Vol. 7 No. 05
Profiles Deborah Sisco, The Lonely Planet, pg 9 Ford Smith, Human Nature, pg 10 Nicole Kennedy, Profiles in Art, pg 21 Plus, Eggistentialism 3.0, 16
The Heavens & the Earth, oil on canvas, 24” x 36” (from series “The Lonely Planet”)
Deborah Sisco The above painting is part of a new series called “The Lonely Planet”, People will be able to view the full series on my website www.deborahsiscoart.com and on http://www.saatchiart.com/ debsisco. Limited pieces will also be available at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery at 160 East Bay St. The series is about our planet and conservation. We need to take care of our planet and it’s beauty.
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what’s inside Places Rubbish 2 Runway III FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill is showcasing Rubbish 2 Runway III, a fashion show, and a month long exhibition of dresses made from recycled materials all crafted by local students. 8
People and Profiles Feature Artist Charleston artist Deborah Sisco showcasing a new series of work “The Lonely Planet”, about the planet and conservation 9
8 Finalist Rubbish 2 Runway 2013
Ford Smith of Roswell, GA discusses his journey to becoming an artist and his new series Human Nature, camoflaging humans within nature 10
Cover Image 05/2016
Vol. 7 No. 05
9 Deborah Sisco, A Moment in Time, oil on wood panel, 30” x 40”
Profiles Deborah Sisco, The Lonely Planet, pg 9 Ford Smith, Human Nature, pg 10 Nicole Kennedy, Profiles in Art, pg 21
Ford Smith, Hypnotic Approach, acrylic, 36” x 36”, Ford Smith Fine Art
Plus, Eggistentialism 3.0, 16
what’s inside Features Eggistentialism 3.0 311 Gallery featuring their annual exhibit showcasing urban farming with chickens and eggs 16
Out of the Attic A new twist on fundraising; reselling unwanted art at the West Main Artist’s Co-op 17
New Aquisitions Every month Picture House Gallery introduces new work to their collectors 18
16 Nancy Smith, les miserables
Previews What’s Modern Now at Ciel Gallery in Charlotte and Danielle Cather Cohen at John C. Doyle Gallery in Charleston 20
Profiles in Art Raleigh artist Nicole Kennedy discusses her art and gallery in an intimate Q&A 21
Exhibits Rustic Simplicity
Carolina furniture by Jean-Claude Rossignol and son Mercel at Sunset River Marketplace 29
17 Joe O’Shaunessy, Dillon Warehouse (detail)
Branching Out A fantastic show by 3 gallery artists at Hillsborough Gallery of Arts 36
Barbara Curry Experiments in visual metaphors at Fine Art at Baxters 37
Sections Creative Exposure Artists Index Calendar
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18 Leila, Azalea’s Memory, (detail), painting on linen, 30” x 30”
8 it the sentiment that the materials of ourselves and our lives on this earth are all parts of a whole, to be treated with respect and wonder. Karen Youth Art Group: Transplanting Traditions and More… May 10 – July 3, 2016
May is going to be huge at FRANK! Rubbish 2 Runway III May 10 – June 5, 2016 Rubbish 2 Runway III features a fashion show, and a month long exhibition of dresses made from recycled materials - all crafted by local students. Each participating student was asked to consider creative possibilities for re-purposing discarded materials while also thinking about sustainable design and creating something lasting and useful – and in this case, wearable. Each dress will be modeled on the runway on May 15 at 3:00PM, at the Mercedes Benz of Durham Showroom, in front of a panel judges for jurying and awarding of prizes. Fragments: Found and Formed May 10 – June 5, 2016 Three FRANK artists who use found materials – from bits and pieces to large, whole objects – in their art have come together for this very special show. For Charron Andrews, Susan Parrish, and Carol Retsch-Bogart, the creative process starts when they come in contact with something that has had a past life or function, no matter how humble. Their work carries with
In May and June, the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery will host a talented group of young artists that have become a much loved part of FRANK. The Karen Youth Art Group, comprised of local Karen (Burmese) refugee students, will present their third annual exhibition, which will include images from their soon to be launched illustrated children’s bilingual book about the Transplanting Traditions Community Farm where many of their families are engaged in farming. The opening celebration for all shows will take place at FRANK on May 13, 6-9PM. 1. Finalist, Rubbish 2 Runway 2013 2. Susan Parrish, Miss Dragonfly Dressed for Tea
Where: FRANK Gallery 109 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC (919) 636-4135 www.frankisart.com Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6pm; Sun 1-5pm
Featured Artist Deborah Sisco Deborah was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and migrated to Charleston, SC as a young adult where she attended the College of Charleston and developed her passion for art. Her work is influenced by the pioneers of the modern art movement of the nineteenth century and by today’s’ Pop music. She approaches each new work with a vision of color that is intended to produce a poetic relationship to both the compositions and music that inspired each new work. According to Deborah, it is first and foremost about the color, it needs to be visually pleasing, disturbing, happy or peaceful, but it should not leave you empty. “I continually push myself outside of my comfort zone into new and unfamiliar areas. The art I create today will continue to evolve and will not be the same art I create tomorrow, next week or next year. My
desire is to leave the viewer with a sense of feeling of some sort. Not necessarily the feelings that I experienced on the day(s) that I drew or painted my subject, after all it would be impossible for the viewer to ever have those same emotions or be in the same place I was on those days. My goal is for them to experience their own emotions from the work that I have created. I believe art is a compilation of our conscience and unconscious mind. It is what we experience in our everyday lives and what we dream of at night. It is how we touch reality and how we lose ourselves to our imaginations. Sometimes I see art in a face, or the sky or in a cloud. Sometimes I see a group of shapes, colors or buildings, and sometimes I dream.” Deborah’s work has been recognized nationally and is displayed in private collections and Commercial Establishments across the United States and globally. www.deborahsiscoart.com
1. A Moment in Time, oil on wood panel, 30” x 30” 2. Celestial, oil on canvas, 18” x 24”
In my teens, I was one of those kids who took art correspondence courses, if you can remember those advertisements that asked you to draw a cartoon character like the one they showed and they would accept you based upon your results. I took it very seriously as a child and worked diligently on each course. Money was not easy to come by in our large military family and I was going to maximize my parent’s investment. Those early lessons and courses led me to obtaining my BFA in Painting from Ole Miss with a full ride scholarship.
Profiles Ford Smith Ford Smith Fine Art Ford Smith is an award winning artist showcasing his work at Ford Smith Fine Art in Roswell, Georgia. His works can be found in collections throughout the United States and abroad. We sat down with Ford Smith to understand from where his inspirations originated and where his inspirations are taking him. How has your childhood impacted the art you create today? We were an Air Force family of six kids and lived all over the world when I was growing up. While we were stationed near a small town in northern Japan, my mother spotted artistic talent in me and scraped up enough money to buy me painting lessons from an old Japanese master. Sketching and painting trees was something I learned very early from that culture, and to this day I think you can still identify an Asian aesthetic to my work.
What inspires the colors, shapes, and forms in your paintings? After graduating with my degree in art, I fell into a fashion and commercial photography career that lasted for 25 years, until I turned 50 and gave it all up to return to painting with 100% focus. Fashion photography taught me to be bold with color, and from world travels during that period and still today I’ve been exposed to countless landscapes, vistas, and the wonders of nature and all its colors and compositions. For me, nature is an endless source of inspiration and I can’t see an end to discovering new ways to interpret it. Photography taught me to study light and composition on a level that is rare for an artist. This was before Photoshop, and I had to master how light actually worked so that I could create natural light in artificial environments. It’s not as easy as you’d believe. I have a near photographic memory which helps when I’m painting since I don’t use any references. I paint intuitively and impulsively, looking at nothing but my paints and canvas. How do you define your distinct style? I choose to paint expressively, challenging
myself to push the boundaries of landscape interpretations. After returning to painting after 25 years, it took me some time to find myself again as an painter. After painting photo-realism, abstract, figurative, all the genres, I discovered that I found the most fulfillment in re-interpreting how landscapes are conjured. For me, it’s an endless creative challenge to find new ways to reflect water, reinvent trees, leaves, and skies. And then using those experiences to branch off into other subject matters from time to time, like still life and figurative. These days it’s not unusual for me to blend a couple of subject matters at once. Hence, my Human Nature series, which combines figurative and landscapes. What are you currently working on? I am currently working on my Human Nature series. I have a commissioned original painting that is consuming me at the moment, and then I have a show in June that will focus on other works from this series. It’s a particularly interesting collec-
tion of paintings that camouflage humans within nature. Sometimes it takes people a moment to “get it”, but then they do. Some of these paintings depict the figure or figures passionately or provocatively, others might be strong, elated, or tender. I love the creative challenge that these paintings command and they are really fun for me to create. Viewers are fascinated by the blending and subtle hiding of those subject matters that cause you to look deeper into the art. _________________________________ Visit www.artguidemag.com to view more works from Ford Smith as we highlight his new Human Nature Series. Ford Smith Fine Art at 980A Canton Street, Roswell, GA / 678.908.1989 www.fordsmithfineart.com 1. Ford Smith with Lifelong Commitment, 72” x 84” 2. Ford Smith, Earthly Pleasures (Human Nature Series), 30” x 30”
Rustic Simplicity May 4 - 31
Sunset River Marketplace 910.575.5999
10283 Beach Dr. SW Calabash, NC SunsetRiverMarketplace.com
“Ocean Hawaii” by Barbara Curry
GeoPolitics, oil on canvas
firstname.lastname@example.org 803-760-9035 West Columbia, SC www.laneartworks.com
Place your ad here: 1. 20,000+ print readers 2. 25,000+ online readers Drifting Haze, acrlic, 24â€? x 24â€?
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Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Road Charlottesville, VA
City Art Gallery 511 Red Banks Road Greenville, NC
Little Art Gallery 16430 Booker T. Washington Hwy Moneta, VA
Art Walk & Sale
In Historic Mordecai/Oakwood,Raleigh
May 14, 2016 10 am - 5 pm Rain Date May 15
Featuring Over 45 Artists
Ceramics•Photography•Painting Fiber Arts•Sculpture & More!
Eggistentialism 3.0 Kicks off Tour D’ Coupe Urban farming is becoming a way of life in many of America’s largest cities as municipalities are repealing laws that ban raising chickens within city limits. Backyard henhouses have become so popular that the chicken has become the mascot of the Local Food movement. There are many personally rewarding benefits, in addition to the environmental ones, that come from raising chickens. Creating a bit of country provides a refuge from the hectic pace of city life and gives children the opportunity to learn responsibility and to develop a connection with animals they may not get living in the city. But the best part for many is collecting warm eggs in the morning. Urban farming and raising chickens are bringing communities together in unique ways. Since 2005, Raleigh has enjoyed the Henside the Beltline Tour D’Coop, a garden tour that encompasses 20 coops. Coop owners are eager to share the ins and outs of keeping chickens in the city. Bring your camera and get inspired!
The event has a dual purpose: to promote backyard poultry and urban farming, and to raise money to support Urban Ministries of Wake County which provides vital services to more than 20,000 people, working to alleviate the effects of poverty in Wake County. 311 Gallery has joined in the fun with a juried show, Eggistentialism. For the third year, 311 Gallery is hosting this innovative show that reflects the joy and beauty of chickens and eggs, the gardens they live in, and urban farming. The fun kicks off on First Friday, May 6th at 311 Gallery and culminates June 4th with the 2016 Tour D’Coop in downtown Raleigh. 1. Linda Starr, Walking and Squawking 2. Simon Griffiths, It’s a Chicken’s Life
Bringing color to the Warehouse District since 2007 Where: 311 Gallery 311 W. Martin St. Raleigh, NC (919) 436-6987 311Gallery.com Wed-Sat 11:30-4pm
Out of the Attic An Upscale Art Resale West Main Artistâ€™s Co-op Announces their Spring Fundraiser. Art is fundamental to our humanity. It builds bridges between cultures and ethnicities, promotes tourism, improves academic performance, and strengthens local economies. Non-profits alone generate as much as $135 billion in economic activity annually in this country. The donations and support received last year during our Fifth Anniversary Gala helped us to complete the purchase of furniture and lighting for The Venue at West Main, completely upgrade our office equipment, and market the Co-op and Venue to local businesses. Support this year will be allocated toward special projects that will enhance our building, and promote the work of our members. Throughout the months of March and April, the co-op has accepted donations of previously treasured, original works of art from local, generous patrons. Some of the donations include photos, limited edition prints, sculpture and paintings, all original, signed works of fine art. On Thursday, May 12, West Main Artists Cooperative will host the open-
ing night of its Spring Fundraiser, Out of the Attic: An Upscale Art Resale, with a reception and silent auction in The Venue at West Main, 578 West Main St. in Spartanburg, from 6 to 8:30 pm. This fundraiser event will be an opportunity for the public to expand or start an art collection by purchasing donated, upscale works of art and fine crafts at reasonable prices. Entry to the event is a $20 donation in advance or at the door. Food, drink, and live entertainment will be provided to our guests who will be given first chance to purchase and take home newly acquired treasures, all while enjoying the company of local artists and members of the Co-op. All donations are important to the continued success of WMAC. Help them build bridges to their community by attending Out of the Attic: An Upscale Art Resale or making a donation on their website, http:// www.westmainartists.org or on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/westmaincoop/.
Where: West Main Artists Co-op 578 West Main St, Spartanburg, SC (864) 804-65001 www.westmainartists.org Hours: Tues-Fri 10-6pm; Sat 10-4pm
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. Douglas, City Chat, painting on wood, 60” x 60” 2. Dominick, Desert Fade, painting with mixed media metal, 50” x 40”
Where: Picture House Gallery 1522 E. Fourth St., Charlotte, NC (704) 333-8235 picturehousegallery.com Mon - Fri 10 - 4pm; Sat 10 - 3pm
Emily T Andress and Luis Ardila, Welcome to the Big Top, oil on canvas, 40” x 30”
Danielle Cather Cohen, Her Favorite Place (detail), 2016, oil on canvas, 30” x 40”
What’s Modern Now
Danielle Cather Cohen
Ciel Gallery May 6 - 28
John C. Doyle Gallery Thru May
Ciel Gallery, a fine art collective, presents an exhibition of local artists interpreting groundbreaking directions in their medium of choice and pushing the boundaries of contemporary art May 6 - 28. The theme is inspired by Bob Fosse’s choreography in Sweet Charity, using a retro period of discovery, innovation, and rapid development in the arts to push artists onto new paths of discovery in the current climate.
The Gallery is excited to reveal all new works by our featured artist in May, Danielle Cather Cohen. She is a colorist and impressionist with over 30 years of experience. Her interest in art began at the young age of six when she was mentored for a decade by Evelyn Leavens, an internationally renowned artist from her home state of New Jersey.
Artwork presented will range from mosaic inspired by explorations at Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli in Spilimbergo, Italy, to digital painting and live projections on the exterior of the gallery. Further innovations will be exhibited in Oil, Pastel, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Encaustic, Mosaic, Wood, Metal, and Ceramic. A reception will be held Friday, May 6 with the artists, 6-9PM. Ciel’s First Friday openings are popular with both new and seasoned collectors.
With fine art collectors all over the USA, Danielle’s work has been in demand for many years. At the beginning of each painting, Danielle says: “I start my journey to an all-encompassing, almost indescribable place. I strive for the essence of beauty - a dance with color.” Her intuitive nature and love of color leads her to create many vibrant works in subjects as broad as figurative, wildlife, landscapes, and especially nautical works and seascapes. John C. Doyle Gallery is a Charleston, South Carolina based art gallery showcasing beautiful works by nationally renowned artists.
Profiles in art Nicole Kennedy Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery Nicole Kennedy is an award winning artist and owner of Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery in Raleigh, North Carolina. Describe your journey to becoming a full time artist. It is a lifelong journey so to make a long story short I always drew as a child, painted in oils during highschool taking frequent trips to MOMA and the Met in NYC, then studying design at Parson’s in NYC. I ended up working for 15 years drawing and producing TV commercials as an art director. It wasn’t until we moved to Raleigh that by necessity I had to start painting again to decorate my husband’s restaurant. That was 1996 in Raleigh and the demand for original art was almost a novelty. How did you come to own your own gallery? In the year 2000, I was looking for studio outside my home and found a retail space for rent in an unpopular neighborhood in Raleigh. I exhibited my own works and opened to the public. In 2001 I expanded and started to represent artists other than myself. In 2012, I moved the gallery to a building next door; the neighborhood once derelict is now touted as one of the top urban areas in the country. What sets Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery apart from other galleries? We are one of the only galleries in NC to represent fine artists with a special focus on excellence in Contemporary Realism and American Impressionism. We are also well known as the #1 gallery to host professional art workshops at all levels. Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery has a reputation for hosting some of the regions best workshops. Why did you begin offering workshops?
Because I am an artist owned gallery, creating workshops happened by accident. Clients, artists, and visitors came in asking if I taught. So there was a demand not being met in the area and it was a natural for me to fill it as I had a space to teach in. How do you choose which workshops to offer? We offer a curriculum from beginner to advanced. The beginner class starts the student off with a bedrock of knowledge and hands-on practice painting realism. Subsequant classes are designed to continue their growth into more advanced areas. But we are most well known for hosting week long workshops for advanced or professional artists with national master instructors. What does the future hold for Nicole Kennedy the artist and Nicole Kennedy the gallery owner? For myself I would like more time to explore my own artistic journey and I am not ruling out an exploration into more abstract contemporary genres. With the whole art world online, the physical gallery has almost become an obsolete venue. Having said that, by providing workshops for hundreds of students, the gallery is always drawing new talent and new clients often grow out of those classes.
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Mason Fine Art
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The Signature Shop & Gallery
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Atlanta Alan Avery Art Company
315 E. Paces Ferry Rd.
(404) 237 - 0370 Tues - Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 5pm
Rana Rochat - New Works - The solo exhibition will be comprised of over 20 large scale abstract works in encaustic on panel and paper. The works are stunningly beautiful visual vocabularies of layered lines with gritty surfaces and amorphous shapes. The exhibit continues through June 4th, 2016.
Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios
800 Miami Cir., Ste 200
(404) 231 - 5999 TUE - SAT 11 - 4PM
Eastern Connections. Original art inspired from the Asian travels of Atlanta artists, Ellen Childers, Jan Lewin, Vanessa Wardi, and Tip Boomperm-Weninger. The art will be on display for all, May 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016. Meet the Artists and enjoy light refreshments at the studio on May 21st from 12pm - 4pm. Opening Reception: May. 21st, 12 - 4pm Jan Lewin, Lotus, collage, 6” x 6”
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center www.thecontemporary.org
535 Means St. NW (404) 688 - 1970 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
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
The Bill Lowe Gallery moves into a vibrant spring by featuring artist Ed Nash in a comprehensive show spanning his career, reaching over different mediums, traversing subject matters, and wandering through varying color stories. April through the end of May.
Atlanta 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.
690 Miami Cir.
(404) 261 - 8273 Tues - Fri 10 - 5pm; Sat 11 - 5pm
“New Takes” exhibition featuring work by classical landscape artist James Williams, stylized abstracts by Marlise Newman and atmospheric southern landscapes by Rani Garner. These three artist’s individual styles and techniques combine for a varied yet cohesive group vent. May 11th – May 24th.
Marcia Wood Gallery www.marciawoodgallery.Com
1037 Monroe dr ne
(404) 827 - 0030 Tues - Sat 12 - 5pm
Marcus Kenney, Solo Exhibition “Babel”. This will be the ever popular, Savannah based, artist’s fifth exhibition with Marcia Wood Gallery. Kenney is well know for his wide ranging media and darkly comic narrative. THRU May 28th. Opening Reception: May 5th, 7 - 9pm
MOCA GA www.mocaga.org
75 Bennett St.
(404) 367 - 8700 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Abstraction Today. Selections of artists working in abstraction today. Curated by Atlanta’s most prominent galleries: Alan Avery, Marcia Wood, Mason Fine Art, Poem 88, Sandler Hudson, and Whitespace. Exhibition Dates: May 7 – July 2, 2016. Creecy: A Survey NEW Exhibition Dates: June 10 – August 20, 2016.
Atlanta Reinike Gallery
789 Miami Cir.
(404) 364 - 0490 Tues - Sat 10 - 5pm
Art Stroll: May 21st, 11 - 4pm
425 Peachtree Hills Ave ne ste 24
(404) 869 - 0511 Mon - Fri 10 - 5pm, Sat 11 - 5pm
America Martin (California): Opening May 13, through June 10. America Martin presents a solo exhibition highlighting her playful modernist re-interpretations of classical influence. From giant canvasses to works on paper; simple forms, gentle narrative, and bold color exude the pleasure and verve she so obviously finds in its making.
Thomas Deans Fine Art
690 Miami Cir. ne ste 905
(404) 814 - 1811 Mon - Fri 11 - 5pm
Through May 21: New Paintings by Scott Upton & Cathryn Miles. May 27 - June 2: Gene Arthur Allcott Award Exhibition, sponsored by Savannah College of Art and Design. Gallery Reception: May 27th, 6 - 8pm
In the month of May, continued showing of the newest works by gallery artists. Now showing a new group of acrylic abstractions by Henry Callahan. Also showing the soft, tonal abstractions by Carolyn Bussenlener. And ushering in spring with more â€œFieldsâ€? paintings by Charles H. Reinike III.
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Red Door Art Gallery Anderson st
25 West Park Sq. NE
(770) 427 - 5377 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Still Life is a collection of a contemporary take on the traditional genre of still lifes. Featured artists include Ana Guzman, Jodie Hutchens, Holly Irwin, and Jenny Schultz. All are invited to attend this highly anticipated show on Friday, May 6, 2016 at dk Gallery from 5:00 - 9:00 pm. THRU May 28th. Opening Reception: May. 6th, 5 - 9pm
Red Door Art Gallery & Studio
48 South Park Sq.
(770) 835 - 5385 Daily 12 - 2pm
House artists of Red Door Art Gallery & Studio, Jenny King, Mary Jane Huegel, Palma Rhoades, Donna Shiver, Kirk Stansbury, Ana Drury, and Daniel Arnold, with engaging original art have expressed their interpretation of May’s theme “Horse and Hound”. THRU Jun. 2nd. Art Walk: May 6th, 12 - 9:30pm
Jenny King, Robert’s Horses, 2016, oil on canvas, 40” x 30” x 2”
art - i - facts Vincent van Gogh worked for an art dealer, as a teacher, and as a preacher before devoting himself to art.
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Muse & Co. Fine Art hwy 9
Ann Jackson Gallery Synergy Fine Art mimosa blvd
Ford Smith Fine Art www.fordsmithfineart.com
980A Canton St. (678) 908 - 1989 wed - Fri 1 - 5pm; Sat 1 - 7pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
“Point of You”. The groundbreaking 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.
Ford Smith, Mood Swing, 48” x 36”
Synergy Fine Art Gallery
26 Webb St., Ste. 3
www.synergyfineart.com (770) 708 - 7416 Mon, Tue & Thur 10 - 2pm; Wed & Fri 1 - 4pm; Sat 12 - 5pm
“What Would Your Mother Say?” An evening full of shocking details behind the creation of illusional abstracts, delightful and dark creatures, masterful still lifes, edgy landscapes, and European soirees. Post your comments “from Mom” on the Synergy Fine Art FB page. Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
Taylor Kinzel Gallery www.taylorkinzelgallery.com
16 Elizabeth Way (770) 993 - 3555 Mon - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
Friday, May 6th 6-9pm NEW WORKS by Carol Roddenberry, Lisa Moore & Marilyn Sparks Join us for Historic Roswell’s RAD First Friday Artwalk, Friday, May 6th 6-9pm as eight galleries and the Cultural Arts Center feature new work, receptions, visiting artists, entertainment & more! Complimentary shuttle. Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
Ford Smith Gallery
SLM Studio & Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Vinings Gallery
Roswell 10 Elizabeth Way
(770) 299 - 1122 Mon - Thurs 12 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
Please join Vinings Gallery as we welcome Steven Quartly back to our Roswell location on May 12 and 13 from 6 to 9pm. Steven will join us at our Vinings location on May 14 from 6 to 9pm and on Sunday, May 15 from 1 to 4pm. More info viningsgallery.com Reception: May 12th & 13th, 6 - 9pm
Steven Quartly, Far Away
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The Signature Gallery Gallery 11
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The Savannah Gallery
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The Village Craftsmen
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St. Studio 11
www.facebook.com/pages/Savannahs-Gallery-11 (912) 236 - 4583 W. Broughton st Broughton st Mon - Sat 11 -E.5pm (closed Tues); Sun 12 - 5pm Barnard st
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Gallery 11â€™s featured artist is a Savannah native, Carolyne Graham, who is recognized for Friedmanâ€™s Fine Art her painterly technique in clay sculpture is also well-known for her expressive painting on W. State st E. State st canvas, using these mediums to create relief images of the natural world. Savannah ArtWalk: May 14th, 4 - 8pm
Gallery 209 gallery209savannah.com
209 E. River St.
Daily 10:30 - 9pm
Kim Miller draws inspiration from the landscapes of coastal Georgia to create mixed media and acrylic paintings with rich color and texture. Ceramics artist Brian Attaway takes a humorous approach to his craft, inspired by the human condition. THRU May.
The Haen Gallery
Blue Spiral 1
12 S. Lexington Ave.
(828) 505 - 8341 Mon - Sat 10:30 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
Thirteen Voices: international Jewelry May 18-July 31. An exhibition featuring the compelling work of twelve influential contemporary jewelry artists. The exhibition is being curated by Donald Friedlich, a leader in the field of contemporary jewelry. Opening reception, Thursday May 19 from 6-10 PM. Opening Reception: May 19th, 6 - 10pm
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Rustic Simplicity features hand-hewn Carolina furniture by Jean-Claude Rossignol and son Marcel along with sleek ceramics by Andrea Carroll, contemporary oils by Nancy Hughes Miller and other offerings in this eclectic show. Runs May 4-31.
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(919) 636 - 4135 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
FRANK presents three “don’t miss” exhibitions. From student “trashion” designers, to found object and mixed media artists, May presents a range of art created from unconventional materials. In addition, FRANK’s longest running youth programs presents the launch of their self-published children’s book. Opening Reception: May 13th, 6 - 9pm
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Tyndall Galleries www.tyndallgalleries.com
201 S. Estes Dr., University PLACE
(919) 942 - 2290 Wed - Sat 11 - 6pm
LYNN BOGGESS - Oil on canvas seascapes of the North Carolina coast and landscapes of the West Virginia mountains, a solo exhibit. April 21 - May 28.
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allison sprock fine art features original art from all over the world by very famous and emerging artists. Located in one of Myers Park’s oldest existing houses built in 1916, the gallery space is truly ancient by Charlotte standards. asfa has a laid-back feel and exhibits a variety of work, from stunning abstracts to breathtaking portraits.
Charlotte Art League
1517 Camden Rd.
www.charlotteartleague.org (704) 376 - 2787 Tues - Thurs 11 - 3pm; Fri 1 - 8pm; Sat 12 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
“Taking Flight” birds, bees, and butterflies explores anything that takes wing, from real life to your imagination. The sky is the limit. Opening Reception Friday May 6, 6-9 p.m.; through May 27. Information: 704.376.2787; email@example.com.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery
7510 Pineville-Matthews Rd, 9A
www.charlottefineart.com (704) 541 - 0741 Tues 10 - 4pm; Wed - Thurs 10 - 9pm; Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
‘Art is Blooming’ in May at CFA. Floral exhibit featured by all artists including local artists of Charlotte Fine Art on exhibit and for purchase. See website for more info. Opening Reception: Second Saturday, May 14, 5-8 pm. Highlighted May 3-28 Opening Reception: May 14th, 5 - 8pm
Ciel Gallery: A Fine Art Collective www.cielcharlotte.com
128 East Park Ave.
(704) 496-9417 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
Ciel Gallery inaugurates the month of May with “What’s Modern Now”. An exciting art exhibition which pushes boundaries and new mediums in exciting ways in the attempt to define today’s meaning of modernity. We will also host a silent auction to raise funds for the Arts and Science Council of Charlotte.
Diane Pike, The Wren, pastel on paper, 12” x 12”
Coffey and Thompson Art Gallery www.coffeyandthompson.com
1200 S. Graham St. (704) 375 - 7232 Mon - Fri 9 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Susan Nuttall is a nationally renowned artist whose diverse style and works of art range from encaustics to mixed media textured to oils. Do not pass up the opportunity to meet this talented lady. We will be hosting an exhibition of her work during the month of May with an opening event on Friday May 6th from 6:009:00PM.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
1520 South Tryon St. (704) 370 - 6337 Wed - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Kathy Craig: Solo Exhibition. Abstracting subject matter is not as easy as one would suspect. Virginia artist Kathy Craig has mastered this technique and presents her first solo exhibition in North Carolina. Her sense of color and subject matter make for an exciting exhibition. THRU May 26th.
Hidell Brooks Gallery
1910 South Blvd. Ste. 130 (704) 334 - 7302 Tues - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 10 - 3pm
Johan Hagman, Shaping My Intangibles + Jenny Nelson, Sailing in Place. THRU June 25th.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 8pm
LaCa Projects Gallery
1429 Bryant St. (704) 837 - 1688 Mon - Fri 1 - 5pm
Collective. LaCa Projects celebrates its third year as the largest Latin American contemporary art space in the Southeast, with a collective highlighting artists from its 2015 roster of exhibitions. This dynamic show will feature past and new works from Juan Dolhare, Cristina Toro, Carlos EstĂŠvez, Leandro Manzo, Luis Ardila, Juan Carlos Verdial, and several more. THRU June 4th.
art - i - facts William Blake who was heavily influenced by Gothic art liked to use visionary shafts of light to convey the spiritual mood of his pictures.
Lark & Key Gallery
128-B East Park Ave
(704) 334 - 4616 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Waxing Poetic - Featuring encaustic art by Janet Eskridge, Judy Klich, Mary Alayne Thomas, and guest Bridgette Guerzon Mills. Featured potters: Donovan Palmquist & Colleen Riley, husband and wife from Eureka Township, Minnesota. On view though May 28th. Ongoing - artwork, pottery, and jewelry from 30+ artists. Judy Klich, Intensely Simple, encaustic, 20”x 20” and Colleen Riley, lidded jar
Picture House Gallery www.picturehousegallery.com
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.
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Providence Gallery www.providencegallery.net
601-A Providence Rd.
(704) 333 - 4535
Mon - Fri 9 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Summer Colors: Compositions by Isabel Forbes. Carolina artist, Isabel Forbes offers seascapes and beach paintings with figuratives. Isabel finds creating initial sketches helpful in her quest to capture compositional and contrasting elements: light and dark, complementary colors, and negative space. May 3rd-31st. Isabel Forbes, Beach Colors, oil on canvas, 30” x 40”
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(252) 726-7550 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Capturing Nature’s Color & Light – Plein Air Paintings. May 28 – July 9. Landscape themed works, including figures and still life in an outdoor setting; an open and all media show.
Mike Basher Gallery
410 Front St.
(661) 305 - 7026 Mon - Sun 10 - 6pm
“Elements” will be exhibited the month of May at Mike Basher Gallery. The show is comprised of black and white photographs of America’s eastern shores. A reception is being held May 7th from 6-8PM.
Opening Reception: May 7th, 6 - 8pm
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art - i - facts Jan van Goyen, known for his realistic Dutch landscape painting often based his paintings on open-air drawings made during extensive sketching journeys.
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(919) 286 - 4837 Mon - Fri 9:30 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 4pm
Greg Lindquist, Damian Stamer, “Wood and Water” and Paul Hrusovksy, “Passages”. NC natives and Brooklyn-based artists Lindquist and Stamer show intimate work at Craven Allen, creating a dialogue with the large scale pieces at their North Carolina Museum of Art exhibition, Altered Land, while gallery favorite Hrusovsky returns with both abstract and figurative paintings. THRU June 11th.
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121 North Churton St.
(919) 732 - 5001 Mon - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 4pm
Branching Out: Chris Graebner, Eric Saunders, and Michael Salemi, through May 22nd. Earth, Wind, and Fire: New work by Garry Childs, Larry Favorite, and Jude Lobe, May 23rd through June 19th.
Opening Reception: May 27th, 6 - 9pm
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5400 Ramsey St.
www.davidmccunegallery.org (910) 425 - 5379 Tues, Wed & Fri 11 - 5pm; Thurs 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.
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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Works by visual artist Barbara Curry are experiments in visual metaphors that examine change, movement, knowledge, chaos, and order in a transitional era. “Art has the power to convey meaning and share values of our common human experiences” says Curry. Opening Reception: May 13th , 5 - 8pm Barbara Curry, “Weaving New Pattern Life” (Installation)
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311 West Martin St. (919) 247 - 4915 Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm
311 Gallery has joined in the fun with a juried show, Eggistentialism. For the third year, 311 Gallery is hosting this innovative show that reflects the joy and beauty of chickens and eggs, the gardens they live in, and urban farming. The fun kicks off on First Friday, May 6th at 311 Gallery and culminates June 4th with the 2016 Tour D’Coop in downtown Raleigh.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
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ArtSource Fine Art Gallery www.artsource-raleigh.com
4421-123 Six Forks Rd.
(919) 787 - 9533 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm
May 5 – June 4: “Here and Now”. Exhibition featuring Larry Dean, Fen Rascoe & Craig Gurganus. See paintings of familiar things by Dean and Rascoe & the sea creatures made from recycled surf board by Gurganus. Opening Reception: May 12th, 6 - 8pm
201 e. Davie St. (919) 821 - 2787 Tues 10 - 7pm; wed - Sat 10 - 6pm
Artspace this May presents the FRESH exhibition of North Carolina artists with at creative twist and several events May 19 - June 24; the Pop-In Artist in Residence Exhibition with Martha Clippinger and the Figure Study Exhibition open May 6th.
540 N. Blount St. (919) 828 - 3165 Tues - fri 12 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
Best of North Carolina 2016, March 20th through May 31st. Gallery C is pleased to present its annual show of the best and most historically significant artists from North Carolina’s past and present.
Little Art Gallery and Craft Collection www.littleartgalleryandcraft.com
432 Daniels St.
(919) 890 - 4111 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
JOANN COUCH: Breathing Space. Much of Joann’s work showcases the brilliant beauty in nature – the common ground connecting us to each other and to generations before and after us. Underlying all of her work is optimism and faith in our beauty, society, and humanity. THRU June. Opening Reception: May 21st, 3 - 5pm Secret Cove, acrylic, 36”x 48”
Local Color Gallery
311 West Martin St.
Thurs - Sat 11:30 - 4pm
The ‘Faces’ exhibition explores the faces of life though detail, texture, and submission to subconscious impression exhibited by Keanna Artis and Margaret Griffin. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday. THRU May 28th. Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9:30pm
NC Museum of Natural Sciences Nature Art Gallery www.naturalsciences.org
11 West Jones St. (919) 707 - 9800 Mon - Sat 9 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
The Nature Art Gallery presents, “A Personal Look at Nature” paintings by Nancy Nieves, May 6th through May 29th. Gallery reception Friday May 6th from 6-8 pm at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 8pm
The Summer is Rich with Color, 2015, 11” x 14”
Raleigh Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery
719 N. Person St.
(919) 838 - 8580 Wed - Fri 10:30 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 4:30pm
Signs of Spring – This exhibit features new “seasonal” works by nationally recognized artists, Nicole Kennedy, Kim Maselli, Jean Grunewald, Diana Coidan, from bold florals to coastal scenes, landscapes, and abstracts. Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 8:30pm
Roundabout Art Collective
305 Oberlin Rd.
(919) 747 - 9495 Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
Land to Hand: Two Attitudes, One Medium showcases the work of ceramic artists Marina Bosetti and Jennifer Seigel. Like two chefs these clay artists come to the table with different perspectives and one passion. THRU May.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
The Mahler Fine Art
228 Fayetteville St.
(919) 896 - 7503 Wed - Sat 12 - 4pm
Join us First Friday, May 6th, 6pm - 9pm. Along with new works by gallery artists, we will be showcasing jeweler, Elizabeth Lyne’s original designs. Lyne is fascinated by color and loves to combine interesting stones and colored pearls creating jewelry with interchangeable elements and can be worn in several ways.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 9pm
Pete Sack, The Muzzle, mixed media on paper, 42” x 42”
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(910) 343 - 8997 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
“Odyssey”, featuring Kevin Bass and Sally Sutton continues through May 21, 2016. “Salt of the Earth” opens on May 27, 2016. This exhibit will include new works by Victoria Primicias and Owen Wexler. Both artists look to the natural world for inspiration. Primicias produces abstracted landscapes where Wexler paints true-to-life scenes. Owen Wexler, Causeway-Airlie Gardens, oil, 12” x 16”
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(336) 723 - 5890 Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 4pm
Artworks Gallery presents “For the Birds”. Members will exhibit painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, and mixed media with a focus on bird themed subject matter. THRU May 28th. Opening Reception: May 6th, 7 - 10pm
Beaufort Art Association Gallery www.beaufortartassociation.com
913 Bay St.
(843) 521 - 4444 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 12:30 - 4:30pm
Beaufort Art Association Gallery will exhibit an All-Member show for May and June 2016. Members were asked to submit artwork for the theme “Animals That We Love”. These could be a family pet or simply an animal that the artist feels a strong connection (or love).
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61 Queen St.
(843) 973 - 3300 Mon - sat 10 - 5pm
Atrium Art Gallery presents Ruth Hamill’s “At the Shore” collection of seascape encaustic paintings May through June. Opening Reception for Hamill will be Friday, May 6th from 5-8pm during the Charleston Gallery Association’s May ArtWalk. THRU June.
Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 8pm Ruth Hamill, Time Out, encaustic on canvas, 34” x 60”
Courtyard Art Gallery
149 1/2 East Bay St.
(843) 723 - 9172 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
Join us May 6th for the opening of “Conversations in Color” by Linda Scavio, a show of brilliantly colored watercolors on canvas and yupo. The artist quotes Georgia O’Keefe, “I found I could say things with colors that I couldn’t say in any other way – things that I had no words for.” THRU May 31st. Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 8pm
Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture
102 Church St. (843) 577 - 5500 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm
Visit us during the May 6 Artwalk, 5:00–8:00 p.m. See the finest in animal art and portraiture by more than 30 artists from the US, UK and Europe, in a range of styles and mediums, from antique to modern. Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 8pm
Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art www.ellarichardson.com
58 Broad St. (843) 722 - 3660 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm
Exploration. Ella W. Richardson Fine Art is pleased to present their newest exhibition “Exploration” featuring Russian impressionist couple Aleksander and Lyuba Titovets. Experience wanderlust and a lightness of spirit as you take in the visual feast of stunning landscapes, bold brushstrokes, and richly layered color. THRU June 2nd.
Charleston Ellis-Nicholson Gallery
1 1/2 Broad St.
(843) 722 - 5353 Mon & Sat 10 - 5pm
The world as they experience it provides stimuli for ceramic sculptor Marty Allran and expressionist painter Bruce Nellsmith. These accomplished artists present a joint exhibition on Charleston’s Gallery Row for the first time and are New on the Row. THRU May 30th. Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 8pm
John C. Doyle Art Gallery
125 Church St.
(843) 577 - 7344 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Please join us Friday, May 6th from 5pm – 8pm for the Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk (charlestongalleryassociation.com), as we are so excited to feature the newest works of vibrant colorist and impressionist Danielle Cather Cohen, including a grand size oil of the Charleston skyline! We hope to see you there! Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 8pm Danielle Cather Cohen, Heart of the City, 2016, oil on canvas, 24” x 36”
Mary Martin Gallery
103 Broad St.
(843) 723 - 0303 Mon - Sun 10 - 6pm
Flamingos with crowns and a Rosette Spoonbill garnished with a cape hanging out on the beach with armadillos; these are just a few things that can be found in Steven Kenny’s paintings. Join us for his exhibition “Wish You Were Here” at the Mary Martin Gallery. THRU May 31st. Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 8pm
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(803) 207 - 9265 Wed - Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 10:30 - 2:30pm
“Equine Art: Family Portraits” is an exhibition of the work of seven artists whose work focuses on the varied members of the equine or horse family. THRU May 22nd.
West Main Artists Co-op www.westmainsrtists.org
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(864) 804 - 6501 Tues - Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 4pm
Please attend our Spring Fundraiser, Out of the Attic: Upscale Art Resale, May 12, 6 - 8:30 pm. Your $20 donation supports the co-op’s mission and entitles you to food, drink, live entertainment, and a silent auction. Great way to start an art collection! Spring Fundraiser: May 12th, 6 - 8:30pm
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(804) 643 - 1708 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 11 - 4pm
Inspired by Virginia’s annual Historic Garden Week, Garden Week explores our relationship with the natural world. The exhibition features multi-media works by Alex Arzt, Carrie Dickason, Naomi Reis, and Jeff Schmuki. THRU June 4th.
Anne’s Visual Art Studio www.mkt.com/visualartstudio
208 West Broad St.
(804) 644 - 1368 Wed - Fri 12 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 3pm
Cowgirls Are Easy to Love by Terry Lynn Smith are figurative oil paintings with attitude. Fusing hyper-realism, beauty, eccentric hairstyles, and western fashion, Smith has created an exhibition full of passion with vibrant colors and texture surrounded by a rich countryside. Artist’s Talk First Friday May 6, 2016 at 6:30PM. THRU June 16th. Opening Reception: May 6th, 7 - 10pm
1616 West Main St.
(804) 358 - 2771 Tues - Thurs By App; Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 4pm
Don’t miss Brazier Gallery’s The Bigger the Better Show April 1 - May 30, 2016. This show features large paintings in sizes ranging from 35-72 inches by a group of our gallery artists.
Loryn Brazier, Appealing, oil, 36” x 36”
Richmond Candela Books + Gallery www.candelabooks.com
214 West Broad St.
(804) 225 - 5527 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 1 - 5pm
Opening Reception: May 6th, 5 - 9pm
3554 West Cary St.
(804) 204 - 1048 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm
Famous animator Ron Campbell was involved in over 50 years of cartoons, including The Beatles’ film, “Yellow Submarine”, ScoobyDoo, Flintstones, Jetsons, and more! The exhibit will feature prints and originals based on his animations, which will be available for acquisition. Opening Reception: May 19th, 6 - 8pm
Glave Kocen Gallery www.glavekocengallery.com
1620 West Main St.
(804) 358 - 1990 Tues - Fri 11 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 4pm
Tribute: Retrospective of David Wurtzel & James Del Grosso. May 6th-28th, opening reception on the 6th from 6-8 PM. Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 - 8pm
Page Bond Gallery www.pagebondgallery.com
1625 West Main St.
(804) 359 - 3633 Tues - Sat 10 - 5pm
Guest co-curators Dr. Heather McGuire and Dr. Sara Desvernine Reed present an exhibition of contemporary art grounded in the intersection of process, signification, and abstraction. Exhibiting artists include Khaled Al-Saa’i, Hillary Fayle, Penelope Gottlieb, Jason Hackett, and Clay Witt. THRU May 28th.
Candela’s Indie Photobook Showcase will feature a compelling selection of photographs from a handful of well-crafted, self-published, and small press photography books. Join us for a photobook fair Saturday, May 7th from 1–5pm. Opens May 6th. THRU June 18th.
50 Quirk Gallery
207 West Broad St.
(804) 340 - 6036 Mon - Fri 10 - 7pm; Sat 11 - 6pm; Sun 12 - 4pm
Through May 8: Anna Hepler, “Alphabet” (Main Gallery). Opening May 12: Suzanna Fields (Main Gallery). May 1: Drift/Riot + Mother Daughter trunk show. May 7 & 8: Tina Frey Designs trunk show. May 21: Tulip & Bear trunk show
Visual Arts Center of Richmond www.visarts.org
1812 West Main St.
(804) 353 - 0094 Mon - Fri 9 - 9pm; Sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 4pm
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Sculptor and printmaker Anna Hepler’s Push Me Pull You exhibition runs through May 27. Hepler’s work is in the collections of the National Gallery of Art, the Tate Modern, and the Portland Museum of Art.
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(804) 752 - 3540 Tues - Fri 11 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 4pm; Sun 12 - 4pm
New Work by Represented Artists. The collection of art includes paintings, both modern and representational of the surrounding landscape, sculptures in various mediums, pottery, jewelry, and mixed media works by 25 local and regional artists. THRU July 30th. Reception: May 5th, 5:30 - 8pm
art - i - facts William Blake who was heavily influenced by Gothic art liked to use visionary shafts of light to convey the spiritual mood of his pictures.
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“A Blue Streak” (detail) - 40”x 30”
www.jkcrum.com CHARLESTON • HILTON HEAD ISLAND
Elinor Bowman Watercolor, Chinese ink & Black Walnut Ink
Title 3 Nude Poses
www.elinorbowman.com Asheville Gallery of Art
Skipjacks in Dogwood Harbor, oil, 18” x 24”
Goldfinch Pair, 18” x 24”
54 Index Atlanta, GA - 22-26
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 Red Door Art Gallery Reinike Gallery Sandler Hudson Gallery (The) Signature Shop & Gallery TEW Galleries Thomas Deans Fine Art Watson Gallery Whitespace
Roswell, GA - 27-28 Ann Jackson Gallery Cowgirl Studios Creative Mill Art Show Ford Smith Gallery MUSE & Co. Fine Art SLM Studio/Gallery Synergy Fine Art Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Vinings Gallery
Savannah, GA - 28 Friedman’s Fine Art Gallery 11 Gallery 209 (The) Savannah Gallery (The) Signature Gallery (The) Village Craftsmen
Asheville, NC - 29
Artetude Gallery Asheville Gallery of Art Black Mtn Col. Mus. & Arts Ctr Bender Gallery Blue Spiral I
Mint Museum Randolph Picture House Gallery Projective Eye Gallery Providence Gallery Shain Gallery
Coastal, NC - 35 Beaufort Art Market Mike Basher Gallery
Durham, NC - 36
Craven Allen Gallery Durham Arts Guild Durham Arts Council Gallery Golden Belt Artist Studios Pleiades Gallery Through This Lens
Fayetteville, NC - 37
David McCune Int Art Gallery
Hillsborough, NC - 36 Eno Gallery Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
New Bern, NC - 37 Fine Art at Baxters
Raleigh, NC - 38-41
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 - 42 New Elements Gallery
Calabash, NC - 29
Winston, NC - 42
Sunset River Marketplace
Chapel Hill, NC - 30
Beaufort, SC - 43
FRANK Gallery Hanes Art Center UNC Tyndall Galleries
Charlotte, NC - 31-34 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 -
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 - 43
Pluff Mudd Gallery Society of Bluffton Artists
Charleston, SC - 44-46
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 Michael Mitchell Gallery Principle Gallery Sandpiper Gallery Spencer Galleries
Columbia, SC - 47
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 Les Beaux Arts Gallery T.L. Norris Gallery
Hilton Head, SC - n/a Endangered Arts Ltd Karis Art Gallery
Spartanburg, SC - 47 West Main Artists Co-op
Richmond, VA - 48-50 1708 Gallery ada Gallery Brazier Gallery Candela Books Chasen Galleries Crossroads Art Center Gallery Flux Glave Kocen Gallery Page Bond Gallery Quirk Gallery Reynolds Gallery Uptown Gallery Visual Arts Center West End Gallery
311 Gallery - 12 BINDERS Art Supplies & Frames - 5 Christopher Lane 14 David M. Kessler 52 David McCune Int. Art Gallery - 2 Deborah Sisco 4 Elinor Bowman 53 Ellen Hathaway 14 Fine Art at Baxters 13 FRANK Gallery 13 Front Porch Art Walk 15 Hillsborough Gallery of Arts - 13 Historic Southend 15 John Crum - 52 Lori White 53 Melissa Designer Jewelry 52 Molly Strader 52 Picture House Gallery 56 Spoleto USA 3 Sunset River Marketplace12 Todd Baxter 53 Vicki Rees 53 West Main Artist’s Co-op 15
when where Atlanta, GA, pg 22-26
Charlotte, NC, pg 31-34
Winston-Salem, NC, pg 42
Thursday, May 5th
Friday, May 6th
Friday, May 6th
Marcia Wood Gallery, 7-9pm
Friday, May 6th
dk Gallery, 5-9pm Red Door Art Gallery, 12-9:30pm
Saturday, May 21st
Artists Atelier Gallery, 12-4pm Reinike Gallery, 11-4pm
Friday, May 27th
Thomas Deans Fine Art, 6-8pm
Roswell, GA, pg 27-28 Friday, May 6th
Charlotte Art League Gallery, 6-9pm Coffey & Thompson Gallery, 6-9pm Hidell Brooks Gallery, 6-8pm
Saturday, May 14th
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 5-8pm
Friday, May 20th
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 7pm
Coastal, NC, pg 35 Saturday, May 7th
Mike Basher Gallery, 6-8pm
Synergy Fine Art Gallery, 6-9pm Taylor Kinzel Gallery, 6-9pm
Hillsborough, NC, pg 36
May 12th & 13th
Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, 6-9pm
Vinings Gallery, 6-9pm
Savannah, GA, pg 28 Saturday, May 14th Gallery 11, 4-8pm
Asheville, NC, pg 29 Thursday, May 19th Bender Gallery, 6-10pm
Chapel Hill, NC, pg 30 Friday, May 13th
FRANK Gallery, 6-9pm
Sunday, May 15th FRANK Gallery, 3pm
Thursday, May 19th FRANK Gallery, 6-8pm
Friday, May 27th
New Bern, NC, pg 37 Friday, May 13th
Fine Art at Baxters, 5-8pm
Raleigh, NC, pg 38-41 Friday, May 6th
Artworks Gallery, 7-10pm
Charleston, SC, pg 44-46 Thursday, May 5th
Mary Martin Gallery, 6pm
Friday, May 6th
Atrium Art Gallery, 5-8pm Courtyard Gallery, 5-8pm Dog & Horse Fine Art, 5-8pm Ellis Nicholson Gallery, 5-8pm John C. Doyle Art Gallery, 5-8pm Mary Martin Gallery, 5-8pm
May 27th - June 12th Spoleto Festival USA
Spartanburg, SC, pg 47 Thursday, May 12th
West Main Artist’s Co-op, 6-8:30pm
Richmond, VA, pg 48-50 Thursday, May 5th Gallery Flux, 5:30-8pm
Friday, May 6th
311 Gallery, 6-9pm Local Color Gallery, 6-9:30pm Nature Art Gallery, 6-8pm Nicole’s Studio & Gallery, 6-8:30pm Roundabout Art Collective, 6-9pm The Mahler Fine Art, 6-9pm
Anne’s Visual Art Studio, 6:30-10pm Candela Books + Gallery, 5-9pm Glave Kocen Gallery, 6-8pm
Thursday, May 12th
Thursday, May 19th
Artsource Fine Art, 6-8pm
Saturday, May 7th
Candela Books + Gallery, 1-5pm
Chasen Galleries, 6-8pm
Saturday, May 14th
Front Porch Art Walk, 10-5pm
Saturday, May 21st Little Art Gallery, 3-5pm
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