” photography and staked out the Modernist idiom. This exhibition opens on February 9th, and runs until April 8th. Collection of Michael Mattis & Judith Hochberg. Courtesy of art2art Circulating Exhibitions, LLC. Karl Struss (1886-1981), New York Street Scene with Flatiron Building, ca. 1915, Gelatin silver print, 4 ½” x 3 ½” ©1983 Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Ft. Worth, TX, P1983.25.1217.
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 info@DavidMcCuneGallery.org
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Art Destinations Charlotte, NC Nestled at the bottom of the North Carolina Piedmont, Charlotte is a bustling metropolis with a vibrant downtown and awesome skyscrapers. What is easily recognizable for anyone visiting the city is itâ€™s very vibrant arts scene. From museums that carry artwork from world renowned artists, to art centers, and galleries, purveying the Charlotte visual arts scene is not a single day affair! Anchoring downtown is two amazing modern architectural works, The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and The Mint Museum. Each museum carries an amazing collection of artwork in addition to being architecturally a work of art themselves. From The Bechtlerâ€™s permanent exhibit of mid-20th century works to the significant rotating exhibits of The Mint, each museum is dedicated to enhancing the cultural experience of Charlotte.
With the museums in downtown, the surrounding neighborhoods carry a dizzying array of fine art galleries, which range from artist owned co-ops to Fine Art Dealer Association (FADA) galleries. Whether youâ€™re interested in top local artists, artwork from regional artists, or works from national and internationally significant artists, Charlotte has a one-of-a-kind eclectic mix that will satisfy all palettes. In the following pages we introduce some of the amazing Charlotte art galleries with exhibit information, gallery information, and more. Keep in mind that these are just a taste of what Charlotte has to offer. If you visit our map page in the Charlotte section in the back of the publication you can see the many other galleries in the city. _________________________________ For more information on Charlotte galleries and exhibits visit our relaunched art news & art blog website, www.artguidemag.com.
Raúl Diáz, Apilados I, 2016, painted bronze, 21 3/4” x 27 1/2” x 20”
Jerald Melberg Gallery Founded in 1983, Jerald Melberg Gallery prides itself on enjoying a fine reputation based on years of honesty and integrity among our colleagues and collectors. We provide the professionalism, knowledge, and expertise needed to place quality works of art in public, private, and corporate collections. The gallery represents artists from all regions of the United States as well as Europe and South America. Among these are internationally celebrated artists Romare Bearden, Wolf Kahn, Robert Motherwell, Brian Rutenberg, Raúl Diáz, Thomas McNickle, Charles Basham, among others. Our artists are chosen with extreme care, as we seek to exhibit works of art that have a particular visual poetry, a spiritual quality and an inner integrity that transcends the everyday. Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to currently present a solo exhibition of recent
paintings and sculpture by Argentine artist Raúl Diáz (b. 1952) on view through March 18. Diáz has spent many years perfecting a technique for his bas-relief painted panels, and his pieces are notable for their contrast of dream-like imagery and contemplative silence with technical invention. His imagery draws on childhood memories of lake fishing, where the sight of floating wooden boats occupied by solitary figures remains indelible in Diáz’ memory. Now he calls on this memory to create visual metaphors for life’s journey. Recently he has taken his work into three dimensions, carving boats and figures in wood or casting them in bronze. The subjects of Raúl Diáz’ paintings are the topics of life. His recent work is a poetic vision symbolic of our human existence.
Where: Jerald Melberg Gallery 625 South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, NC 28211 (704) 365-3000 www.jeraldmelberg.com Hours: Mon-Fri 10-6pm; Sat 10-4pm
SOCO Gallery In Charlotte, NC we profiled SOCO Gallery, an amazing space with an array of nationally collected artists. SOCO Gallery has been opened since May of 2015. How did the gallery begin? The genesis of the gallery stemmed from my personal passion for collecting contemporary art and a desire to support the artists I love. The gallery grew from pop-up exhibitions in Charlotte and the response from the community was so energetic that a permanent space was born. My goal is to bring in artists from all over the world to provide a strong dialogue with our talented artists working locally and regionally Where is the gallery located? We opened in a wonderful 1920â€™s bungalow on Providence Road with a beautiful front porch and courtyard in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte. Our space is contemporary with southern elements and provides the feel of an urban gallery mixed with warmth and soul. We share the space with one of the most finely curated boutiques for men in the South, Tabor, and have a lobby filled with vintage vinyl records by Creampuff Records. Most weekends, we have good coffee brewing or champagne pouring to create a welcoming and fun community space. We merged the best of art, music, fashion, and culture to create a really dynamic experience. Tell me about your artists? Originally, SOCO focused on photography as that had been an early collecting interest of mine, and the south has such a strong historical connection with photography. As we grew it became apparent that painting, sculpture, and multimedia also deserved a role in SOCOâ€™s program and we have been able to do exhibitions with leading painters such as Clare Rojas and sculptors/multi-disciplinary artists such as Robert Lazzarini. We still have a strong roster of photographers and have even reintroduced artists like Ken Van Sickle, who
was one of the original artists in the first photography exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1960. This year, we have an exciting exhibition roster including artists Carrie Yamaoka, Linda Foard Roberts, Elliott Puckette, and Jackie Gendel, among others. For many, it is their first time showing in North Carolina which makes us extremely proud. As you approach your second year anniversary, what have you learned about owning an art gallery? Owning a business has been an incredible journey. I feel lucky to share my passion through SOCO Gallery. I learn something new in this business every day and hope to never stop growing. I find the world of contemporary art fascinating and feel honored to be an ambassador for the incredible artists we work with. _________________________________ There are more questions and answers with SOCO Gallery at: www.artguidemag.com/artblog/ socogallery. Discover their dynamic bookstore and specialized services! Image: Chandra Johnson. Chandra Johnson is the founder of SOCO Gallery, 421 Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC 28207. www.soco-gallery.com
Carl Plansky, Large Hill, Le Roche Guyon, 48” x 60”
Elder Gallery At the time of his death in 2009 at age 58, Carl Plansky had just hit his stride. Like so many respected and notable painters, Plansky fought the constant battle of achieving commercial success while still holding true to his artistic vision. It was a position he found equally frustrating and empowering. He said, “the art world is cool and hip. [I am] too hot and passionate.” At the time of his death, he had become a revered and successful artist on his own terms, without compromise or regret. The fire of his individualistic stance was fueled and constantly reinforced by his friend and mentor Joan Mitchell. Their rocky and often sadistic relationship led to months together in her Vétheuil, France studio where some of their best work resulted. For Plansky, Mitchell’s La Tour estate provided lush landscapes with inspirational light that became the subject of his “La Tour Water Garden” series. Elder Gallery has acquired the entire collection of Plansky’s paintings and drawings from his three studios in Brooklyn,
East Meredith, NY, and Budapest, Hungary. The 1000-piece collection has been catalogued and authenticated and is ready for distribution to interested art markets across the United States and Europe. Plansky studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art and the New York Studio School. His work is represented in numerous private and public collections. He taught, or lectured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Chicago Art Institute, Maryland Institute College of Art, Harvard University, Smith College, Bennington College, Northwestern University, and other institutions of higher learning. Plansky has been featured on CBS Radio’s The Osgood File and has been the subject of articles for The New York Times, The New Republic, Art and Antiques Magazine, Art in America, The Wall Street Journal, and The New Criterion among others. _________________________________ Elder Gallery, 1520 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28203, 704.370.6337. www.elderart.com
Art With Heart February 11, 2017
At the 17th Annual Art With Heart, one of Charlotte’s premier fundraisers, you’ll enjoy an open bar and hors d’oeuvres while bidding in silent and live auctions featuring beautiful art from around the globe. Tickets are on sale now! Join other art lovers and community leaders February 11, 2017 at 7pm at Founders Hall and become part of the tradition that has raised more than $1 million in support of families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. Proceeds directly support the life-saving services provided by Safe Alliance. Everything we do at Safe Alliance is about providing hope and healing to people in crisis. At Art With Heart, we’ll celebrate the important partnership of artists, donors, and volunteers, and we’ll honor the lives changed as a result of our collaborative work. We’re passionate about what we do because one in three women will be impacted by domestic violence or sexual assault in their life time. For many families, Safe Alliance is their place of sanctuary; we served more than 10,000 individuals last year.
General admission includes a raffle ticket. VIP admission includes a raffle ticket, complimentary valet parking, reserved seating during the live auction, access to VIP-only special art preview, a champagne toast, and swag bag. Individual and corporate sponsors allow Safe Alliance to provide emergency shelter, trauma counseling, and legal representation to the families we serve. Purchase your tickets or sponsor the 17th Annual Art With Heart at: www.SafeAlliance.org/ArtWithHeart.
Where: Founders Hall 100 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC February 11, 2017, 7-11pm http://www.safealliance.org/ event-pages/art-with-heart
26 1. allison sprock fine art 600 Queens Road, Charlotte, NC www.allisonsprockfineart.com 704.705.2000 allison sprock fine art is located in the heart of Myers Park in Charlotte. The gallery is bursting with numerous amazing original pieces from very famous to emerging artists from all over the world!
Hyong Yi’s 100 Love Notes, the worldwide sensation that began with hand written words of love handed to passing strangers to mark the one year anniversary of Charlottean Catherine Zanga’s death from ovarian cancer, will debut featured artwork at Ciel. The kick-off party will be January 28, with original works from the book on view through February. Tickets and book at www.100lovenotes.com.
The gallery’s selection of art is an eclectic mix of styles: from stunning abstracts to breathtaking portraits. allison sprock fine art captivates all sorts of art lovers from the new comers to the longterm connoisseur. Sprock has had a lifelong passion for fine art and has brought influences from her experiences living in NYC, Charlotte, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Charleston.
Ciel also offers comprehensive art instruction for beginners through advanced students both on and off site, as well as private and public commissions.
With a cozy, relaxed atmosphere, allison sprock fine art invites visitors to dream and envision pieces in the comfort of their own home. At any time guests are welcome to stop by and enjoy a refreshment while browsing our beautiful, diverse collections.
Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique, established in 2008, is celebrated for its diverse selection of paintings and functional craft from over 30 local, regional, and national artists. Owners Sandy Snead and Duy Huynh interweave a calming and rustic sensibility with an eye towards the slightly whimsical, the subtly surreal, and nature inspired. The gallery walls are filled with stories to ponder and dreamscapes to get lost in, including Huynh’s own poetic paintings, the modern day fairy tales of Mary Alayne Thomas, and encaustic assemblages by Janet Eskridge. Other core artists include Elizabeth Foster, Sarah Kaufman, Judy Klich, Bridgette Guerzon Mills, Angie Renfro, Kendra Baird Runnels, Vicki Sawyer, and Jeanie Tomanek.
2. Ciel Gallery 128 East Park Avenue, Charlotte, NC www.cielcharlotte.com / 704-496-9417 Ciel Gallery, located in the South End Arts District of Charlotte, NC, is an artist-run exhibition and workshop space featuring 27 local makers of fine art and functional craft. A Charlotte fixture since 2008, Ciel encourages innovation and collaboration. Artists are available daily to talk about their work, the process, and inspiration. Exhibitions are rotated monthly and include three national juried shows each calendar year, several salon shows, and featured artist shows. 2017 will include an exhibition on Faces of Charlotte, highlighting diversity and community; Works on Paper, encouraging experimental directions and accessible art for new collectors; and Skew the Masters, our annual fundraiser and auction benefitting Arts and Science Council of Mecklenburg County.
3. Lark & Key Gallery 128 E Park Avenue, Ste B, Charlotte, NC www.larkandkey.com / 704.334.4616
Artwork is complemented by an array of local and regional pottery from artisans such as Jim Connell, Julie Covington, Jennifer Mecca, Amy Sanders, Andrew Stephenson, and Julie Wiggins. Handblown glass, handmade jewelry, and paper goods round out the selection. Lark & Key, located in Charlotte’s South End neighborhood, offers an inviting space for first time buyers, long-term collectors, gift seekers, and fine craft scavengers to explore and be inspired.
1. Marc Chatov, Jeanne d’Arc, oil on board, 12” x 16”
2. Diane Pike, Entwined, 2016, oil, 30” x 40”
3. Jeanie Tomanek, Asking Questions of the Moon, oil on canvas, 30” x 30”
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. “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”. 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 of art forms. If you have any questions about any of the gallery’s services, come by and talk to the experienced staff. For more information about the gallery’s services feel free to visit their website or call them. 1. Douglas, Side by Side, painting on wood, 60” x 60” 2. Douglas, Seasonal Drifting, painting with mixed media on canvas, 48” x 48”
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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Artist Intros Three times a year artGuide sends out a call-for-artists to thousands of artists across the region. With hundreds of responses artGuide goes through the task of choosing 8 artists to be featured in artGuideâ€™s Artist Intros. artGuide is excited to bring these artists to the attention of our patrons from across the Southeast and mid-Atlanta. From hundreds of gallery owners to thousands of patrons, our readers anxiously await Artist Intros to see the new selection of artists and their artwork. The purpose of Artist Intros is to introduce artists who create wonderful works of art. artGuide tries to select a true mix of artworks, from photographs, to paintings, to ceramics. Some artists are established in their own right, while others are emerging.
For us the stories behind the artwork and artists are just as intriguing as the artwork itself. Our collector-readers take this to heart and routinely ask us for more information about each artist. In the following pages you will find the selection of artists for artGuideâ€™s February 2017 Artist Intros. Here you can read about the artists and their artwork, while viewing a very small sampling of their works. We encourage you to investigate their websites so you can view more of their portfolio and get to know the artists. ________________________________________
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Mike Basher, Beaufort Inlet I, 2015, silver gelatin photograph, edition 3/5, 40” x 50”
Bill Abramson Asheville, North Carolina
www.TheWaveLandGallery.com As Bill reminisced about his heritage, he felt the strong desire for the Torah to be a greater part of his life. He spoke to his rabbi and requested permission to photograph the open Torah. The result, a 36” x 36” canvas is truly inspired. Notice the warm colors and the yad (hebrew for hand) lying across the parashah (hebrew word for a section of the Torah). Bill donated it as a gift to Rabbi Skolnick and the South Orlando Jewish Center. A copy hangs prominently in Bill’s home providing him with inspiration and good feelings, bringing Ha’Shem to mind frequently. Since then he has received accolades from many people. This piece of work is currently hanging (or soon to be) in Bradenton, Clearwater, Orlando, Asheville NC, and several private homes. In this image, the Torah is opened to the parashah Terumah, which describes the construction of the Holy Ark.
Mike Basher Beaufort, North Carolina www.bashergallery.com Working exclusively with black and white film, Mike Basher captures the drama of scenes from the sands of Death Valley to the mountains of Alaska, and of his surroundings in the Outer Banks, where he calls home. His quiet compositions breathe an immense amount of energy, often while incorporating the subtlest of elements. “I work rigorously toward the exact photograph I have in my mind, and when I feel I have composed it, I make one exposure. It is rare that two exposures or different compositions are made of the same scene. Each moment is meticulously crafted, carefully exposed and completely individual as I pour myself into them. They are my best offering.” It is in this way that his work is highly limited, and carefully curated, even before the shutter is released. Basher’s editioned silver gelatin photographs are printed using archival darkroom methods, and are exquisitely custom framed by the artist to his exacting standards.
Mark Bettis, City Visions, oil/cold wax on wood panel, 48” x 24”
Asheville, North Carolina www.markbettisgallery.com
Charleston, South Carolina www.DeaneVBowersArt.com
Mark Bettis went from art director to artist. After 20 years in the advertising field he is living his dream of just painting. He started in a small 200 square foot studio in the River Arts District in Asheville and now has a large gallery and studio on the first floor of the Wedge building.
Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Deane relocated to the Lowcountry almost 10 years ago and now calls Charleston home. She is passionate about being an environmentally conscientious artist making it her mission to create eco friendly art. While Deane’s eclectic collection includes pieces in mixed media collage, clay and paint, her work in found object sculpture brings her the greatest joy and satisfaction.
Mark paints daily and also manages the gallery from behind his painting table, talking with customers and going over his process. He now carries over five artist other than himself and business is great. Throughout the year he also teaches workshops and has openings in various galleries across the country. Visit Mark at 123 Roberts Street, Asheville, NC. www.markbettisart.com and www.markbettisgallery.com.
As a self-taught artist, Deane’s creative process is guided by two principles. First and most importantly, produce art that makes people happy. Second, strive to be an environmentally conscientious artist whose work has a positive impact on the environment and celebrates recycling as an art form. Using mostly discarded, abandoned, and reclaimed materials, her “environmental folk art” honors those forgotten things. Their interaction with one another is accomplished through detailed layering in a graphic and interesting medley highlighted with bold, vibrant colors to create an unusual balance of industry and art.
Jim Killen, Break Time, 2016, acrylic, 24” x 36”
Jim Killen Teresa Jones, Charleston Steeples, oil on lines, 14” x 11”
Teresa Jones Charleston, South Carolina www.teresajonesfineart.com 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 uniquly realistic. From coast to countryside to the mountains, Teresa offers the viewer a private window to the landscapes and scenery familiar to both South Carolina residents and visitors alike.
Owatonna, Minnesota www.killenoriginals.com A master artist, avid sportsman, and dedicated conservationist, Jim Killen has reaped national and international awards, including being honored three times as “International Artist of the Year” for Ducks Unlimited. Jim merges his passion for the outdoors into every facet of his life. He spends hours with his camera recording the beauty and serenity of the great outdoors with his own sporting dogs by his side. “I feel a closeness to dogs... I have hunted with some great dogs and painted them as well... I know the dedication that exists between an owner and their dog.”
Although she has had a life long dream to paint, she only began her career in 2004 after moving to Charleston. Throughout the years, while raising three children, Teresa 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.
The distinctive style and quality of Jim’s original paintings, along with his wealth of knowledge and experience makes for an extraordinary combination. His art has generated millions of dollars for conservation groups such as Ducks Unlimited International, Pheasants Forever, Quail Unlimited, and the National Wild Turkey Federation. He was named Southeastern Wildlife Expo “Artist of the Year” in 1987.
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.
Jim’s studio overlooks the 160 acres he developed into a wildlife management area focusing on waterfowl, pheasant, wild turkey, and deer. Contact information can be found at www.killenoriginals.com.
Barbara Rohde, Mountain Lake, 2016, watercolor on gesso, 15” x 22”
Barbara Rohde Durham, North Carolina www.barbararohde.com Barbara is a watercolorist. She paints what she sees and feels about this incredibly compex world. Painting full time since 2004, she loves the freedom to grow as an artist. She is a Signature member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina, showing her work in juried exhibitions throughout the region, and marketing her work through her studio, gallery representation, and website. Barbara paints many different subjects: landscape, architecture, wildlife, florals, and others. Often working in a representational way using processes that emphasize light and shadow resulting in a kind of stylized realism. She works from many different inspirations: her own photos, still life arrangements, on sight landscape, live models, prepared specimens, or her imagination. She pays attention to value, expressing both the visual image and mood in darks, medium tones, and light color, using transparent watercolor layering. See Barb’s art on her website and showing at the Cary Gallery of Artists, 200 S. Academy Street, Cary, NC.
Regina Voncannon Seagrove, North Carolina Pottery Juction Studio Regina was born in Tacoma, WA to a military family and spent her young life traveling all over the US and Europe. Regina met her husband, Eddie, while she was studying at Central Texas College. They moved their business to Seagrove, NC, known as “The Pottery Capital of the World” and opened their studio Pottery Junction in 1989. Regina has perfected her art over the years, focusing on shape and form. She is a prolific artist not tied to any special type of ceramic style, she works in a variety of techniques ranging from Raku to porcelain and stoneware. Regina makes beautiful hand turned works which range from abstract flowing designs with eye catching textures to fully functional, yet beautifully utilitarian wares. Currently she is moved by metallic surface and whimsical form working with mixed mediums as part of her finished designs such as beads, metal, plastic shapes, and other materials which aid in the look and expressions the finished works express.
February 7 - March 4, 2017 FRANK Gallery “All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites.” - Marc Chagall Color. There is no one way to use it. Simply through color, an artist can evoke strong emotions and create deep meaning in their work. On a color wheel, opposing colors are considered complementary. In a painting, neighboring colors often energize one another. In a work of art, a single color can tell a profound story, many colors together can make a powerful statement. In a sense it is a community of individuals working in harmony, not unlike our own. FRANK gallery presents Local Color, an exhibition showcasing our diverse range of work by our talented community of artists. Each piece has been chosen based on one of the most basic concepts of artmaking – color. This group show features painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, woodwork, and more, by our renowned collective of local and regional artists. Based on the theme of color, we will not only be presenting a range of works, styles, and prices, but will be creating a visual masterpiece curated by our outstanding FRANK Curatorial Committee.
In addition, our Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery features the Disappearing Frogs Project. Founded on the premise of using the arts to illuminate an important environmental issue - the disappearance of the world’s amphibian population. This traveling art exhibition, hopping into FRANK in February, aims to change that through artwork created by regional artists. The Disappearing Frogs Project is a partner of the Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA), and together they are working to raise awareness of global amphibian declines, inspiring people to take personal action to protect these incredible species, and providing a unique opportunity for artists to support amphibian conservation, education, and research.
1. Henryk Fantazos, Yellow Sky of Summer 2. Terry Thirion, Wishing For...
Where: FRANK Gallery 109 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC (919) 636-4135 www.frankisart.com Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6pm; Sun 1-5pm
The Winners’ Circle 2016 Juried Show Winners 311 Gallery Paul Murray is a visual traveler who interacts with people, places, objects, and ideas on many levels to enrich the experience and vision of others. Dan Wagner’s sculpture was inspired by the 2004 Mars expedition, the crazy idea of creating something similar to the Rover and having it reach another planet.
Dion F Dion, Botanical Forest Pansy Redbud
Nancy Smith’s use of texture & transparent acrylic layers invites you to connect with her paintings, which you won’t easily walk away from. Her greatest delight is having people drawn into her paintings and making new discoveries the longer they look. Dion Dion draws inspiration from her garden and those she visits in her travels. She loves the life that comes from a plant’s texture and color. Her greatest challenge is taking a 2D surface and making it dimensional; bringing it to life.
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“BY INVITATION ONLY.” In February we are pleased to present a special exhibit of emerging local artists representing a variety of styles and techniques. Please join us for the reception to “Meet the Artists” on Saturday, February 18 from 12:00 - 4:00PM. We also invite you to see the individual studios of the 17 members of the Artists Atelier. Art Stroll: Feb. 18th, 12 - 4pm
Allan Struletz, Leading to the Villa, oil, 24” x 18”
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.
Kai Lin Art
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Hatched, Solo exhibitions by Thomas Turner and Carley Drew. January 27 - March 10, 2017. Artist Talk: Feb. 18th, 4 - 6pm
75 Bennett St. (404) 367 - 8700 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Elizabeth Lide - 2015/2016 Working Artist Project Fellow. THRU Feb. 11th. Mario Petrirena Retrospective, a variety of mediums ranging from sculpture to installations. Previous themes by Petrirena encompass complexities surrounding dual heritage and identity. Feb. 25 - Apr. 29th. Reception: Feb. 24th, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Barbara Flowers - Solo Show, February 3 - March 4, 2017. We are pleased to announce our annual solo show for gallery favorite, Barbara Flowers. The show will feature 25+ new paintings from the talented Florida-based artist. We hope to see you at the opening!
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Avery Gallery invites you to come in and enjoy our original fine art as well as our fine art framing and restoration services.
25 West Park Sq. NE (770) 427 - 5377 Tues - 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. “Nude & Figure” sets the tone for a beautiful evening with abstract and realism paintings by Lydia Cash, Kevin Chambers, Holly Irwin, Dean Kube, Catie Radney, Connie Sales, Brooke Shaden, and Penny Treese. Opening Reception: Feb. 11th, 6 - 8pm
Marietta Cobb Museum of Art
30 Atlanta St. (770) 528 - 1444 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 11 - 4pm; Sun 1 - 4pm
The Great American West: Featured Works from the Booth Western Art Museum. On view from January 14 - March 25, 2017. Artistic Reality: Booth Photography Guild. On view from January 14 - March 25, 2017.
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10 Elizabeth Way (770) 299 - 1122 Mon - Thurs 12 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
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. Viningsgallery.com
Vinings Gallery on Canton
938 Canton St. (770) 545 - 8887 Mon - Thurs 11 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 11 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
We are pleased to welcome Henry Asencio to the gallery for the opening of his one-man show on February 24-26th. Asencio’s work blends the classical ideals of figurative painting with a contemporary, provocative style. For more information and show times, viningsgallery.com.
art - i - facts Gianloreno Bernini was at his greatest when combining his skills as a designer, sculptor, and architect as he did in The Cornaro Chapel. The ever persistent self-critic, he considered this masterpiece his “least-bad work”.
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Asheville Gallery of Art’s February show, “For the Love of Art”, features the work of three new member artists: Bee Adams, Sally Lordeon, and Megan Richard. The show presents colorful, soulful work from abstract to landscape. Opening Reception: Feb. 3rd, 5 - 8pm
Cheri Brackett, The Kiss, mixed media on canvas, 24” x 20”
12 S. Lexington Ave. (828) 505 - 8341 Mon, Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
For the month of February, Bender Gallery will be exhibiting the powerful figurative work of painter Kim Goldfarb. Goldfarb is known for her paintings of strong women. She paints extemporaneously using non-traditional tool such as sticks, rags and brushes, resulting in paintings full of emotion and movement.
art - i - facts John Falxman was both a draftsman and a sculptor, and one of England’s most important Neoclassical artists. As a young man he worked for Josiah Wedgewood and gained an interest in classical pottery.
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Silent Shout #3, acrylic and glass beads on canvas, 30” x 40”
Jonas Gerard Fine Art 240 Clingman Ave & 191 Lyman St, Studio 144 www.jonasgerard.com
Michael Allen Campbell
Trackside Studios 375 Depot Street www.michaelallencampbell.com
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Elements of Nature thru Feb 25. Works by clay artist Brian Evans and wood carver Jim Comer are featured in this six-week exhibition celebrating the close ties between art and nature.
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Next Chapter is our featured show of works in oil by Lori White. She starts the New Year with a focus on a new life chapter with art as the main plot line. Opening Reception Final Friday January 27th 2017 6-9 pm. Show runs through February 22.
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FRANK is pleased to present Local Color. Each piece has been chosen based on one of the most basic concepts of artmaking â€“ color. This group show features painting, photography, mixed media, woodwork, and more, by our renowned collective of local and regional artists.
Reception: Feb. 23th, 6 - 8pm
Carol Restch Bogart, Unusual Pages
201 S. Estes Dr., University PLACE (919) 942 - 2290 Thurs - Sat 11 - 6pm
The Tyndall Galleries are pleased to present a Group Exhibition of works by our renowned gallery artists, highlighting new paintings by Lynn Boggess, Linda Ruth Dickinson, and Mariah Sultan. THRU Feb. 25th
art - i - facts Salvator Rosa was a poet, actor, as well as a painter and printmaker. He was a colorful character who did a great deal to create the popular romantic image of the artist as a rebel and outsider.
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allison sprock fine art is a cozy gallery featuring original works of art from very famous and emerging artists from all over the world. If you happen to be in Atlanta from February 9th-11th, stop by the Cathedral Antique Show. If in Charlotte drop by the gallery.
Charlotte Art League
1517 Camden Rd. (704) 376 - 2787 Tues - Thurs 11 - 3pm; Fri 1 - 8pm; Sat 12 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
“Hope Peace Love.” See how artists interpret the most common beliefs shared around the world, sometimes the only thing that keeps us going. First Friday Gallery Crawl February 3, 6-9 p.m.; through February 24.
Opening Reception: Feb. 3rd, 6 - 9pm
Charlotte Charlotte Fine Art Gallery
Works of Romare Bearden (1911-1988). A private collection available for viewing and acquisition. In celebration of Black History Month, the entire collection will be on display Feb 1-Mar 4, 2017. Own a piece of Charlotteâ€™s History! Opening Reception: Feb. 4th, 5 - 8pm
Romare Bearden, The Girl in the Garden, 1979
Ciel Gallery: A Fine Art Collective
128 East Park Ave. (704) 496-9417 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
Ciel Gallery presents 100 Love Notes January 31 - February 25, featuring art inspired by the story of Catherine Zanga and Hyong Yi that made headlines worldwide. Told in the words of Catherine and Hyong, this tale of humor and hope is accompanied by 50 works by 17 artists. Opening Reception: Feb 3rd, 6 - 9pm Diane Pike, Home
1520 South Tryon St. (704) 370 - 6337 Wed - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Sally S. Bennett, Solo Exhibition. Experience, talent, and creativity come together to present an exhibition to be remembered. Sally S. Bennettâ€™s unique style ricochets from one painting to the next to create a dazzling collection that magically draws each viewer into her journey of self-discovery. THRU Feb. 25th. Opening Reception: Feb. 3rd
1429 Bryant St. (704) 837 - 1688 Tues - Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 1 - 5pm
LaCa Projects presents Strike a Match to Hear My Sound, a new body of work by Cristina Toro that addresses natural and supernatural phenomena related to fire and light. January 27 through April 8.
Opening Reception: Feb. 2nd, 6 - 8pm
7510 Pineville-Matthews Rd, 9A (704) 541 - 0741 Tues 10 - 4pm; Wed 10 - 9pm; Thurs - Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Charlotte Lark & Key Gallery www.larkandkey.com
128-B East Park Ave (704) 334 - 4616 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Lark & Key presents ‘SURFACE’ on view Feb 3rd - March 31st. The exhibit explores the concept of surfaces - above, below and within. Encaustic and mixed media artwork by Janet Eskridge, Bridgette Guerdon Mills, and guest Robin Luciano Beaty. Ceramics by Jim Connell and jewelry from Alice Scott. Gallery Crawl: Feb. 3rd, 5 - 8pm
Bridgette Guerzon Mills, Daily Meditations, mixed media encaustic, 12”x 12”
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.
Hollack, Luminous Weave, painting on metal, 47” x 47”
601-A Providence Rd. (704) 333 - 4535 Mon - Fri 9 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Painter Robert Brown focuses his search for the Natural Element, the people, places, and occurrences connecting our life experience, through his local cityscapes, landscapes, and seascapes. Brown’s work examines the region’s abundant, beauteous flora and fauna—inspiring NC artists for centuries. Opening Reception: Feb. 10th, 6 - 9pm
Robert Brown, Tobacco Barn, oil on canvas, 12” x 24”
SOCO Gallery www.soco-gallery.com
421 Providence Rd. (980) 498 - 2881 Tues - Sat 10 - 5:30pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
Carrie Yamaoka, The Space Between, January 19—March 3, 2017. Works by the New York-based artist in her first exhibition at SOCO Gallery.
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Rescue Me. Art in many mediums educates the public and brings happy endings to animals in need, with a portion of sales going to non-profit animal outreach and rescue. The exhibit continues through March 10.
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1106 1/2 Broad St. (919) 286 - 4837 Mon - Fri 9:30 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 4pm
Craven Allen Gallery features highlights from their stable of artists during February, featuring Kathryn DeMarco, Sue Sneddon, Linwood Hart, Paul Hrusovsky, Damian Stamer, Beverly McIver, Phil Freelon, Peg Bachenheirmer, Jean-Christian Rostagni, Marc Banka, Elizabeth Matheson, and more.
109 E. Chapel Hill St. (919) 797 - 2706 Wed - Thurs 12 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 3pm
TOGETHER. This is an exhibit about our affinity for one another. Pleiades artists each invited a guest artist based on mutual interest, appreciation, or art medium. Each art pairing provides a view into the rapport we share with others. THRU Mar. 5th.
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David McCune International Art Gallery www.davidmccunegallery.org
5400 Ramsey St. (910) 425 - 5379 Tue, Wed, & Fri 11 - 5pm; Thurs 11 - 7pm; Sat 12 - 4pm
Impressionism to Modernism, Masterworks of Early Photography. From February 9th to April 8, the David McCune International Art Gallery hosts Impressionism to Modernism, Masterworks of Early Photography Exhibition. This exhibit celebrates an intrepid and colorful group of photographers at the turn of the 20th century who fought to establish photography as a fully-fledged fine art, coequal with painting, sculpture, and etching. Closed Sundays, Mondays, & March 7-11.
Edward J. Steichen (1879-1973), Calla Lily, ca. 1921, Platinum print, 9 ½” x 7 ¾”, Collection of Michael Mattis & Judith Hochberg, Courtesy of art2art Circulating Exhibition
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802 S. Evans St. (252) 758 - 1946 Tues - Fri 10 - 4:30pm; Sat - Sun 1 - 4pm The Greenville NC Museum of Art and Smithfield Foods present, Perceptions & Recognitions: African-Americans of Eastern North Carolina. February 3 – April, a new exhibit by photographer, Burke Uzzle, will be displayed. For more information call 252-758-1946 or visit www.gmoa.org.
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121 North Churton St. (919) 732 - 5001 Mon - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 4pm
Now & Again: HGA 10th anniversary show featuring art from all members past and present, through February 19th. It’s All About the Story- Volume 5: John Bemis: Annual show with Hillsborough author. February 20th through March 26th. Opening reception Friday, February 24th, 6-9pm. Author reading Sunday, March 5th,46pm. Opening Reception: Feb. 24th, 6 - 9pm
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“Marvin Saltzman Retrospective” Exhibit by artist Marvin Saltzman (Professor Emeritus of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). His vibrant landscapes are composed of a multitude of colored glyphs that are first drawn in nature and the painted from memory. Opening Reception: Feb. 10th, 5 - 8pm
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311 West Martin St. (919) 247 - 4915 Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm The Winner’s Circle is a joint show of the work of the winners from 311 Gallery’s juried shows from 2016. 2016 winners include: Paul Murray, Nancy Smith, Dan Wagner, and Dion F Dion.
Opening Reception: Feb. 3rd, 6 - 9pm
Dan Wagner, Rover, metal sculpture
Gallery C 540 N. Blount St. www.galleryc.net (919) 828 - 3165 Tues - Fri 12 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm New Oils by Bert Beirne. Feb 3rd – Mar 15th, 2017. Bert Beirne has been painting the still life for nearly three decades. Beirne’s work is most often compared to the Dutch and Flemish masters of the early Seventeenth Century.
2 E. South St. (919) 996-8700
#Greenspaces, Landscape Paintings by Judy Crane and Wendy Musser is on view through February. The exhibition features all new works by the two Wake County artists. The subject matter was taken from central and western North Carolina settings. Exhibition hosted by the City of Raleigh’s Convention Center and Performing Arts Center Commission.
Judy Crane, Dawn of a New Day, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”
Lee Hansley Gallery www.leehansleygallery.com
1053 E. Whitaker Mill Rd. (919) 828 - 7557 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
Howard Murry Rediscovered, an exhibition of the self-taught watercolorist who lived in Valle Crusis in Wautauga County. His paintings of the area around Valle Crusis and Edisto Island in South Carolina comprise this exhibition; the first show of his work is 24 years. During his lifetime (1891-1968) he exhibited his work at the Mint Museum of Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art and at commercial galleries in Charlotte, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C.
Opening Reception: Feb. 12th, 2 - 5pm
Howard Murry, Valle Crusis, watercolor on paper, 14” x 19”
NC Museum of Natural Sciences 11 West Jones St. Nature Art Gallery (919) 707 - 9800
Mon - Sat 9 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
The Nature Art Gallery presents artwork inspired by wildlife and nature by Nathalie Worthington. The show runs from Feb. 3rd thru the 26th. Gallery reception Saturday, Feb. 4 from 2:00 until 4:00pm at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences. Opening Reception: Feb. 4th, 2 - 4pm
Nathalie Worthington, Dancing With The Beeches, 48” x 36”
Betty Ray McCain Gallery Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts
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Art in Bloom Gallery www.aibgallery.com
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210 Princess St. (484) 885 - 3037 Tues - Sat 10 - 6pm
Art in Bloom Gallery exhibits original art by a diverse group of global and local artists. Our newest exhibit, Catching the Spirit: Images by Mark Gansor and Carole Osman, opens on Friday, February 10th, 6 - 9 pm. Jazz pianist, Cameron Tinklenberg will play at the opening reception.
Opening Reception: Feb. 10th, 6 - 9pm
Mark Gansor, French Fields, acrylic on 1.5” gallery-wrapped canvas, 24” x 30”
New Elements Gallery www.newelementsgallery.com
201 Princess St. (910) 343 - 8997 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
New Elements Gallery is excited to host our 2nd Annual Interior Designer Invitational. We will be working with local Wilmington designers to create inspirational vignettes for the home. “Artful Home” opens February 24, 2017 and will remain on view through March 10, 2017.
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Tribute to Foremost Animalier, Count Bernard de Clavière d’Hust. February 1-March 25, 2017. De Claviere accumulated clientele in 23 countries during of his career. Most well-known for his equine paintings, his portfolio includes important canine and wildlife paintings.
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Gallery Flux invites you to attend our new show Colors of Home, featuring new works by Amy H R Donahue, Dan Michael, and David Camden. The pieces will include realistic local and regional landscape paintings in both pastel and oil and ceramic sculptures and vessels. THRU Mar. Reception: Feb. 2nd, 5:30 - 8pm
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Beginning February 3rd, with our First Friday reception Chroma will present “Bindings: Reni Gower, Susan Rosen and Brielle DuFlon”. The exhibition contrasts three artists who introduce various textile materials and associations into their work in non traditional ways. Bindings runs through the 25th. Reception: Feb. 3rd, 5 - 7pm
Nichols Gallery www.frednichols.com
5420 Governor Barbour St. (540) 832 - 3565 Thurs - Sun 11 - 5pm
This February and March, Nichols Gallery Annex is presenting “Flowers in Art”, a group show featuring Paintings, Watercolors, and Original prints by regional and national artists who find inspiration in the natural world.
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Loora Kurtz presents From Land to Sky, an exhibit of whimsical, in vivid colors to dreamy and muted. Three other exhibits open are by: Glenda Creamer, Anne Burnley, and the juried All Media Show. The exhibits continue through March 19th. Opening Reception: Feb. 24th, 7 - 10pm
Loora Kurtz, At Odds, 2016, encaustic with mixed media, 36” x 24”
1616 West Main St. (804) 358 - 2771 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 4pm
Don’t miss Brazier Gallery’s 14th Annual “Super Sunday Sale”. Take 20% off all exhibited paintings February 5 from Noon - 4pm. Super Sunday Sale: Feb. 5th, 12 - 4pm
Richmond Candela Books + Gallery
214 West Broad St. (804) 225 - 5527 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 1 - 5pm
1625 West Main St. (804) 359 - 3633 Tues - Sat 10 - 5pm
View Find 6: An exhibition of photography from fourteen artists working in various mediums using a photographic process. Artists include Elijah Gowin, Sally Mann, Amanda Means, and William Wylie. THRU Feb.25th.
1305 West Main St. (804) 353 - 8343 Wed - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 11 - 4pm
“Mellow Yellow”: This judged show explores the color yellow. Is it mellow, or can it arouse other emotions? In the Main Gallery, “Is It Spring Yet?” reveals what artists like about winter, or for the more impatient ones, spring. Opening Reception: Feb. 3rd, 5 - 9pm
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BY THE GRACE OF GOD. New work by Virginia based photographer, Susan Worsham. Deeply rooted in memories from her youth, Worsham’s photographs reveal the hospitality of strangers and the natural environment of untouched places found down a certain road. THRU Feb. 18th.
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Apres Bath - Ruby Throated Hummingbird, oil on panel, 8” x 8” For purchasing inquiries please contact: Helena Fox Fine Art 106-A Church Street, Charleston, SC 29401 843-723-0073 www.MaryEricksonART.com
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Alan Avery Art Company Anne Irwin Fine Art Artists’ Atelier of Atlanta Atlanta Artists Center Atlanta Contemp. Art Ctr. Bill Lowe Gallery David 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
Augusta, GA - 40
Art on Broad Morris Museum of Art Sacred Heart Cultural Center
Marietta, GA - 40
Avery Gallery dk Gallery Marietta Cobb Museum of Art Marietta Square Artist’s Attic Red Door Art Gallery & Studio
Roswell, GA - 41
Ann Jackson Gallery Ford Smith Gallery MUSE & Co. Fine Art SLM Studio/Gallery Synergy Fine Art Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Vinings Gallery Vinings Gallery on Canton
Pink Dog Creative Riverside Studios Riverview Station Roberts Street Studios Warehouse Studios The Wedge
Calabash, NC - 44 Sunset River Marketplace
Cary, NC - 44
Cary Arts Center Cary Pottery Page Walker Art & History Ctr. Village Art Circle Waverly Artists group Studio
Chapel Hill, NC - 45 FRANK Gallery Hanes Art Center UNC Tyndall Galleries
Charlotte, NC - 46-48 allison sprock fine art Anne Neilson Fine Art Charlotte Art League Charlotte Fine Art Gallery Ciel 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 SOCO Gallery
Coastal, NC - 49 Mike Basher Gallery Carolina Artist Gallery
Savannah, GA - n/a
Durham, NC - 49
Friedman’s Fine Art Gallery 11 Gallery 209 (The) Savannah Gallery (The) Signature Gallery (The) Village Craftsmen
Craven Allen Gallery Durham Arts Guild Durham Arts Council Gallery Golden Belt Artist Studios Pleiades Gallery Through This Lens
Asheville, NC - 42-43
Fayetteville, NC - 50
Asheville Gallery of Art Black Mtn Col. Mus. & Arts Ctr Bender Gallery Blue Spiral I
David McCune International Art Gallery
River Arts District 352 Depot Street Studios 372 Depot Street 375 Depot Street 95 Roberts Street Asheville Glass Center Cotton Mill Studios Curve Studios and Garden David C. Stewart Studios Desert Moon Designs Studios EcoDepot Marketplace Element Clay Studio at 362 Depot Street The Hatchery Studios Jonas Gerard Fine Art The Lift Studios NorthLight Studios Odyssey Ctr. For Ceramic Arts Old Wood Company Phil Mechanic Building
Greenville NC Museum of Art
Greenville, NC - 50
Hillsborough, NC - 51
Eno Gallery Hillsborough Arts Coun. Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
New Bern, NC - 51 Fine Art at Baxters
Raleigh, NC - 52-53 311 Gallery Adam Cave Fine Art ArtSpace Betty Ray McCain Gallery 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 - 54 Art in Bloom Gallery New Elements Gallery
Winston, NC -n/a Artworks Gallery
Beaufort, SC - n/a
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 - n/a
Pluff Mudd Gallery Society of Bluffton Artists
Charleston, SC - 55-56
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 Mary Martin Gallery Meyer Vogl Gallery Michael Mitchell Gallery Principle Gallery Sandpiper Gallery Spencer Galleries
Columbia, SC - n/a
701 Center for Contemp Art City Art Gallery Gallery West Havens Framemakers and Gallery HoFP Gallery if ART Gallery Portfolio Art Gallery Village Artists Vista Studios/Gallery 80808
Greenville, SC - n/a Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville
Hilton Head, SC - n/a
Endangered Arts Ltd Karis Art Gallery
Spartanburg, SC - n/a West Main Artists Co-op
Ashland, VA - 57 Gallery Flux
C’ville, VA - 57
BozART, Fine Art Collective Chroma Projects Graves International Art Les Yeux du Monde Nichols Gallery
Petersburg, VA - n/a
(The) Ward Ctr for Contemp Art Walton Gallery
Richmond, VA - 58-59 1708 Gallery ada Gallery Anne’s Visual Arts Studio Brazier Gallery Candela Books Chasen Galleries Crossroads Art Center Glave Kocen Gallery Page Bond Gallery Quirk Gallery Reynolds Gallery Uptown Gallery Visual Arts Center West End Gallery
311 Gallery allison sprock fine art Art Rubix Art With Heart Art Works Richmond Barbara Rohde Bill Abramson BINDERS Art Supplies & Frames (The) Breman Museum Ciel Gallery David McCune Gallery Deane Bowers Donna Lee Nyzio Elder Gallery Elinor Bowman Fine Art at Baxters FRANK Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts Jerald Melberg Gallery Jim Killen Jonas Gerard Fine Art Lagerquist Gallery Lark & Key Gallery Lori White Lou Koppel Marietta Square Artist’s Attic Mark Bettis Mary Erickson Mike Basher Picture House Gallery Regina Voncannon Sunset River Marketplace Teresa Jones Todd Baxter Vicki Rees
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when where Atlanta, GA, pg 38-39 Saturday, February 18th Artists Atelier Gallery, 12-4pm Kai Lin Art, 4-6pm
Friday, February 10th
Providence Gallery, 6-9pm
Durham, NC, pg 49
Friday, February 24th
Friday, February 17th
MOCA Ga, 6:30-8:30pm
Pleiades Gallery, 6-9pm
Marietta, GA, pg 40
Hillsborough, NC, pg 51
Saturday, February 11th
Friday, February 24th
dk Gallery, 6-8pm
Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, 6-9pm
Asheville, NC, pg 42-43
New Bern, NC, pg 51
Friday, February 3rd
Friday, February 10th
Asheville Gallery of Art, 5-8pm
Fine Art at Baxters, 5-8pm
Chapel Hill, NC, pg 45
Raleigh, NC, pg 52-53
Saturday, February 18th FRANK Gallery, 11am & 12pm
Thursday, February 23rd FRANK Gallery, 6-8pm
Charlotte, NC, pg 46-48 Friday, February 3rd
Charlotte Art League Gallery, 6-9pm Ciel Gallery, 6-9pm Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 5-8pm Elder Gallery Lark & Key Gallery, 5-8pm
Friday, February 3rd
311 Gallery, 6-9pm Nicole’s Studio & Gallery 6-8:30pm
Saturday, February 4th Nature Art Gallery, 2-4pm Little Art Gallery, 3-5pm
Sunday, February 12th Lee Hansley Gallery, 2-5pm
Wilmington, NC, pg 54
Winston-Salem, NC Friday, February 3rd
Artworks Gallery, 7-10pm
Sunday, February 12th Artworks Gallery, 2-4pm
Charleston, SC, pg 55-56 Friday, February 3rd
Mary Martin Gallery, 5-8pm
Ashland, VA, pg 57 Thursday, February 2nd Gallery Flux, 5:30-8pm
C’ville, VA, pg 57 Friday, February 3rd Chroma Projects, 5-7pm
Richmond, VA, pg 58-59 Friday, February 3rd Uptown Gallery, 5-9pm
Sunday, February 5th Brazier Gallery, 12-4pm
Friday, February 24th
Art Works, Studios & Galleries, 7-10pm
Friday, February 10th Art in Bloom, 6-9pm
Saturday, February 4th
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 5-8pm
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