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Urban Landscapes, pg 8-9 Welcome to the Triangle An Art Scene Unto Itself, pg 13 CH, NC 27514 and Water & Earth, pg 31 Sometimes in Time, 44

Vol. 6 No. 9

Sunday, October 4, 2015 | Historic Downtown West Franklin Street | Noon - 6:00pm 100+ Local Juried Artists, 3 Stages of Entertainment, NEW Food Truck Court & Beer Garden!

The 43rd Annual Chapel Hill Art Festival

Presented by

Essential Edge LIVE 2015

Annual Planning Retreat for Arts Professionals October 29 & 30, RALEIGH NC

Marissa Boisvert, ICA

Heather Allen, MBA

Nadine Prada

Charles Gupton

DREAM IT. PLAN IT. LIVE IT. Plan to make 2016 the best year yet for your art business at this conference-style business planning retreat for artists and arts professionals. You’ll get the essentials: · revenue streams, pricing and payment plans to drive sales · how to expand through hiring and outsourcing on any budget · plans for authentic marketing each quarter in your 2016 Essential Edge calendar · strategies for showing up when inspiration hits (and when it doesn’t...) Plus, you’ll get the creative edge to stand out and sell your art with: · a One Stop Shop for your brand assets and 2016 marketing needs · steps for turning one-time buyers into collectors to sell more art + creative services · a community of artists and accountability partners for taking action after the event

Register to Attend at by September 30 for Early Bird tickets.

RANDALL W. L. MOOERS A Good Day for a Parade new still life paintings September 17 - October 17

Artist Reception: Saturday, September 19 7-9pm

STAR CATCHER, oil on panel, 24” x 30”

TYNDALL GALLERIES University Place • 201 South Estes Drive • Chapel Hill, NC 27514 • 919.942.2290

what’s inside Lets Talk Urban Landscapes, Explored Nicole White Kennedy and Sarah Powers discuss the power and frailty of their subject matter


Welcome to the Triangle An Art Scene Unto Itself

8 Nicole White Kennedy, Camminare a L’Italiani (Walking Italian Style), oil on linen, 24” x 18”, (Florence, Italy)

The many facets, functions, focuses, & attributes of 311 W Martin St


Who makes up the eccentric collage of participants at 311


Profiles ArtSource is moving and it’s bigger than ever


Manager in Chief, Torey Mishoe managing FRANK Gallery




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artGuide 09/2015

13 Kevin Duval, Candy Flip, metal

Urban Landscapes, 8-9 Welcome to the Triangle

Randall Mooers, STAR CATCHER, oil on panel, 24” x 30”, Tyndall Galleries

An Art Scene Unto Itself, pg 13 CH, NC 27514 and Water & Earth, pg 31 Sometimes in Time, 44

Vol. 6 No. 9

what’s inside Previews Luke Buchanan at Lee Hansley Gallery & Randall Mooers at Tyndall Galleries


Features New Aquisitions Amazing new works at Picture House Gallery

The Art of Storytelling Marketing Making art marketing work for you

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CH, NC 27514 and Water & Earth Painting memories of Chapel Hill, NC & art inspired by the world around us


31 Elaine O’Neil, Chapel Hill, NC

Henderson Cty Open Studio Tour What, where when, and who are the participating artists


Anchored in Charleston New works by Dorothy Allston Rogers at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery


Centerfest Check out this amazing arts festival in the heart of Downtown Durham


Sometimes in Time Interactive, multi-axial, kinetic sculptures using a combination of new metals

Lori White Discussing a working process

Karen Langley Featured Artist


Susan Barrett, (Detail)

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Sections Creative Exposure Artists Index September’s Calendar


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34 Dorothy Rogers, Charleston Basket


Urban Landscapes Explored The contrasting power and frailty of urban landscapes are for many of us awe inspiring masses of labor and creation stemming from human engineering and ingenuity. Artists’ vision of urban landscapes are as diverse as an ever-changing environment from one second to the next as the movement of temporary, live elements alter the interactions between buildings and people. Two vastly different Raleigh, North Carolina-based artists discuss urban landscapes and this genres’ pull on their creative avenues of expression. Nicole White Kennedy’s work showcases her acute understanding of how to properly use composition, edges, shapes, light, and shadows to exorcise the emotional ambiance of her figurative subjects which are set against urban themes. “The juxtaposition of structures against the fluid movement of people allows me to create an urban scene with a narrative flair”,

says Kennedy. Her masterful way of illustrating a “story unfolding”, as Kennedy puts it, allows the viewer to imagine the story behind the painting. Kennedy’s powerful use of lively colors and controlled tonal balance draws viewers into her paintings’ narratives and allows one to experience her imagery, thereby “falling” into the conveyed occurrences as if the viewer is seeing what she sees at the same time, at the same place. “I like drama. While I paint just about every subject matter including nature, urban landscapes have an inherent energy even if it¹s just static buildings”, says Kennedy when discussing urban landscapes as opposed to natural landscapes. The fluidity of movements throughout Kennedy’s works captures this energy through carefully choreographed snap shots that convey varying degrees of emotional responses. These emotional responses from humane interactions and seemingly fragile movements set against the stoic, powerful assemblage of urban architecture immediately draw the viewer to Kennedy’s urban wonderland.


“I love the scale of urban industrial landscapes. They remind me of how large the world is and how small we are in relationship to everything around us” says Sarah Powers, whose works’ palette and simplicity invoke the hidden power and influence of urban landscapes. “I am really interested in what humans are capable of and the built environment is a reminder of our intellect and ambition”, says Powers. “Seeing roads engineered to scale great heights or experiencing the vastness of an industrial complex he[sic] infrastructure and scale of our cities is inspiring”. That inspiration is used to introduce viewers to an alternative, minimalist interpretation that showcases the, as Powers says, “space, simplicity, scale and industry of the urban landscape”. Her works invoke an abstractly urban theme masked in minimalist tones. Sharp lines, mixed with subtle hidden mediums bring

forth the busyness of urban life, while final editing leaves just a simplified landscape, denoting a naked reminder of the inherent peacefulness of our basic engineering prowess. “I pare down the details of the landscape in my painting process to try and recreate those quiet moments”, says Powers. These quieter moments which are subtle, yet ever present in her work remind us that there is still an uncompounded thematic peace in our urban world. The two aforementioned artists’ contradictory styles have exposed the conceptual similarities in the many ways we view urban landscapes. Whether it’s expounding the beauty of urban landscapes’ surface interactions with its participants or introducing viewers to its bare beauty through minimalist structures, artists have stoked our natural appreciation for our unnatural surroundings.

1. Nicole White Kennedy, Smileys on Lexington (NYC), oil on canvas, 16” x 20” Nicole’s Studio & Gallery, Raleigh, NC. 2. Sarah Powers, Landscape with Water Tower and Gray Stripe, acrlyic and collage on board, 12” x 12” The Mahler Fine Art, Raleigh, NC.

Craig Alan, The Fallout, oil on canvas, 60” x 48”, based on Robert Southey’s The Three Bears

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.

11 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.

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 handcarved frames, 14-karat white gold or 23-karat gold frames.

Picture House Gallery’s staff is glad to make an appraisal or answer Skilled techany questions nicians can about any artist also restore whose work a oil painings, Mia Stone, Songs, oil on canvas, 48” x 48” private collecantique frames, tor may be interested in obtaining. Selling old documents, and refurbish silk fabart, however, is only a part of the foundarics. This distinctive gallery offers an tion on which Picture House Gallery has all encompassing range of art forms. If built its well-earned reputation. you have any questions about any of the 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 corporations, and health care and financial institutions, some of which has encompassed the use of scaffolding and

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.

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

“Spring Marsh” by Karen Crenshaw


An Art Scene Unto Itself 311 Gallery, Raleigh, NC A regularly irregular gallery, the space occupying 311 West Martin Street has become an arts scene unto itself. Rotating monthly shows of juried artists and invited artists, a regularly rotated gift shop, 12 resident artist studios, each showcasing and rotating their unique art, and 3 cooperative art groups (Tipping Paint Gallery, Local Color Gallery, and Distilled Arts) all occupy this fantastic space with a warehouse ambiance reminiscent of the art spaces of early 1980’s SOHO, New York. Having recently acquired the space in December 2014, owner Allen Clapp immediately went about transforming 311 to his vision, “I wanted to expand the breadth of art types exhibited in the gallery, improve the overall experience for patrons visiting the gallery, and to turn the gift shop into an attractive feature to help draw patrons to the gallery”, says Clapp, who himself maintains a studio at the space. Maintaining a vibrant and diverse resident artist selection has been studiously attended to by Clapp. “The Resident Artists have been carefully chosen over time to provide a wide range of art choices...”, says Clapp. A wide range of art styles and techniques perfumigate from the resident artist studios and offer patrons a tasteful and well choreographed display of alternating themes, diverse genres, and non-homogenous works of art, all caked in an aroma of oil paints and acrlics, luring art patrons with its savory, artistically sensory flavors. Clapp

encourages “resident artists to continue to update and keep their individual studios fresh. Some of the studios change their exhibited works completely every month, so the First Friday visits are really starting to get a lot of buzz from patrons.” A busy exhibit schedule is paramount to keeping 311 relevant in the eyes and ears of arts patrons. 311 Gallery has monthly shows of juried artists or invited artists that change the weekend before First Friday. “In 2015, half of the year is devoted to juried artists and half to invited artists”, says Clapp. Winners of the Juried Shows come back for a Winners Show in December. The 2015 Invited Artists are each regionally, nationally, or internationally known artists with distinctive painting styles. Dan Nelson, Joe DiGiulio, and Simon Griffiths are but some of the names dropping into 311 to showcase their work. 311 Gallery has undergone several transformations over the past several decades culminating in its current adventurously sojournic location. Genres, styles, techniques, and tastes all beckon patrons to this stylistically voluptuous space. Raleigh arts scene, Warehouse Arts Dsitrict, and now we have the 311 arts space - too much happening to simply call a gallery.

Where: 311 Gallery 311 West Martin St, Raleigh, NC (919) 247-4915 Hours: Wed-Sat 11:30-4pm

311 Residents Janie Johnson

Adrien Montoya

Into The Light, watercolors Birch, mixed media


Local Color Gallery 311 W. Martin Street

919.819.5995 Local Color Gallery 311 W. Martin Street

Susan K Jones

Namaste, 12” x 12”

Adrift, 18” x 24” Tipping Paint Gallery

Vicki Rees


Susan Stott Miller

Firefly Art - Studio 4 311 Gallery 311 West Martin Street Raleigh, North Carolina 27601 919-848-2009

Untethered, mixed media on canvas, 24� x 24�

Mary Storms 311 Gallery, Studio 2 311 West Martin Street, Raleigh, NC 919.810.2670

Sherri StewART

311 Gallery 311 West Martin St, Raleigh, NC 919.672.0383

311 Gallery and Tipping Paint Gallery September Exhibits on pages 44-45


Profiles - ArtSource Fine Art ArtSource is an award-winning fine art gallery and consulting firm located in the Midtown Area of Raleigh, NC. Founded in 1990 by Sharon Tharrington and Nancy McClure, ArtSource is celebrating its 25th year as the Triangle Area’s premiere destination for fine art and framing. The recently relocated and expanded gallery maintains an inventory of over 1,600 works of original art including works on canvas (oils, acrylics, mixed media); sculpture (pedestal scale, large scale, mobiles); and prints (giclees), limited editions, posters) created by more than 75 artists. ArtSource represents works by local, regional, and national artists and is continually introducing new artists to the Triangle area. As a full-service consulting firm, ArtSource offers art and framing consulting services for private collectors, designers, and architects as well as corporate clients. The experienced staff assists clients in selecting art from the extensive inventory or in creating a unique, one-of-akind custom piece. ArtSource specializes in fine art framing services and offers an inhouse master framer. Delivery and installation services are also available.

ArtSource’s new gallery, located at 4421123 Six Forks Road, is a spectacular venue for fundraising events, private receptions, and corporate functions. Please contact for information about hosting an event at ArtSource. In September, ArtSource will hold its first art exhibition and reception in its new space. The artists featured include Ann Watcher, Ginny Chenet, and Karen Scott. The opening reception will be Thursday, September 10 from 6-8pm (see Gallery Listing). All exhibit receptions at ArtSource are free and open to the public. To receive updates about events taking place at ArtSource or to browse the extensive collection of fine art, visit our website at: Please stop by and see why ArtSource has consistently been voted the “Best Place to Buy Art” by area residents.

Manager in Chief Torey Mishoe, FRANK Gallery FRANK has one person on staff that manages the day-to-day elements, which allows much more of the artists’ time and energy to be put into other areas of the gallery and their own artwork. In addition to being a collective, FRANK is a non-profit with a mission of supporting the local arts community and promote a vibrant downtown Chapel Hill through exhibits, events, programs, and educational outreach. Torey Mishoe, manager of FRANK Gallery discusses the perks and trials of managing a collective. Collective vs. one-owner gallery? An important element of my role in the collective is people management. The organization relies on everyone involved to play a part - artist members, board members, interns, and volunteers - 3540 people at any given time. Everyone serves on a committee that contributes to FRANK as a whole. Committees manage everything - exhibitions, curating, event planning, etc. My role differs from a more traditional gallery manager in that I am responsible for making sure all of those committees, tasks, and people all continue moving forward harmoniously. While I also sell artwork, function as an office and marketing manager, and manage the basic accounting and daily business needs of the business, I also have a hand in everything that goes on with everyone else at FRANK. Everyone has their niche and it is my responsibility, in addition to the more “traditional” tasks, to make sure that they all stay in balance with one another. How do you keep it fair? Each Member is given a month-long featured exhibition in rotation for as long as it takes us to get through them all. Once we determine who is next for a featured show, they become part of the planning committee and work with us to

pair them with a small group (1-3) of artists. Sometimes these are themed, other times they just beautifully complement each other and that’s worth displaying. Occasionally we will give someone a solo show, like our current exhibition of local favorite Elaine O’Neil. We try our best to give space to a wide variety of artists each year. What do you love about it? I have been at FRANK for better than 3 years now, and every day I come to work and get to spend time with these artists. I enjoy getting to know them, talking to them about their work, and then sharing that with the public. It’s easy to put together an artist statement about someone’s body of work and recite that to anyone who walks in the door, but being able to share with them how the artists felt when they make the work, or what inspired them, or a funny story that happened while they were making it adds so much to the art buying experience. Working with the artists on a personal level, is by far the best part of my job. Everyone here is like a big family, they care deeply about one another and each other’s success. It’s just such a wonderful environment to be a part of. _________________________________ Torey Mishoe has been the manager of FRANK Gallery since 2012.

Feed Your Eclectic Soul

Raw Grace, Warm Beauty Wesley L. Wagner

Sept 16 - Oct 17, 2015


10283 Beach Dr. SW Calabash, NC

The Art of Storytelling Marketing Heather Allen, MBA Have you ever found yourself sending out invitations within only one week of your solo show? Or building an email list with no real intention of sending a newsletter? As a business and marketing consultant, I’m familiar with the marketing resistance many artists face and I understand how marketing discomforts can creep in. But the best marketing I’ve seen has little to do with pushy promotion. It has to do with storytelling. Rather than one big marketing push through email, flyers, and postcards, storytelling marketing gives fans gradual, frequent exposure to your brand that draws people in and builds over time. Such is the nature of Instagram, a photo sharing app that Raleigh artist Pati Reis (@oldnewsdesign) uses to share her process, materials, finished pieces, and in-studio scenes, each day. Lamar Whidbee (@afro_picasso), a Durhambased painter, uses Instagram to share the events and happenings that surround his art. What results for both artists is a continuous narrative about what’s being made and who’s making it. Viewers and “followers” are drawn into the storytelling experience through imagery and words, which are what make Instagram such a successful storytelling platform. The same is true of using Facebook, a blog or email marketing to share the experience of your art and brand, regularly. When storytelling marketing is an extension of your art, it becomes more like an invitation to come inside and explore. It’s not pushy—it’s enchanting and engaging.

It’s also not a one-time event that’s here today, gone tomorrow. Instead, it lives on people’s mobile devices, computers, and tablets. And it’s all curated by the artist. One of the most effective ways to create marketing communications that inspire and motivate your audience is to give yourself time to develop it. Just as creating your next series of work takes time, so too does crafting imaginative storytelling marketing. What experiences will you create for your fans and future collectors? Get a head start on your 2016 marketing and profit planning at Essential Edge Live, a conference-style annual retreat for arts professionals. You’ll learn from expert presenters and will leave with the storytelling for your brand along with a plan for your 2016 marketing. Secure your seat at! _________________________________ Heather Allen, MBA, is a business and marketing consultant and the author of “Let Your Creativity Work for You: How to Turn Artwork into Opportunity.” Learn more at

311 West Martin St. Raleigh, NC 27601 919.436.6987 Gallery and Gift Shops hours: Wed-Sat 11:30-4pm And by appointment

Sometimes in Time September 4-26th

Flipsy Gypsy

Twisted Time

Reception: September 4, 6 - 9pm

Bringing Color to the Warehouse District since 2007

Tipping Paint Gallery Local fine art in a wide variety of mediums

311 West Martin St. Raleigh, NC 27601 919.618.8216 Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat 11:30-4pm and by appointment

Art S OURCE F INE A RT presents

“No Shades of Grey” September 10 - October 12, 2015




New Location: 4421-123 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC 27609 919.787.9533



Earl y St nw

Irby ave nw

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Rickenba cker dr

Jackson Fine Art


Atlanta Artist Center


Sidney Marcus blvd ne

David Gallery

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Lindbergh dr ne


Peachtree Hi ll

TEW Galleries Lumiere Gallery

MOCA GA e Plasters ave n



Piedmont rd ne

E Wesley rd ne

Mason Fine Art

Reinike Gallery


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Artist Atelier of Atlanta Thomas Deans Fine Art Anne Irwin Fine Art Lagerquist Gallery


Brentwood dr ne Pine Tree dr ne




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Pryor Fine Art Bill Lowe Gallery dr

Peachtree ave ne Delmont Sher idan


Pharr rd ne

Lookout pl ne

Grandview ave ne

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N Fulton dr ne


nw Bennett st



Alan Avery Art Company



hen dr ne

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East Paces Ferry

Peachtree rd

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Roswell rd / hwy 9

Ferry pl nw


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dr Maple

Mathieson dr ne

The Signature Shop & Gallery

dowlawn ave ne E Sha






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Atlanta Alan Avery Art Company

315 E. Paces Ferry Rd.

(404) 237 - 0370 Tues - Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 5pm

Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios

800 Miami Cir., Ste 200

(404) 231 - 5999 TUE - SAT 11 - 1:30PM

Artists Atelier Celebrates Photography. View photographic artists from Atlanta Artist Center’s Photography Salon, a group of dedicated photographers striving for studied artistic expression, while maintaining exacting technical excellence. Photographs using traditional, new, and experimental processes will be featured - on display through September 30.

979 Grandview Ave. NE

(404) 237 - 2324 TUE - Fri 9 - 4pm; Sat 12 - 6pm

Atlanta Artists Center (AAC) is one of the largest member artist organizations in Georgia. In September, AAC presents juried member show, “Fruits of Our Labor”, at Grandview Gallery, September 12th – October 2nd.

Bill Lowe Gallery

Opening Reception: Sept. 20th, 4 - 6pm

764 Miami cir., Ste 210 (404) 352 - 0564 Tue - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 11 - 5:30pm

“Ancestors: Origin and Return”. In honor of its 26th Anniversary, Bill Lowe Gallery presents a survey of important Oceanic and African Sculpture, all predating the early 1900’s. This is a significant, curated exhibition from important collections of Tribal and Ethnographic Art.

Pryor Fine Art

764 Miami Circle ne ste 132

(404) 352 - 8775 Mon - Fri 10 - 5pm

Pryor Fine Art presents Canadian artists France Jodoin and Kevin Sonmor. Jodoin enlightens her canvases with organic historical, transitional movement, but also tranquility and peacefulness. Sonmor’s work captures the feeling of Northern European still-lifes and vanitas studies, with a distinctive contemporary edge. Sept. 24th - Oct. 22nd.

Opening Reception: Sept. 24th


Painter Larry Gray creates luminous landscapes with atmospheres that deal with time, light, and space reflecting a profound reverence for the natural world. Gray’s work can be found in collections including Museum of Modern Art, NYC; Smithsonian Institute; The Art Institute of Chicago. THRU Sept. 26th.

Atlanta Artists Center



Atlanta Signature Gallery

3267 Roswell Rd. NE


(404) 237 - 4426 Tue - Sat 10 - 5:30pm

Taboo: Sexuality and Sexual Identity in Ceramics. Thirty plus artists demonstrate the ability of ceramics to have a relevant voice in the social and political discussions of our time and reveal the dynamic range of those responses. September 19 thru October 31, 2015.

TEW Galleries

425 Peachtree Hills Ave ne ste 24

(404) 869 - 0511 Mon - Fri 10 - 5pm, Sat 11 - 5pm

“Cathy Hegman – Solo”. Moody and evocative with a strong humanistic thread, Cathy Hegman’s beautifully worked paintings weave a tale of poetry and landscape that engages emotionally and psychologically. Her powerful, yet dreamy color palette is simultaneously emotive and contemplative.

Opening Reception: Sept. 11th

Cathy Hegman, Blue Cooler, 2015, oil on board, 36” x 36”

Thomas Deans Fine Art

690 Miami Cir. ne ste 905

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

September 11 - October 10. New paintings by two popular Atlanta artists. Helen Durant: The Return of the Herd. Tracy Sharp: Contemplating Duality. Opening Reception: Sept. 11th, 6 - 8pm

Helen Durant, 1 Goat, from The Return of the Herd, mixed media on canvas, 20” x 16”



Whitlock ave nw


dk Gallery

Haynes st




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dk Gallery

Lawrence st

Waddell st ne

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Mill st

Hansell st

Cherokee st ne

Hansell st

Church st


Roswell st Anderson st

25 West Park Sq. NE

(770) 427 - 5377 Tue - Sat 11 - 5pm

dk Gallery’s September show titled Pretty in Pink explores many dk Gallery artists using our favorite color pink. In color theory, pink means approachable and warm and that is what the gallery and team are all about so come and let us show you our true color! THRU Sept. 26th. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 5 - 9pm Susan Easton Burns, Decision, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48”


he Charleston Artist Guild is dedicated to serving the arts community of Charleston, SC. In addition to encouraging our member artists with workshops, programs of instruction and opportunities to exhibit their work, the guild supports, promotes & sponsors several community projects in the Tri-county area. We have an active membership that meets regularly to exchange ideas, learn, exhibit, and contribute to our local community. Annual memberships are $50. We welcome new members every day.

Nature’s Splendor - Sandra J. Booker

Open daily from 11am - 6pm


The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery exhibits the work of 73 artists. When you purchase an original painting, print or photograph at our gallery, you are helping to sponsor our community programs.

160 E. Bay Street • Charleston, SC


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Muse & Co. Fine Art hwy 9

ramsey st

mimosa blvd

Cowgirl Studios

Cowgirl Studios

Ann Jackson Gallery Synergy Fine Art

webb st

Green Oak

Ford Smith Gallery

canton st


oak st


SLM Studio & Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Vinings Gallery

Hill st

Roswell plumtree st



31 Oak St., STE B

(404) 590 - 6240 Mon - Fri 11 - 3pm

“Transitions” - Cowgirl Studios. A group exhibition of clay, painting, jewelry, sculpture, and fine art from Heiða Halldórsdóttir, Nicole Merkens, Cynthia Ernest Poirot, and Dave Sierra. Runs September 4- 30, 2015. Opening Friday Sept 4. 6:00-9:00pm. Refreshments will be served. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Creative Mill Art Show

85-A Mill St., Ste 200

(770) 650 - 7558 (101)

As part of National Arts and Humanities Month, Randall-Paulson Architects will host the Creative Mill Art Show for the third year at the Historic Roswell Mill. Pieces displayed range from paintings to turned wood pieces by over 50 artists. October 1st – 4:00-9:00pm / October 2nd – 4:00-10:00pm (only a two day event).

MUSE & Co Fine Art

23 Oak St. (770) 594 - 9511 Tue - Sat 11 - 4pm

Sept show titled : “Carpet Superstore” (Solo exhibit featuring student intern Marissa Graziano). Show Dates: Friday Sept. 4th - Sept 30th with an opening artist reception Friday Sept. 4th from 6-9pm. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Marissa Graziano, Fuzzy Navel mixed media on canvas, 20” x 16”

Roswell Synergy Fine Art Gallery


26 Webb St., Ste. 3 (770) 708 - 7416 Mon, Tue & Thur 10 - 2pm; Wed & Fri 1 - 4pm; Sat 12 - 5pm

Taylor Kinzel Gallery

16 Elizabeth Way

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

Join us for The Historic Roswell Artwalk Sept. 4th 6-9pm as we feature new works by Jan Eubanks, Marilyn Sparks, and Craig Griffin. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Jan Eubanks, Mysterious Waters, oil on canvas, 24� x 24�

Vinings Gallery

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

Vinings Gallery in Historic Roswell is pleased to welcome Josef Kote back to the Gallery for his second annual one-man show. The artist will be on hand to engage with collectors and dedicate artwork. September 17 & 18 from 6 to 9pm. RSVP 770-299-1122 or online at

Opening Reception: Sept. 17-18th, 6 - 8pm

Josef Kote, Moment of Solitude


When it comes to art, bigger is better! Our September exhibit focuses on largescale works that make a statement in any room. Let your eyes wander the canvas and lose yourself in these great pieces. THRU Sept. 27th. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th


Savannah W. River st

E. River st

W. Congress ln W. Broughton st

Abercorn st

Abercorn st

E. Congress st Bull st

Barnard st

Jefferson st

W. Congress st

Abercorn st

The Signature Gallery

Bull st

The Savannah Gallery

E. Bay ln E. Bryan st

Drayton st

W. Bay ln W. Bryan st

E. Bay st

Bull st

W. Bay st

Bull st

Gallery 209

Whitaker st

Montgomery st

Barnard st


The Village Craftsmen

E. Congress ln E. Broughton st

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Friedman’s Fine Art

W. State st

E. State st

Gallery 11

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

Our Featured Artist, Grace Rohland, uses mixed media to create texture in her landscape and cityscape paintings which are often executed as a monotype...that is, directly painted onto a plate and then pressed onto paper in her etching press. Artwalk: Sept. 12th, 4 - 9pm

Gallery 209

209 East River St.

(912) 236 - 4583 Sun - Sat 10 - 9pm

Gallery 209 on East River will feature artists Carrie L. Kellogg a Savannah Fine Art Landscape Photographer and Carrol Kay an accomplished weaver and bead artist.

art - i - facts Wassily Kandinsky spent two months preparing for the final painting of Compsition VII. For two months Kandinsky and his companion made sketches, diagrams, and watercolors with photgraphs of all works in progress.


Luke Buchanan, You Were in My Dreams Last Night, mixed media collage, 36” x 36”

Randall W. L. Mooers, Desire II, oil on panel, 30” rondo

Luke Buchanan

Randall Mooers

Lee Hansley Gallery Thru September 26th.

Tyndall Galleries Sept 17 - Oct 17

A new body of paintings by Raleigh artist Luke Miller Buchanan is on display this month at Lee Hansley Gallery. The new works will be shown in tandem with some paintings in Buchanan’s familiar style. These new works, not unlike his prior paintings, are mixed media and incorporate site specific photography that forms the ground for his painting. Buchanan’s works typically are romanticized images of abandoned spaces. They evoke an emotional, nostalgic response from the viewer. He describes his works as “memories of time and space.”

Randall W. L. Mooers, an accomplished still life painter working and exhibiting in New York City, will have his first North Carolina exhibition, an exuberant and beautifully detailed series entitled A Good Day for a Parade, at Tyndall Galleries in Chapel Hill, NC. Still life has historically been centered around memento mori, with the fleeting beauty of fruit, flowers, and even insects serving as a reminder of our natural life cycle. Mooers is able to appropriate these symbols into a celebration of life, expressing his sense of humor through his titles and the imaginative interactions between his objects.

“The idea of a painting comes from the space first,” Buchanan said of his subjects. He visits a site and photographs it from many different perspectives and angles. He arranges the photographs on a picture plane in a montage format before he begins to paint. Some parts of the photographs show through the paint and some areas are painted over completely. It is often difficult for the viewer to discern what is painted and what is a photograph. This style of work enhances the depth perception in his pieces, according to gallery owner Lee Hansley, who has known Buchanan since he was at NCSU.

Mooers’ upcoming exhibition gives center stage to a spiny pineapple against a rich, blue sky and glistening cherries riding crisp, crumbling watermelon like valiant cowboys, lassoed in the weighty rope which runs through the series. His symbols of impermanence are unconventional and filled with implications of festivity, half-eaten Reese’s cups and crumbling kernels of popcorn, connecting his audience with the subject matter in a modern context. The conventions of still life become a playful reminder of a life fully lived in Mooers’ eyes, always expressed with exacting detail and luminous color.


CH, NC 27514 and Water & Earth FRANK Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC “Chapel Hill - a place I love - is the focus of this work. I have tried to portray the heart and soul of Chapel Hill, the things we love about this great town, the feelings and memories of good times experienced, and the vibe of learning, teaching, healing, and coming of age here.” These are the words of Elaine O’Neil, famed Chapel Hill artist, and featured artist this month at FRANK Gallery. O’Neil’s solo exhibition, CH, NC 27514, is inspired by memories of special places and the good things that happen here. For O’Neil, depicting a place is more about embodying the essence and the emotionally salient aspects of a location rather than ensuring physical accuracy. She strives to make her pieces LOOK the way you FEEL when you’re there. Water & Earth is a rich combination of four artists, who are all inspired by the world around them. Their work reflects this theme through both their chosen subjects and their processes. Peg Bachenheimer, Gordon Jameson, Eric Knoche, and Noah Riedel all create from their surroundings - the spaces, feelings, and sounds. This celebrated group of artists has been part of the heart of FRANK for many years, and we are very excited to

present them all together in this special exhibition. Painters Peg Bachenheimer and Gordon Jameson both continue to evolve as they explore new surfaces and subjects. Bachenheimer is moving more into the abstract, putting emotion on canvas through color and texture. Jameson is taking a slight departure from his vivid abstracts with more representational subjects. Inspired by reflections in the water, these works take the viewer to the worlds of microcosm and cosmic at once. Ceramicists Eric Knoche and Noah Riedel are both inspired by their surroundings, creating unique spatial relationships, and pushing the limitations of their materials. Playful functionality plays a key role in Riedel’s work, complemented by Knoche’s sculptural constructs. 1. Elaine O’Neil, Chapel Hill, NC 2. Noah Riedel, Coffee Pot

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

the tour will be displayed on Thursday, September 17, 5-9 pm as part of the Downtown Hendersonville Rhythm and Brews event held in the Azalea lot between 3rd and 4th along King Street. During the concert Tour participants from each studio will donate artwork to be included in a raffle that will be held to benefit Backpack for Kids.

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Henderson County Open Studio Tour Henderson County, NC As summer slips into fall it is a perfect time to visit artist studios during the annual Open Studio Tour of Henderson County, North Carolina. The tour takes place Saturday and Sunday, September 19-20, from 10am-5pm. Five art corridors fan out from the center of Hendersonville in this self-guided tour of 26 artist studios and 63 artists working in acrylic, watercolor, oil, clay, wood, metal, fiber, glass, and mixed media. Free booklets with directions can be found at the Visitor’s Center and throughout downtown, as well as online at The tour gives visitors an opportunity to meet artists and learn more about the process used to create their work. Demonstrations will be offered at many of the studios and work will be available for purchase.

Two artists on the tour this year include Fred McMullen, a sculptor working primarily in metal and wood. Fred welds many of his pieces and also does sand casting and lost wax casting, using a metal furnace. Old found machine parts are mounted onto salvaged wood for trophy like sculptures. Susan Barrett says her life’s true calling is pottery. She discovered earthenware while at the University of Arizona at Tucson and her passion for artistic exploration turning earth’s four basic elements into beautiful works of art are still evident in her new work.

A preview of work to be found on Fred McMullen, Circlebronze, bronze & welded steel, 10” x 23” x 20”

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Anchored in Charleston Reception: Dorothy Allston Rogers September 4, 5-8pm

Dorothy Allston Rogers, Charleston Basket, September Featured Artist



he lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer are drifting away, and like the school children, the Charleston Artist Guild is gearing up for its business year. We take it slow and easy during the summer with a relaxed schedule of meetings and events. September kicks off our monthly member meetings, held the second Tuesday of each month at the Irene Dixon Auditorium in Roper Hospital. Join us for fellowship and refreshments with members and guests, followed by a short business meeting and a presentation or demonstration on a topic of interest to artists.

Bancroft Brabner, Fields of Blankets

Kathy Clark, Fall Treasure

The Charelston Artist Guild Gallery is open seven days a week from 11-6pm, featuring the works of 70+ exhibiting artists. These artists are daily hosts so they have an intimate knowledge of the mediums, styles and subjects offered. The artists donate a percentage of sales to the Guild’s community outreach and education programs. Stop by and see what’s in our gallery and chat with our artists, or visit our website for more information on the Charleston Artist Guild.

Where: Charleston Artist Guild 160 East Bay St. Charleston, SC (843) 722-2425 Hours: Daily 11-6pm

Mila Garro, Polynesian Breeze

Centerfest Arts Festival Durham, NC CenterFest Arts Festival 2015, produced and presented by the Durham Arts Council, will take place on Saturday, September 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, September 20 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Durham. The festival embraces the city center, including the Five Points and CCB Plazas and will showcase the work of a record number of artists: 140 talented visual artists and crafts people and over 650 performers on six stages. The Kids Zone, delicious food, a Beer Garden and multiple community nonprofits and service providers fill out the vibrant festival offerings. We are proud to announce that CenterFest has been voted by professional artists, one of Sunshine Artist’s top 100 fine arts festivals in the United States! The heart of CenterFest has always been the array of fine art and craft created by visual artists. Selected through a rigorous review process, the quality and selection of work from artists across the country will delight festival visitors. For families, the Kids Zone provides make and take activities and a special performance tent. Six stages throughout the festival will showcase the music and dance talents of the region. The Durham Arts Council’s CenterFest is free and open to the public, although donations are appreciated, and the event will occur rain or shine. CenterFest is presented and produced by the Durham Arts Council with support from community sponsors including The Herald-Sun, Durham Coca-Cola, TROSA, Sci Med Solutions, NetFriends,, No Regret Productions and many more. For more information, visit centerfest., or call 919-560-ARTS.


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FRANK Gallery

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

WATER & EARTH. Opening reception September 11, 6-9pm with music by Robert Griffiin. Stunning new paintings by Peg Bachenheimer and Gordon Jameson. Elegant functional, sculptural ceramics by Noah Riedel and special guest, Eric Knoche. Artist talk, Thursday, September 17, 6-8pm. Special feature: CH/NC 27514. Delightful textile works by Elaine O’Neil. THRU Oct. 4th. Opening Reception: Sept. 11th, 6 - 9pm

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A GOOD DAY FOR A PARADE, still life realism by Randall W. L. Mooers. September 17 - October 17. The Tyndall Galleries are pleased to present the first North Carolina exhibition of paintings by the respected New York City still life artist Randall W. L. Mooers. Please read the PREVIEW to learn more about this wonderful show.

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Please join us this September for local artist Marcy Gregg’s solo show, Expressions of Joy. A lunch and learn will be held on Tuesday, September 8th from 11:30-1:00 for $25.00. Opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 10th from 6-9. Opening Reception: Sept. 10th, 6 - 9pm

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1517 Camden Rd. (704) 376 - 2787 Tues - Thurs 11 - 3pm; Fri 1 - 8pm; Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

“Members Only Salon” CAL members exhibit salon style filling the gallery with new and exciting art. Opening Reception Friday September 4, 6-9 p.m.; through September 25. Visit our gallery and studios with over 50 artists represented in Historic South End. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Charlotte Charlotte Fine Art Gallery

7510 Pineville-Matthews Rd, 9A

‘Seeing Things Differently’ highlighting photographer, Alice Mayer along with 2 new lines of fine art jewelry: silver/gold and wearable sculpture in polymer clay. Special Appearances in Sept – ‘Pop Artist/Animator Ron Campbell’ known for Beatles TV Saturday Cartoon, Scooby Doo, The Jetsons, and more! Opening Reception: Sept. 12th, 5 - 8pm

Ron Campbell, Beatles in Concert

Ciel Gallery: A Fine Art Collective

128 East Park Ave.

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

How do you respond to the places you inhabit? Through lush color, high energy shapes, and quiet lines the INHABIT exhibit explores the spaces we occupy. Ciel also offers year-round classes, affordable fine art, commission work, and event space. THRU Sept. 26th. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Elder Gallery

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

Invitational 2015. These five exceptional American artists have been invited to participate in Elder Gallery’s first Invitational Art Show: Kathleen Craig, Virginia; John Folchi, NYC; Daniel McClendon, Asheville; David Padworny, NYC; and Greg Siler, Raleigh. Our choices for “artists to watch.” THRU Sept. 26th.

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 5 - 8pm

Hidell Brooks Gallery

1910 South blvd., Ste 130

(704) 334 - 7302 Tues - Fri 10 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 3pm

Arless Day, Mountains, Gardens & Private Rooms. Susan McAlister, Lost & In Paradise. September 11 – October 31, 2015.

Opening Reception: Sept. 11th, 6 - 8pm

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Lark & Key Gallery

128-B East Park Ave

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

THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS - on view through Sept 26th. Works by Duy Huynh, Judy Klich, Vicki Sawyer, and Mary Alayne Thomas. September featured potter: Julie Wiggins. Ongoing - artwork, pottery, and jewelry from local, regional, and national artists.

Duy Huynh, Garden of Thought (detail), acrylic on wood, 36” x 36”

Picture House Gallery

1520 East 4th St.

(704) 333 - 8235

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

ONGOING - Featuring Frederick Hart sculpture, works by Jamali, and extensive collection of paintings, sculpture, art glass, and various mediums. Established 1974.

Cecil K, Abstract Figures, encaustic oil on canvas, 30” x 60”

Providence Gallery

601-A Providence Rd. (704) 333 - 4535 Mon - Fri 9 - 5pm; Sat 10 - 2pm

Steve Dininno & Sean Parnell. Providence Gallery proudly introduces new artists Steve Dininno and Sean Parnell. Cityscapes of NYC by Dininno, an accomplished illustrator and painter will be on display along with Sean Parnell’s colorful, anthropomorphized, animal figuratives. THRU Sept. 30th.

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Painting the Urban Landscape with Larry Moore. September 17th – September 19th. Join us as we learn about composition, color, shape, light, and thinking abstractly using the streets of Durham as our inspiration. Larry is an award winning artist with articles in Plein Air Magazine, American Artist Workshop, American Art Collector, and Fine Art Connoisseur.

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

“Art Starts Here--New Work by the Visual Arts Faculty and Students from the Durham School of the Arts” showcases the professional artists teaching at DSA, as well as the next generation of artists they are helping to inspire. THRU Sept. 10th.



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100 South Churton St. (919) 883 - 1415 Tues - Thurs 12:30 - 5:30pm; Fri - Sat 12:30 - 8:30pm; Sun 1 - 4pm

‘TIME OUT’. A solo exhibition of new work by Tezh Modarressi.

Hillsborough Gallery of Arts

121 North Churton St.

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

Present Tense - New work by Linda Carmel, Chris Graebner, and Pringle Teetor. Show runs through September 20th. In The Minds’s Eye - New work by Susan Hope, Jude Lobe, and Eric Saunders. Show runs September 21st through October 25th, opening reception, Friday, September 25th, 6 to 9pm. Opening Reception: Sept. 25th, 6 - 9pm

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Bernstein uses thin, colored glass rods known as cane to apply the design to the molten glass. Each piece is blown freeform, no patterns incorporating his distinctive style and color. Crenshaw’s paintings show the influence of impressionists with use of high-keyed hues – blues, greens, and violets.

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Opening Reception: Sept. 11th, 5 - 8pm





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Sometimes in Time Kevin Duval September 4-26, 2015 Kevin Duval is an emerging, self taught metal artist. A lifelong love of tools, mechanics, and a background in machining has evolved into his current work which is mostly kinetic in nature, and somewhat abstract in design. Working with many different metals and components affords Kevin the opportunity to use a myriad of tools and techniques in the composition of original, one of a kind sculptures. Kevin lives in Wilmington, NC, with his wife, and two young daughters.

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Allen Clapp Mary Storms Kelly Blackington Susan Miller Kim Balentine Bekah Haslett Tipping Paint Gallery Cindi Moorefield Liz Roetzel Distilled Art Cheryl McCardle Local Color Gallery Annette Buckner Hall Rob Manchester Sherri Stewart

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

Bringing Color to the Warehouse District since 2007 Candy Flip

Sometimes in Time exhibition is a series of interactive, multi-axial, kinetic sculptures that have been composed using a combination of new metals and salvaged components. The varying shapes, colors, and object placement make each piece unique in its static state, while select pivot placement, careful balancing, and human interaction allow them to dance an original number each time they are touched.

Monterey Sailboats At Anchor

Lori White on a working process I’ve recently been thinking about my working process. For me, deciding what to paint is extremely difficult, because so much captures my attention – Squirrel! The rule about creating a “consistent body of work” vexes me to no end. Most of the time I have a camera tethered to me, with which I’m shooting madly, but still trying to be mindful of creatively composing with the viewfinder. Then sorting through literally thousands of photographs, a mind numbing exercise, gets me an image worth painting. I look

for how the light hits the landscape – It’s all about the light and interesting shapes and creating an image that’s so much more interesting than a camera can ever capture. In the evolution of a painting, it goes through at least one really ugly stage before it appears to have promise. Then there’s knowing when to stop, which is a consistent problem for everyone one I know. Many a painting has been ruined because I just couldn’t let it go. The best part is leaving a painting and coming back to it a day or two later and discovering that there’s something worth framing! Squirrel! Lake Lynn Geese

Where: Tipping Paint Gallery 311 W. Martin St. Raleigh, NC (919) 618-8216 Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm

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311 Gallery

311 West Martin St.

(919) 247 - 4915 Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm

Kevin Duval’s exhibition is a series of interactive, multi-axial, kinetic sculptures that are unique in their static state and dance an original number each time they are touched.

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Kevin Duval, Flipsy Gypsy

Adam Cave Fine Art

115 1/2 East Hargett St.

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

CINDY CAVE: new pastels. Country roads, nature trails, and the changing seasons all serve as inspiration for this new body of work. Cindy studied classical realism in Paris and Florence and applies those skills to landscapes rich in color and emotion. THRU Oct. 10th.

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

Cindy Cave, Powerhouse Road, pastel on paper

ArtSource Fine Art

4421-123 Six Forks Rd.

(919) 787 - 9533

Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

“No Shades of Grey” featuring Ann Watcher, Ginny Chenet & Karen Scott. This trio of artists will explore the use of color and their love for nature. Sept. 7 – Oct. 12.

Opening Reception: Sept. 10th, 6 - 8pm

Raleigh Lee Hansley Gallery

225 Glennwood Ave.

(919) 828 - 7557 Tue - Sat 11 - 6pm

Luke Miller Buchanan: now thru September 26. The exhibition features a series of works on canvas in which the artist is exploring new urban subject matter. Also in the show are paintings in his familiar mixed media style where he combines architecture, site specific photography, and found objects. First Fridays open until 10 p.m.

Little Art Gallery and Craft Collection

432 Daniels St.

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

MARTHA OLSON: Surprises! Virginia artist, Martha Olson, specializes in re-creating paper from glossy magazine pages. Her mixed media process of “painting” with her new paper is full of textured and surprising images. THRU Sept. 31st.

Martha Olson, Rough Country, mixed media, 9” x 12”

Local Color Gallery

311 West Martin St.

Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm

Watercolors can be as prodigal as merciless – rich and fluid draped over the composition in manner of its own design. Watercolors take suggestions, not orders. Works by Mary Ruth Dana and Janie Johnson. THRU Sept. 26th. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

NC Museum of Natural Sciences Nature Art Gallery

11 West Jones St.

(919) 707 - 9800 Mon - Sat 9 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm

The Nature Art Gallery presents, “Raleigh, Naturally” artwork by Vicki Rees. September 4th through September 27th. Gallery reception First Friday, September 4th from 6:00-8:00pm at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

Opening Reception: Spet. 4th, 6 - 8pm Vicki Rees, The Family

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Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery

719 N. Person St.

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

September Exhibit features Nicole White Kennedy & guest artist Eugene Segal, “From City to Sea with a European Flair”. Impressionistic works in oil bring out the beauty and attitudes of European travel and life. Please visit web site for details and class workshop schedules.

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 8:30pm

Eugene Segal, Amalfi Coast, oil, 30” x 40”

Roundabout Art Collective

305 Oberlin Rd.

(919) 747 - 9495 Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm

“The Lie Box” by Brandon Cordrey focuses on the information transfer that we all witness and take part in daily, on what we receive from the media, how it can be manipulated and how easily opinion can be portrayed as fact. THRU Sept. 30th.

The Mahler Fine Art

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 9pm

228 Fayetteville St.

(919) 896 - 7503 Wed - Sat 12 - 4pm

The Mahler will be hosting the Moroccan/American Art Exchange, BOTHWAYS/Migratory Birds from September 13th - 23rd. This is a reciprocal hosting of the wonderful artist residency that our American artists experienced as the guests of the Ministry of Culture of the Kingdom of Morocco. All proceeds from purchased artworks supports Art Projects Inc.

Opening Reception: Sept. 18th, 6 - 9pm

Works created by the Moroccan & American artists while in Marrakech


Raleigh Tipping Paint Gallery

311 West Martin St. Wed - Sat 11:30 - 4pm

“Paint the Town”. Raleigh, it’s a heck of a town. The Neuse is up and the Capitol’s down. The people drive 440 to get all around. Join Tipping Paint Gallery as we Paint the Town this month. Opening Reception: September 4, 6 to 9 pm. THRU Sept. 26th.

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Bruce Bowman’s and Nancy Tuttle May’s “The Architecture of Color” continues through August 28, 2015. “Venerated Surfaces” opens on September 25, 2015, featuring internationally recognized artists, Fritzi Huber and Hiroshi Sueyoshi. Huber crafts handmade paper inspired by the intersection of earth and water. Sueyoshi masterfully sculpts clay vessels that refelect nature.

Fritzi Huber, Flotsam: Gyre #1, mixed media, 30” x 24”

art - i - facts George Seurat painted La Grande Jatte in a studio which his fellow-painter Paul Signac noted was too small for such a large canvas. Perhaps this explains the discrepancies in the scale of the figures, which if viewed at an angle appear more proportional.

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creative exposure Peg Bachenheimer Oil and Wax Paintings

What the Tide Leaves, oil on linen, 20” x 20”

Coming Soon - Solo Exhibition Oct 2015 Mary Erickson - Making Art, Making a Difference Elder Gallery, Charlotte, NC 1.888.414.2414

Jeff DeLude Paintings

Water and Earth

with Gordon Jameson, Eric Knoche & Noah Riedel

Frank Gallery, Chapel Hill, Sept 8 - Oct 4 Reception: Friday, Sept. 11, 6-9pm

Peter Driscoll* Introducing “Ikebana Suite”

“Takamatsu” Cash Cow, acrylic on board 25” x 40”

Asheville, NC 828-337-3925

Pen & Ink rendering of the ancient Japanese Art of Flower Arranging *South Carolina’s only scrimshaw artist Exhibiting at ARTIZAN Gallery


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Garland Mattox

Greenville, SC

Moondog Cottage, 303 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh, NC

Kathy Oda Fine Kiln-Formed Glass Ladys Island, SC

City Art Gallery, 511 Red Banks Rd., Greenville, NC

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Visit me at Centerfest, Durham, NC, Sept 19-20! You can see my glass art at the art festivals listed on my website and at these locations: The Filling Station Art Gallery, 3B Lawton St., Bluffton, SC Gallery 11, 309 W. St. Julian St., Upper Level, Savannah, GA Walter Greer Gallery, 14 Shelter Cove Ln, Hilton Head Island, SC

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


creative exposure Carol Joy Shannon 919.436.6987

September Events: Sept 18-20 - 35th Arts in the Heart of Augusta (GA) Sept 26-27 - 53rd Peoria Fine Art Fair (IL)

Mapping the Catch

Karen Langley

Carl Peverall, 1st Place & People Choice Winner

30th Annual Sculpture Celebration Contemplation, oil on linen canvas, 30” x 20”

Village Artists Art Gallery 631-8 Promenade Place, Columbia SC 29229 803-206-4304 803-788-5517/

Saturday, September 12th - 9am - 4pm T H Broyhill Park, 945 Lakewood Circle, Lenoir, NC Over 150 sculptures for sale displayed in a natural park garden setting. Meet and mingle with the sculptors while enjoying live music and food from local vendors.



Feature Artist Karen Langley Karen Langley is an award-winning artist whose work is collected both domestically and internationally. She works in a variety of subject matter and styles. A captivating abstract is just as likely to be on her easel as a landscape, style life, wildlife, or seascape scene. Perhaps Karen’s most emotionally infused pieces are her portraits of South Carolina’s Fallen Soldiers. Videos featuring some of her portraits can be seen on (search terms Karen Langley, “It’s Him”, or Ben Hoover, “It’s Like a Gift From God”). Karen teaches oil painting for beginners to intermediate at the Village Artists art gallery on tuesday mornings, she also does weekend workshops for portraits in oil. Karen is represented at the following Art Galleries, Treasure Nest, Mt. Pleasant, SC, Village Artists and Frame Warehouse, Columbia, SC, and Island Art Gallery, Manteo, NC

Up coming shows that Karen will be attending are: Atalaya at Murrells Inlet SC in the Huntington Beach state park. September 25th,26th and 27th Karen will be a featured artist at the Village Artists on Friday, October 2nd (6:00 pm – 8:00 pm) Rosewood Art Festival Columbia SC October 3rd (10am till 5pm) Bluffton Seafood and Arts festival, Bluffton SC October 17th and 18th Website Look for me on Facebook too!

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Charleston Anglin Smith Fine Art

9 Queen St.

(843) 853 - 0708 Mon & Sat 10 - 6pm

Anglin Smith Fine Art presents a selection of new works by oil painter, Kim English. English expresses the simple beauty found in daily life by his profound use of paint. English’s works will be on view at Anglin Smith Fine Art from September 4 to 18.

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 5 - 8pm

(The) Atelier Gallery

153 King St.

(843) 722 - 5668 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm

Atelier Gallery is excited to announce the opening of its summer Pop Up Shop in Charleston Place, located at 122 Meeting Street! From July through September, stop by and enjoy work by both new and current artists.

Atrium Art Gallery

61 Queen St.

(843) 973 - 3300 Mon - Thur 10 - 5pm; Fri - Sat 10 - 6pm

Atrium Art Gallery features black and white photography, contemporary, and abstract paintings from local, regional, and national artists. It is a must see gallery known for it’s “exciting art space”.

Cecil Byrne Gallery

7 Broad St. (843) 720 - 3770 Hours: N/A

Cecil Byrne Gallery is now featuring the work of espressionist painter Kin McAninch. Each coastal landscape in McAninch’s body of work is differentiated by a unique and arbitrary laying of complex colors with visible brush and palette knife work.

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Charleston Artist Guild Gallery

160 East Bay St.

(843) 722 - 2425 Daily 11 - 6pm

Dorothy Allston Rogers is the featured artist for September with her exhibit ‘Anchored in Charleston’. Dorothy’s artwork carries a sense of peace, calm, and reflection that flows from a heart rooted in the Holy City and steeped in salt-water and pluff-mud. Dorothy’s paintings capture the love and inspiration she feels for her ancestral home, Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 5 - 8pm Dorothy Allston Rogers, Generations

Courtyard Art Gallery

149 1/2 East Bay St.

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

Join us on Friday, September 4th, 5-8pm for the Opening Reception for sculptor, Mark Larkin. Featured will be his latest large-scale sculpture “VULCAN PRINCESS” along with other work primarily in metals that allow him to create abstract forms with a bit of humor and whimsy. THRU Sept. 30th. Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 5 - 8pm

Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture

102 Church St. (843) 577 - 5500 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm

It’s September and change is in the air at Dog & Horse Fine Art. In fall, we invite visitors to view fox and bird hunting scenes, pointers, retrievers, springers, and setters at work in gorgeous landscapes.

Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art

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

First Annual Emerging Artists Exhibition. Four international up-and-coming artists showcase their works at the first annual Emerging Artists exhibition. From decadent still-lifes to Surrealist figures, Alex Radin, Lana Svirejeva, Sung Eun Kim, and Jin Hee Lee display their diversity and talent. THRU Sept. 26th.



1 1/2 Broad St.

(843) 722 - 5353 Mon & Sat 10 - 5pm

West Palm Beach artist Thomas Tribby’s exhibition, “Studies in Still Life” represents his exploration of this interest over a number of years and in various media. These works reflect Matisse and Modigliani’s influence among other artists that Tribby greatly admires.

John C. Doyle Art Gallery

Opening Reception: Sept. 4th, 5 - 8pm

125 Church St.

(843) 577 - 7344 Tue - Sat 10 - 5pm

We have been looking forward to cooler days, and we will be celebrating Fall early at the gallery! Please visit the gallery in September, as we will unveil never before seen Gullah vendor inspired original works by John Carroll Doyle, as well as release two new exciting Doyle canvas giclee editions!


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Join us for Art & Wine, Friday, September 4 from 6-8 p.m. We have a great selection of art from local artisans who are on duty seven days a week to help with your selections.

Reception: Sept. 4th, 6 - 8pm

Karen Langley, Ginger Kitty Resting, oil on linen

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Ellis-Nicholson Gallery

58 Index Atlanta, GA - 22-25

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 Hagedorn Foundation 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 Stan McCollum Gallery TEW Galleries Thomas Deans Fine Art Watson Gallery Whitespace

Roswell, GA - 26-27 Ann Jackson Gallery Cowgirl Studios Creative Mill Art Show 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

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

Hillsborough, NC - 42

Eno Gallery Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts

New Bern, NC - 42 Fine Art at Baxters

Raleigh, NC - 43-49

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

Wilmington, NC - 49 New Elements Gallery

Winston-Salem, NC - n/a Artworks Gallery

Beaufort, SC - n/a

Asheville, NC - 36

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

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

Calabash, NC - 36

Bluffton, SC - n/a

Sunset River Marketplace

Chapel Hill, NC - 37 FRANK Gallery Hanes Art Center UNC Local Color Gallery Tyndall Galleries

Charlotte, NC - 38-40 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

Durham, NC - 41

Pluff Mudd Gallery Society of Bluffton Artists

Charleston, SC - 54-57

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 - 57

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

Greenville, SC - n/a

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

Hilton Head, SC - n/a Endangered Arts Ltd Karis Art Gallery


311 Gallery - Alizarin Gallery Adrien Montoya Art Mob Studios ArtSource Fine Art BINDERS Art Supplies & Frames Caldwell Arts Council Carol Joy Shannon Centerfest Charleston Artist Guild Gallery Ellen Hathaway Essential Edge Festifall Fine Art at Baxters FRANK Gallery Garland Mattox Hand in Hand Henderson County Open Studio Tour Hillsborough Gallery of Arts - Historic Southend Honey Burrell Janie Johnson Jeff DeLude Karen Langley Kathy Oda (The) Mahler Fine Art Mary Erickson - Mary Storms Melissa Designer Jewelry Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery Peg Bachenheimer Peter Driscoll Picture House Gallery - Sherri Stewart Sunset River Marketplace - Susan Jones Susan Stott Miller Three Sisters Fiber & Clay Tipping Paint Gallery - Todd Baxter Tyndall Galleries Vicki Rees -

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when where Atlanta, GA, pg 22-25 Friday, September 4th

Tyndall Galleries, 7-9pm

dk Gallery, 5-9pm

Charlotte, NC, pg 38-40

Friday, September 11th

Friday, September 4th

Tew Galleries Thomas Deans Fine Art, 6-8pm

Sunday, September 20th Atlanta Artists Center, 4-6pm

Thursday, September 24th

Charlotte Art League Gallery, 6-9pm Ciel Gallery, 6-9pm Elder Gallery, 5-8pm

Friday, September 10th Anne Neilson Fine Art, 6-9pm

Pryor Fine Art

Friday, September 11th

Roswell, GA, pg 26-27

Saturday, September 12th

Friday, September 4th Cowgirl Studios, 6-9pm Muse & Co Fine Art, 6-9pm Synergy Fine Art Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery, 6-9pm

Thursday, September 17th Vinings Gallery, 6-9pm

Friday, September 18th

Hidell Brooks Gallery, 6-8pm

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 5-8pm

Friday, September 18th

Projective Eye Gallery, 6-8pm

Friday, September 18th Pleiades Gallery, 6-9pm

Saturday, September 19th

Savannah, GA, pg 28

Sunday, September 20th

Gallery 11, 4-9pm

Friday, September 11th Fine Art at Baxters, 5-8pm

Raleigh, NC, pg 43-49 Friday, September 4th

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

Thursday, September 10th ArtSource Fine Art, 6-8pm

Friday, September 18th The Mahler Fine Art, 6-9pm

Durham, NC, pg 41

Vinings Gallery, 6-9pm

Saturday, September 12th

New Bern, NC, pg 42

Centerfest, 10-6pm

Centerfest, 11-5pm

Hendersonville, NC, pg 29

Saturday, September 19th Adam Cave Fine Art, 6-8pm

Winston-Salem, NC Friday, September 4th Artworks Gallery, 7-10pm

Charleston, SC, pg 54-57 Friday, September 4th

Friday, September 11th

Anglin Smith Fine Art, 5-8pm Charleston Artist Guild Gallery, 5-8pm Open Studio Tour Henderson County, Courtyard Art Gallery, 5-8pm 10-5pm Ellis-Nicholson Gallery, 5-8pm

Thursday, September 17th

Hillsborough, NC, pg 42

Columbia, SC, pg 57

Friday, September 25th

Friday, September 4th

Chapel Hill, NC, pg 37 FRANK Gallery, 6-9pm

FRANK Gallery, 6-8pm

Saturday, September 19th

September 19th - 20th

Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, 6-9pm

Village Artists, 6-8pm

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Craig Alan, ArtBox, oil on board, 18” x 18”

artGuide September 2015  

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

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