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what’s inside Feature Sections Realism Art Encompassing a wide variety of mediums, Realism Art is truely a rich genre covering still lifes, to ceramic art, to photorealism and everything in-between 14
Art Destinations - Triangle, NC
14 Eric Serritella, Whisper, 2016, ceramic, 32” x 28” x 20”
Amazing art galleries and art exhibits are sprinkled throughout the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill area. One of our favorite Art Destinations. 23
People and Places Previews Kathy Cousart and Gina Strumpf at ArtSource Fine Art Gallery (Raleigh) and Picasso at Les Yeux du Monde (Charlottesville) 36
Profiles in Art Vinings Gallery in Roswell, Georgia discusses their art and newest location 37
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Claude Howell, Three Men on the Shrimper, serigraph Features Genres - Realism Art, pg 14 Art Destination - Triangle, North Carolina, pg 23
Jerry Uelsmann, The Committee, 2002 Through This Lens
National Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibit, pg 18 Ken Van Sickle at SOCO Gallery, pg 22
National Watercolor Society Exhibit Southern Arts Society is once again hosting the National Watercolor Society Exhibit 18
Hendersonville Open Studio Tour Amazing array of artists at this Annual Open Studio Tour 19
La Vie Bohéme World-renowned Ken Van Sickle at SOCO Gallery in Charlotte 22
CenterFest Regional Art Festival in Downtown Durham, Sept 17-18 33
Against the Wall and Natural Lines Armacost and Oleson showcasing new works at FRANK Gallery 34
18 Hsiao Hui Huang (Taiwan), Yellow Roses, 20” x 14” (Jerry’s Artarama Award)
Kinetic Art: Shaping Time 311 Gallery presents Kevin Duval as he creates amazing moving sculptures 35
Exhibits Calabash, NC. Abstraction – Works by Joseph & Sharon DiGiulio 45 Hillsborough, NC. Dreaming in Color and Go Figure! 52 New Bern, NC. Inspirations in Stone, Sculptor Dean Richard Leary 52 Spartanburg, SC. West-Main’s 43rd Annual Juried Show 61 Richmond, VA. Dog Days of Summer, View of the James River - Artworks 62
Sections Creative Exposure Artists Index Calendar
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Clyde Edgerton, Mamie Smith
14 happy memories of magical moments in times past and create an ode to the beauty in everyday objects. Her desire is to arouse a feeling of intimacy in the viewer and draw him or her into the complexities of the painting to see and experience a new perspective or thought about the subject. Marsha’s medium of choice is watercolor because of the way it allows her to capture the distinctive qualities of light making it the perfect medium for creating the dazzling still lifes for which she is known. Her paintings have been accepted into numerous Regional, National, and International juried exhibits and garnered a number of awards. Her art has been showcased in Museums across the United States. In addition, her work has been published in many national and international magazines. Her works hang in collections throughout the United States. 1. Marsha Chandler, Blueberries and Lemons, 2016, watercolor on paper, 22 x 15
Realism Capturing our world 1. Marsha Chandler, nws, awa, sws Atlanta, GA www.marshachandler.com firstname.lastname@example.org 404.213.9538 Marsha Chandler is an internationally recognized artist known for her contemporary realism. In her Atlanta studio she creates vibrant still lifes expressing her love of details and reflective light. Her realistic and compelling compositions depict simple objects from everyday life in extraordinary ways. With numerous layers and multiple colors, the vivid saturated hues that she creates have become her signature style. With her art, Marsha endeavors to evoke
2. Michael McChesney, artist. Maryville, TN michaelmcchesney.com email@example.com 617.821.4421 Mike McChesney received a BA from Macalester College in St Paul MN with majors in Art and Physical Education. He taught Art in California and Minnesota and then opened a custom jewelry shop turning client’s ideas and designs into reality using whatever process was appropriate, whether that be lost wax, fabrication, handwrought or other. He is now devoting all his time to his artwork. His work is an exploration of what he calls “Sensual Feminine” the world is full of powerful, sensual images and he tries to make the viewer sense the rich, full sensual images in his paintings and sculptures. The images are far more than the realistic portrayal of a flower, figure, or object. As to his painting work, he observes the world around him, selectively choosing objects that provide him with a powerful
2. Michael McChesney, Studio Reflections on a Salt and Pepper Set, 2016, oil on canvas, 24” x 36”
3. Eric Serritella, Whisper and Wander, 2016, ceramic, 32” x 60” x 23”
statement. McChesney’s work delves into the world of photorealism, super-photorealism, and hyper-photorealism, blending oils like watercolor; overpainting, layering, and using glazes to create an image.
3. Eric Serritella, artist. Chapel Hill, NC www.ericserritella.com firstname.lastname@example.org 919.914.6585
McChensey’s sculptural works focuses on the exploration of the sensual three dimensional worlds. Choosing bronze to accentuate the intimacy of the viewers experience, McChesney encourages his viewers to touch his works and use the organic, flowing, sensual shapes to engage the viewer.
Eric Serritella is a master of realism expressed through hand-carved ceramic trompe l’oeil birch, charred and weathered log sculptures. His works are internationally recognized and have been exhibited, awarded and collected on five continents for their exquisite design and incredibly realistic textures.
16 Serritella’s works are included in many collections including among others, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Mint Museum. He’s contributed to nearly 90 exhibitions and has been represented at the world’s top art and design shows including TEFAF Maastricht (Netherlands), Design Miami/ Basel (Switzerland), Design Miami (Florida), The Salon: Art + Design (NY), SOFA Chicago and The Smithsonian Craft Show. A 2013 cataloged solo show at Jason Jacques Gallery in Manhattan led to additional international recognition. He has been honored by the James Renwick Alliance as the 2016 Distinguished Artist in ceramics at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Works have appeared on the covers of AmericanStyle and Pottery Making Il-
lustrated, and in the pages of Ceramics Monthly, American Art Collector, Modern, NICHE, American Craft, Clay Times, The Crafts Report, Design 360º (China), and Ceramic Art (Taiwan). Individual and group studio visits welcomed by appointment. ------------------------------------------------------Realism Art is one of our favorite genres of art. With all it’s sub-genres, Realism Art pleasently provides visual arts patrons with works ranging from still-life to photorealism, works in 2D to 3D, and everything in-between. Although traditionally traditional, Realism keeps us aware and in touch with contemporary styles and forms. Be sure to check out our Realism Feature and Realism Artist features online at www.artguidemag.com
Editorial Calendar Up next Ceramic/Clay Art November 2016 www.artguidemag.com/november2016
Blueberries and Lemons, 2016, watercolor on paper, 22 x 15
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Feature Section: Ceramic/Clay Art Seagrove, NC Added Distribution: Celebration of Seagrove Potters
nws, awa, sws www.marshachandler.com 404-213-9538
Durham Pottery Tour This Month Fine Southern Clay, pg 10 Profiles in Art, Adam Cave, pg 21 Art Events, pg 22
Orange Cty Stud Tr Piedmont Craftsmen’s Fair
Studio Reflections on a Salt and Pepper Set, 2016, oil on canvas, 24” x 36”
Shown are two paintings in the traveling show. Artist Carol Creel (“MARBLES”) from Louisiana collects handmade marbles which she combines with her grandmother’s cut glass to create paintings. “The bold colors of the marbles follow the sleek lines of the cut glass giving the illusion of liquid color. This liquid color creates visual appeal.” Artist Mike Kowalski (“OLD WORLD”) from Washington found his subject while strolling through and antique emporium. “This stall with mid morning light streaming in on the collection of old globes was mesmerizing. I wanted to capture a sense of recalling travel in a less modern world, or of some adventure long dreamed about.”
National Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibit October 1 - 30, 2016 Southern Arts Society, Inc. Kings Mountain, NC Southern Arts Society (SASi) in Kings Mountain, NC first hosted the National Watercolor Society (NWS) Traveling Exhibit in 2013 and is excited to see it return to their galleries October 1 through 30, 2016. SASi is the only Southeast location to showcase this amazing collection of water based media. The exhibit consists of 31 paintings by artists from around the world who were selected for the traveling show after being juried into the prestigious NWS International Exhibit held in San Pedro, California last year. Over 1000 entries were submitted into last year’s competition, with 6 countries being represented in the traveling show alone.
Southern Arts Society (SASi) was founded in 1984 by A.B. Mauney Snow and other local artists to foster a love and appreciation for the arts by educating the community and supporting local artists. Since 2002 SASi has been located in the historic Southern Railway Station renovated to house a gallery, gift shop and space for art classes. 1. Mike Kowalski, Old World, 13” x 9” (Combined Donors Award IV) 2. Carol Creel, Marbles, 22” x 28” (Watercolor Artist Magazine Award)
301 N. Piedmont Avenue (NC 216) Kings Mountain, NC 28086 Hours: Tue - Sat 10 am to 4 pm Ph 704-739-5585 www.southernartssociety.org
derson County and online at http//www. OpenStudioTourHC.com. The tour gives visitors an opportunity to meet the artists and learn more about the process used to create their work. Demonstrations will be offered at some studios and artwork will be available for purchase. A preview of work by artists participating in the tour can be seen from 5-8 pm, Thursday, September 15, as part of the Downtown Hendersonville Rhythm & Brews concert, a free event with live music, on Main Street between Caswell and Allen Streets, adjacent to the Visitors Center. During the concert, artists from each studio will donate work for a raffle that will be held to benefit Backpacks for Kids.
Open Studio Tour of Henderson County Saturday and Sunday Sept 17-18, 2016, 10am-5pm Self-guided, free tour of 36 studios throughout Henderson County, NC Fall is in the air, a perfect time to visit artist studios during the always popular Open Studio Tour of Henderson County, located just 25 minutes south of Asheville, NC. The tour takes place Saturday and Sunday, September 17-18, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily. Five art corridors will fan out from downtown Hendersonville forming the basis of this annual free self-guided tour featuring 36 studios and 62 artists working in acrylic, watercolor, oil, clay, wood, metal, fiber, glass, and mixed media. Guide brochures with directions can be found at the Visitors Center, downtown Hendersonville, and at various outlets throughout Hen-
Two artists on the tour this year include Cynthia Moser, an award winning artist who has always been drawn to watercolor as a medium. Her florals, landscapes, and figures are done in a loose, painterly style with clear, crisp colors. She is a signature member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina. Barbara Remensnyder paints traditionally in watercolor, acrylic, and alcohol inks. Alternating between these mediums keeps her work fresh and varied. She uses acrylics in a bold, bright contemporary style and alcohol inks in the loose and free style that the medium demands. Also an award winning artist, Barbara is a past President of The Art League of Henderson County. 1. Cityscape: Barbara Remensnyder 2. Floral: Cynthia Moser
Hendersonville Open Studio Tour THREE SISTERS FIBER & CLAY Studio 22 26 www.OpenStudioTourHC.com
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LA VIE BOHÉME Ken Van Sickle SOCO Gallery, Charlotte, NC Charlotte, North Carolina – SOCO Gallery is thrilled to present LA VIE BOHÈME, a retrospective exhibition with New Yorkbased photographer, Ken Van Sickle. This will be the artist’s first exhibition at SOCO Gallery located at 421 Providence Road in Charlotte, North Carolina. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, September 7 from 6 – 8pm, followed by an artist talk on Saturday, September 10 beginning at 10:30am. The artist talk will be moderated by the Bechtler Museum curator, Jennifer Edwards. Both events are free and open to the public. As an artist grounded in the importance of an artwork’s composition over its subject, Van Sickle’s images of the romantic, evanescent moments of bohemian life in the 1950s and 1960s survive today as narratives of the post-war world. Van Sickle studied in New York City at the Art Students’ League under the German
avant-garde painter George Grosz, and later in Paris with the Hungarian photographer André Kertész. After several years in Paris, he moved to New York City. The rambunctious, progressive United States to which Van Sickle returned astonished the young artist, whose focus shifted to 1960s America. Van Sickle’s photography has been exhibited nationally and internationally, in prestigious museums such as Galerie Thierry Marlat, Paris, France; Limelight Gallery, New York; and the first photography exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1960. SOCO Gallery is a contemporary art space and bookshop based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The gallery provides a thoughtful platform for contemporary art to be experienced, discussed, and acquired. SOCO Gallery produces six exhibitions annually, and exclusively represents artist working locally, nationally, and internationally at the highest levels. Photograph: Ken Van Sickle, Les GarÇons, 1955, 12” x 19” or 30” x 40”
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Nestled in the heart of North Carolina, the three cities encompassing the Triangle: Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Durham, each uniquely and cumulatively creates an amazing assortment of art galleries, art museums, and an incredible amount of quality artists. An Art Destination with large market quality, in a midsize Southern town. Each of the Triangle cities are perfect walking destinations. In Downtown Raleigh there are a handful of great galleries including The Mahler Fine Art. Stroll over to the Warehouse District, which might as well be called the Art District with it’s row of galleries such as 311 Gallery and a contemporary art museum. Lee Hansley Gallery, located north of the Warehouse District on Glenwood Ave is a must visit with exhibits showcasing regional and national artists in a variety of mediums. Durham is a beautifully quaint historic city with remnants of it’s rich Tobacco history. There, you’re bound to be amazed by the variety of art galleries and art exhibitions. Pleiades Gallery is an exquisite gallery
that contains some of the top regional artists. Through This Lens is an unassuming art gallery focusing on photography with exhibitions and artist talks by both nationally and world-renowned photographers. A short drive north of Duke University and you can visit Craven Allen Gallery. This frameshop with a gallery in the basement exhibits works by artists who are collected in major markets throughout the nation. Chapel Hill is centered around UNC Chapel Hill. This center of graduate and post-graduate education brings with it a wide array of visual arts. FRANK Gallery, located in the center of downtown Chapel Hill carries a wide variety of high-end work from many local and regional artists. Monthly exhibits and events make this gallery a must visit. Definately one of artGuide’s favorite Art Destinations, the Triangle is a perfect day visit or long weekend visit for all art patrons. In the following pages we’ve featured some of our top choices. Check out more features about the Triangle on www.artguidemag.com!
Triangle, NC Art Destinations Below artGuide has the pleasure of introducing some of the top galleries in the Triangle area. They hail from all the main cities encompassing the area - Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. We’ve also listed an amazing abstract artist, trained in New York City. We’ve been fortunate to feature these amazing galleries during a month when many of them have national and world-renowned artists exhibiting in their spaces. From clay, to photography, to paintings, many of the below galleries are exhibiting names that are recognizable in major art markets; a true testament to the thriving art scene in the Triangle area.
1. Craven Allen Gallery, gallery. Durham, NC cravenallengallery.com 1106 ½ Broad St, Durham, NC 919.286.4837 Craven Allen Gallery in Durham features rotating exhibitions as well as a selection of artworks by local artists working in a variety of media including photography, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and prints. The gallery began as a labor of love as part of the picture framing business House of Frames, in 1968. Some of the nationally known artists represented include Damian Stamer, whose evocative landscapes are currently featured in Altered Land at the NC Museum of Art; the photographer and architect Phil Freelon; and Beverly McIver, subject of the HBO Documentary Raising Renee. McIver is widely acknowledged as a significant presence in contemporary American art and has charted a new direction as an
African American woman artist; she was named as one of the “Top Ten in Painting” in Art in America. Opening on October 1st is Cuba Now, photography by Elizabeth Matheson, recipient of the North Carolina Award for Excellence in the Arts—the state’s highest civilian honor. Matheson’s enigmatic new photographs explore the country she finds “...deeply and soulfully beautiful, filled with both melancholy and irrepressible delight.” Gallery favorite Sue Sneddon follows in November with Life Size, featuring paintings of the NC coast. 2. Lee Hansley Gallery, gallery. Raleigh, NC leehansleygallery.com 225 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 919.828.7557 Claude Howell and his printmaker, Carson Tredgett of Charlotte, are reunited this month in an exhibition at Lee Hansley Gallery. It is the last exhibition in the Glenwood South space. The gallery is moving in the fall to 1053 East Whitaker Mill Road. Claude and Carson began their collaborative venture in 1978 and produced a total of ten serigraphs together. The images were all based on Howell paintings. Producing the serigraphs required close collaboration between artist and printer. Each print has between 38-46 colors, meaning a silkscreen film was made for each color. A single pass of ink was made per color as it was transferred to paper. Howell was allowed final say before prints could be signed and released for sale. Tredgett’s set of master prints are numbered 1/1 printer’s proof. Tredgett is a native of Leicester, England. At age 16 he went to work for a master printer and by age 20 he was shop manager at a major commercial printing house. He moved to Charlotte in 1977 and set up his own business in 1979 which he ran for 35 years. Tredgett will discuss his relationship with Howell and explain the printing process at a gallery talk on Sept. 11 at 3 p.m.
1. Elizabeth Matheson, Valdadero Beach, Cuba, photograph
2. Claude Howell, Three Men on a Shrimper, serigraph
26 3. The Mahler Fine Art, gallery. Raleigh, NC www.themahlerfineart.com 228 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC 919.896.7503 This October The Mahler Fine Art is proud to present a large pot installation by Daniel Johnston. Johnson’s large pot installations marry the art of pottery with the worldly gratification of senses by creating differing light and composition environments. “After several years spent producing and selling large jars, I challenged myself to make a series of 100 human-scale vessels which I displayed in a single line spanning a quarter mile. Upon completion, I saw the vessels accompanied by multitudes of patrons in a harmonious line with their shadows cast perfectly parallel upon the ground. At that moment I saw the project in a context spanning the distance between the traditional object and the ephemeral experience. It struck me that I had found the place for my work to live conceptually in this culture - as installations.” Johnson’s site-specific conceptual installation houses his large pots (as many as 30 large vessels) in a structure evoking a rural shrine, teahouse or the shell of a massive kiln. The plank and board structure allows light to softly illuminate the glaze of the pots while creating shadow and line across the surroundings. The experience is one of beauty, peace, and reverence. Opening Sept 14, with a First Friday Reception on Oct 7, the exhibit run through Oct 20. 4. Don Mertz, artist. Cary, NC email@example.com 919.434.7040 Don Mertz’s path to becoming an artist was a slow one. From The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, to the Marines, to 25 years of Corporate America. Living in New York City, he spent many hours in galleries and
museums. Becoming increasingly inspired by Abstract Expressionism, his desire to create art was reawakened, and he began classes at The Art Students’ League of NY. He decided to leave corporate life, move to North Carolina, and finally become what he always knew he was--an Artist. Represented in Raleigh by ArtSource, and in Morehead City by Vision Gallery, his award-winning abstract art has been in many juried and solo-shows. Mertz’s way of creating art is an appealing one. In his current work, The Wonder Series, he approaches a canvas the way a child approaches a sandbox; eager to explore possibilities, and experience the wonder and joy of discovery when playing. It is a time of creative spontaneity--free of rules and goals. Yet he is always guided by his adult-sense of aesthetics. Canvases in The Wonder Series have layers upon layers of brush strokes and watery drips. The colors collide, complement, blend, and are often punctuated by marks and squiggles. Some palettes are delicate pastels. Others are lush with bright colors. There are always quiet spaces that create shapes of composition. While painting is indeed fun for him, he also adds, “Painting is a challenging and satisfying passion--and a perfect opportunity to smoke a good cigar, sip a great single malt scotch, and listen to Willie Nelson.” 5. Pleiades Gallery, gallery Durham, NC www.PleiadesArtDurham.com 109 East Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 919.797.2706 Pleiades Gallery promises exceptional contemporary art, interesting exhibits, and a friendly attitude whether you are an established art collector or this is your first time in an art gallery. Pleiades creates a haven from the heat
3. Daniel Johnston, Kiln Firing 2016
4. Don Mertz Rise and Shine, acrylic, 48” x 48”
28 with a late summer-early fall exhibit, Sea Life (through September 25th with a reception on Friday, September 16th from 6-9 pm). In a gorgeous array of blues and greens, tidal pools, currents, fish and turtles, Sea Life tells the stories of the vast, complex and beautiful ocean. September’s featured artist is sculptor Nate Sheaffer. His solo show, Copy That, will be a collection of 50-100 neon/LED/ incandescent letters of all different type faces. Pleiades is an artist driven, community focused gallery located in the heart of downtown Durham at Five Points Plaza. By juried invitation, Pleiades represents talented Triangle-based artists in diverse media who are participating members of the gallery. Original artwork includes metal and wood sculpture, ceramics, wood furniture, neon, fused glass, painting, and mixed media in a range of styles and prices. We look forward to meeting you. Pleiades Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday, and the public is invited to meet the artists at a reception every Third Friday from 6-9 pm. 6. Through This Lens, gallery. Durham, NC www.throughthislens.com 303 E Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 919.687.0250 Jerry Uelsmann has long been a legend in the photographic world. His well-known work began in the late 1950s. Today he continues to produce new work in his darkroom. Even today Mr. Uelsmann’s work is strictly analog, but hardly old school. Through This Lens is proud to show 25+ prints provided by the artist and by local collector(s) for this special exhibition. Most work will be available for purchase and all will be remarkable examples of the highest level of imagination and skill. Mr. Uelsmann received his BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in fine
art photography as a member of the golden class of 1957. He later received advanced degrees from Indiana University. His teaching career began at the University of Florida in Gainesville in 1960 and taught there until his retirement. He continues to live and make art in Gainesville. Uelsmann has more than 20 publications to his credit and has exhibited his photographs in more than 100 US and international venues. His photographs can be found in the permanent collections of Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Chicago Art Institute, the Bibliotheque National in Paris, and too many others to list. Jerry Uelsmann’s work will be on display from Friday, September 16, 6-9 PM through Saturday, October 15, 2016. The artist will speak at the Nasher Museum in Durham at 3PM on Sunday, October 2 – with a reception following at Through This Lens.
Be sure to check out more information online at www.artguidemag.com. Throughout the month of September artGuide will be posting features and pages about each Feature Gallery/Artist with extended galleries of artworks. Be on the look out this November for our Art Destination of Seagrove, NC - a pottery paradise.
5. Nate Sheaffer, I Am, neon, LED, and salvaged metal, 36” x 24”
6. Jerry Uelsmann, Untitled, 1982
Claude Howell, Master Painter Carson Tredgett, Master Printer
Sept 7 thru 29/Reception & Talk Sept 11 at 2 pm This is the final exhibition at the Glenwood location; we’re moving this fall to 1053 East Whitaker Mill Road.
Lee Hansley Gallery 225 Glenwood Avenue
DON MERTZ MertzArt.com “Painting is a challenging and satisfying passion -- and a perfect opportunity to smoke a good cigar, sipa great single malt Scotch, and listen to Willie Nelson.”
1-800 Blooms, acrylic on canvas, 36” x 36”
216 Bordeaux Lane Cary, NC 27511 firstname.lastname@example.org 919.434.7040
Through This Lens has been devoted to Photography since 2004 featuring signed original work from around the world. We also make fine prints on our large Epson printers. Please inquire about our printing services. We will participate in CLICK, the October 2016 Triangle Photography Festival featuring a solo exhibition of new work by Lori Vrba, author of the celebrated Moth Wing Diaries. Also in October live demonstrations of traditional darkroom printing.
Jerry Uelsmann, Untitled, 2003
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CenterFest Arts Festival Saturday, September 17. 10-6pm Sunday, September 18, 11-5pm Downtown Durham CenterFest Arts Festival 2016, produced and presented by the Durham Arts Council, will take place on Saturday, September 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, September 18 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.
and take activities and a special performance tent. This year Kids Zone plans are underway for a unique collaboration with Super Graphic Print Studio and the Museum of Durham History. 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, WRAL.com, Mix 101.5, Durham Coca-Cola, TROSA, Sci Med Solutions, NetFriends, Triangle Downtowner/Boom Magazines, People’s Channel, Spark Productions and many more. For more information, visit centerfest.durhamarts.org, or call 919-560-ARTS.
In 2015 CenterFest was 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 Photo credit: Michael Zirkle Photography
September 6 – October 9, 2016 Opening Reception (all shows), Friday, September 9, 6-9PM Against the Wall and Natural Lines Armacost’s Against the Wall will feature a new body of work just for FRANK Gallery. She is an award winning, nationally exhibited and internationally collected artist. Armacost’s work is inspired by nature and her surroundings, and is rooted in expressing feelings that can’t be put into words. Natural Lines exhibition will showcase Oleson’s handcrafted, functional furniture. His woodwork is contemporary and highly influenced by some of the biggest names in the medium, including Michael Fortune and George Nakashima. Oleson describes his work as function meets natural forms, and focuses on its inherent colors and patterns of each piece of wood to create a one of a kind work. Paintings, Photographs, Friendship Paintings, Photographs, Friendship emphasizes the uncertain boundary that separates writers and artists. This month long exhibition features the paintings and photography of two good friends and Triangle legends, who are each in their own way, blurring the boundary of writer and artist – famed NC author, Clyde Edgerton, and acclaimed NC photographer, John Rosenthal. The two will also host a very special eve-
ning at FRANK on October 6th, with a presentation of stories, artwork, and music from a friendship that has crossed more than three decades – with special guest, former Red Clay Rambler, Mike Craver! Turning the Lens on Learning The Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery presents Turning the Lens on Learning, an exhibition that visually captures the direct connections between play, creativity and learning. Featuring inspirational photographs by Barbara Tyroler, the exhibit showcases the ongoing work of Kidzu Children’s Museum and encourages viewers to contemplate the ingredients and environments necessary to nurture creativity and innovative thinking for success in the 21st century. 1. John Rosenthal, Big Man and Child 2. Clyde Edgerton, Mamie Smith
Where: FRANK Gallery 109 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC (919) 636-4135 www.frankisart.com Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6pm; Sun 1-5pm
Kinetic Art: Shaping Time Sept 1 - Oct 1, 2016 E = mc² and art blend together to create Kinetic Art. Wikipedia defines kinetic art as “art from any medium that contains movement perceivable by the viewer or depends on motion for its effect.” Physics explains that an object in motion maintains kinetic energy until its speed changes. If it is powered by the wind or an observer, its speed is constantly changing, creating mesmerizing patterns of light and shadow, color, and shapes. Taking the time to observe this type of sculpture in motion is hypnotic, inducing a state of meditation. What a wonderful way to combat the stresses of everyday living! I recently had the opportunity to spend an evening with some of Kevin Duval’s sculptures. I found myself entranced by the changing designs and enjoyed watching how passersbys couldn’t help but stop and touch and play with the art. The experience had a way of slowing life down, even if just for the moment. The Shaping Time exhibit 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. 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.
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
Gina Strumpf, Love is All Around, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”
Pablo Picasso, Sculpteur travaillant sur le Motif avec Marie-Thérèse posant (S.V. 59), 1933 (March 31, Paris) Etching printed on Montval laid paper with Montgolfier watermark. From the Suite Vollard (S.V. 59), edition of 50 of the second (final) state
Biannual fundraiser - LCGA
ArtSource Fine Art Gallery Sept 22 - Oct 20
Les Yeux du Monde Sept 24
Kathy Cousart of Athens, Georgia and Gina Strumpf of Charlotte, North Carolina will join together in Reverie to start off the Fall season.
Lydia Gasman was a renowned Picasso scholar and beloved Professor of Modern Art at the University of Virginia. She revolutionized Picasso studies with her wide ranging and powerful readings of Picasso’s work in relation to his life and the history of the 20th century.
Cousart focuses on traditional subject matter with a fresh, contemporary look that has an abstract edge to it. She also enjoys painting from life and the play of light and shadow and the effect that it has on color and value. Strumpf is recognized by her distinctive style in her popular “Red Umbrella” European and New York City-scapes. Like Cousart, she also loves painting En Plein Air, and traveling whenever possible to inspire her artwork. Join ArtSrouce Fine Art Gallery on September 22, 6-8pm for an artists’ reception to meet Cousart and Strumpf and put their faces with the beautiful artwork that they both create. ArtSource Fine Art Gallery has been bringing collector-level fine art to patrons since 1990.
When she passed away, she left a treasure trove of books and manuscripts to two of her former doctoral students, who then founded the non-profit Lydia Csato Gasman Archives to preserve and share her brilliant scholarly legacy with a wider audience. The biannual fundraiser for the LCGA will take place on September 24 at Les Yeux du Monde amidst work by Picasso, Gasman, and other important artists. The theme Picasso in Three Dimensions was inspired by the 2015 MOMA exhibition of Picasso’s sculpture and by Gasman’s ground-breaking readings of Picasso’s art and writings in spatial and cosmic terms. For more information and to bid on art in the auction, visit www.LydiaGasmanArchives.org.
Profiles in art Vinings Gallery
Vinings Gallery is pleased to be celebrating the Grand Opening of its second location in Historic Roswell during the weekend of September 16-18. Artists Zheng Li, Gloria Lee, Chad Awalt, Fabio Napoleoni, John-Mark Gleadow, and others will join the Gallery family in celebrating the new location! Owner Gary Handler explains the expansion in Roswell: “After almost 20 years in business, and almost four years here in Historic Roswell, we saw the opportunity for an additional large space in this vibrant community. Vinings Gallery now has two locations in Historic Roswell catering to the bustling population that frequents the Canton Street area. The arts community is thriving in this neighborhood, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of that movement!” Since 1999, Vinings Gallery has grown to be one of the region’s leading art galleries. What brought you into art? The funny thing is, I never had any type of art class, or formal training for this line of work in college. But, I took a part-time job in an Atlanta art gallery shortly after graduating and fell in love with the industry -- it then became my career What was your vision for Vinings Gallery, and how has this vision come to fruition and exceeded it? My vision was to bring an internationally-recognized group of artists to the Atlanta community, which has been so incredibly supportive and trusting of Vinings Gallery over the years. One of the benchmarks on which we’ve built this business has been relationships -- we have become friends with so many collectors, and in turn they
(and we) have created lifelong friendships with the artists we represent. Atlanta and the Southeast have really responded overwhelmingly to our portfolio. It’s been a very exciting journey. What will the new space bring to the Roswell and Greater Atlanta area? Visitors to the new Gallery will recognize the trademark Vinings Gallery vibe with a bit more of a contemporary edge. This collection now includes new sculpture and fine art glass along with the two-dimensional art that we are already well-known for. What does the future hold for Vinings Gallery? We are just so excited to be a part of the thriving Roswell community. As far as the Gallery itself, we will stay true to our mission of being on the cutting edge so we have the ability to introduce emerging artists into our portfolio while maintaining an array of artists that speak to the more traditional and established body of work.
Vinings Gallery is an exquisite gallery representing national and world renowned artists in a variety of mediums. Vinings Gallery on Canton 938 Canton Street Roswell, GA 30075 770-545-8887 www.viningsgallery.com
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 have encompassed the use of scaffolding and cranes. “It’s important that our clients talk to us about their needs so we can accomplish what they want to achieve,” Bob says. “We have a loyal clientele who keeps coming back because of our service-oriented philosophy”. In addition to fine art sales and consultation services Picture House Gallery offers a full-service custom framing shop with over 2,600 mouldings, and such special touches as French matting, period framing, hand-gilded and hand-carved frames, 14-karat white gold or 23-karat gold frames. Skilled technicians can also restore oil paintings, antique frames, old documents, and refurbish silk fabrics. This distinctive
gallery offers an all encompassing range of art forms. If you have any questions about any of the gallery’s services, come by and talk to the experienced staff. For more information about the gallery’s services feel free to visit their website or call them. 1. Douglas, Luminaries in Azure, painting with mixed media with wood, 60” x 50” 2. Douglas, Mission Trio, painting with mixed media on wood, 60” x 50”
Where: Picture House Gallery 1522 E. Fourth St., Charlotte, NC (704) 333-8235 picturehousegallery.com Mon - Fri 10 - 4pm; Sat 10 - 3pm
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Anne Irwin Fine Art
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Abstract Statements. New non-objective work from gallery artists including Catherine Booker Jones, Sarah Otts, Lucy Williams, Dorothy Goode, NG Collective and others. September 16 - October 15, 2016. Opening Reception: Sept. 16th, 6 - 8:30pm
Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios
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“The Uncommon Eye.” Featuring the diverse perspectives of the Photography Salon of the Atlanta Artists Center, images in the show range from spontaneous street shots to multilayered magical realism. Each artist opens new dimensions with inventive lens work. THRU Oct. 31st. Meet the Artists: Sept. 17th, 12 - 4pm
Bill Lowe Gallery
764 Miami Cir., Ste. 210 (404) 352 - 8114 Tue - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 11 - 5:30pm
BRENDA STUMPF “CAVOMYRT” September 10th thru October 3. This latest body of work was composed in the sanctuary of a deconsecrated church Stumpf has transformed into her studio. Her ingenious technical innovations essentially “calcify” her sweeping, assemblages composed of relics that carry the essence of innocence in childhood. Opening Reception: Sept. 10th, 2 - 5pm
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. A bientot!
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Creecy: A Survey of Major Paintings. A survey of large paintings and archives of Herbert Lee Creecy, Jr. Exhibition Dates: June 29 – August 20, 2016. Masud Olufani, 2015/2016 Working Artist Project Fellow. Exhibition Dates: July 16 – September 10, 2016.
Alan Avery Art Company is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by Atlanta artist Jennifer J L Jones. Inspired by the artist’s recent journeys seeking familial roots in Cardiff, Wales and her birthplace of Alexandria, Virginia, the artist revisits themes of home, roots, timing, place, and self. September 16 - October 15, 2016.
Atlanta Reinike Gallery
789 Miami Cir. (404) 364 - 0490 Tues - Sat 10 - 5pm
In the month of September, continued showing of the newest works by gallery artists. High realism still-lifes by Peter J. O’Halloran. New textural figurative abstractions by Charles H. Reinike III. Patricia Fabian adds to her new series Above, Beyond and in Between. Donna Johnson’s encaustics and Henry Callahan’s expressive acrylic abstractions. Opening Reception: Sept.17th, 11 - 4pm
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J.F. Baldwin in Gallery 1 & TEW Summer Show, 2nd Floor Gallery. J.F. Baldwin’s deeply psychological works depicting women in minimalist landscapes evoke the sense that we are both part of nature and inherently isolated. Other works on show are abstract, painterly florals, and paintings & sculpture by gallery artists.
Thomas Deans Fine Art
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September 16 - October 11. East Coast - West Coast. A group exhibition focusing on the contrasts between East Coast and West Coast abstraction by artists showing in our galleries in Atlanta, GA and Palm Desert, CA.
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“Smile.” Art that just makes you smile! Featuring artists Francisco Adaro, Chris Beck, Sloane Bibb, Jayne Morgan, Jenny Schultz, and Kathy Walton. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 5 - 9pm
Marietta Red Door Art Gallery & Studio
48 South Park Sq. (770) 835 - 5385 Daily 12 - 2pm
Art Walk: Sept. 2nd
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SLM Studio & Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Vinings Gallery
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“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.
MUSE & Co Fine Art
31B Oak St. (770) 594 - 9511 Tue - Sat 11 - 4pm
Muse & Co. Fine Art is excited to announce that we have found another Home, Sweet Home! We’re not going far, just around back of The Shops of SOCA. We strive to provide the highest quality contemporary fine art. Presenting and promoting both emerging and established artists, the gallery has an emphasis on exhibiting original paintings and sculptures from mostly local artists. We offer complimentary in home or corporate art consultation services to help you find the perfect piece.
House artists of Red Door Art Gallery & Studio, Jenny King, Mary Jane Huegel, Palma Rhoades, Donna Shiver, Kirk Stansbury, Ana Drury, Sophie Broussard and Claudia Suggs, have expressed their interpretation of September’s theme “Bon Appetit” with engaging original art.
Synergy Fine Art Gallery
26 Webb St., Ste. 3 (770) 708 - 7416 Tues - Thurs 10 - 2pm; Fri 1 - 4pm; Sat 12 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 4pm
Please join Synergy Fine Art in welcoming Jaya Saxena. We are sure Mrs. Saxena’s florals, inspired by rich color and energy will delight you. Her vivid, spontaneous paintings in oil and acrylics are delivered with expressive broad strokes of the brush and palette knife. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 9pm
Jaya Saxena, Magenta Flowers, oil on canvas, 24” x 18”
10 Elizabeth Way (770) 299 - 1122 Mon - Thurs 12 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 5pm Vinings Gallery is pleased to celebrate the Grand Opening of our Canton Street location in Historic Roswell the weekend of September 16th. The sassy little sister of our Elizabeth Way location, Vinings Gallery on Canton features an array of emerging and established artists including an assortment of stunning fine art glass and sculpture. Numerous artists will be on hand for the Grand Opening Weekend. For event times, please visit us online at viningsgallery.com.
Simon Kenevan, Storm Song, oil on canvas, 16” x 12”
Vinings Gallery on Canton
938 Canton St. (770) 545 - 8887 Vinings Gallery is pleased to celebrate the Grand Opening of our Canton Street location in Historic Roswell the weekend of September 16th. The sassy little sister of our Elizabeth Way location, Vinings Gallery on Canton features an array of emerging and established artists including an assortment of stunning fine art glass and sculpture. Numerous artists will be on hand for the Grand Opening Weekend. For event times, please visit us online at viningsgallery.com.
Fabio Napoleoni, The Way I Feel When I’m With You
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From DiGiulio Studios, Abstraction – Works by Joseph & Sharon DiGiulio, Sept. 8 - Oct. 1. Joe’s large scale abstract acrylics use color, shape, and texture to express emotion, which often relates to his experiences as a cancer survivor. Sharon brings her acrylic collage and encaustic painting. Coincides with Joe’s three-day abstract acrylic workshop at the gallery Sept. 16-18.
art - i - facts Salvator Rosa was a poet, actor, as well as a painter and printmaker. He was a colorful character who did a great deal to create the popular romantic image of the artist as a rebel and outsider.
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Highly acclaimed local favorites kick off the Fall Season. Katherine Armacost and Jim Oleson bring abstract elegance and clean lines to their exhibitions. Also in September, Triangle legends John Rosenthal and Clyde Edgerton will be featured.
Opening Reception: Sept. 9th, 6 - 9pm
Jim Oleson, Pi Table
201 S. Estes Dr., University PLACE (919) 942 - 2290 Wed - Sat 11 - 6pm
Sally Sutton - Local Landscape, Local Color; new oil paintings celebrating the work of the farmer and the artist’s love of the land, which ‘gives back’ and nurtures mankind. “I enjoy the challenge of capturing light and experimenting with rich and bright color combinations and contrasting them with deep shadows using lively brushstrokes, creating movement and energy in my work.” September 15 - October 15.
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1517 Camden Rd. www.charlotteartleague.org (704) 376 - 2787 Tues - Thurs 11 - 3pm; Fri 1 - 8pm; Sat 12 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm “ART For ALL” an exhibition of creative expression from community art programs at Art Unleashed, the Behailu Academy, Harvey B. Gantt Center, LifeSpan Mosaic, PhotoVoice, and UMAR. Through September 30. Visit our gallery and studios in South End representing over 50 regional artists.
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery www.charlottefineart.com
Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 9pm
7510 Pineville-Matthews Rd, 9A (704) 541 - 0741 Tues 10 - 4pm; Wed - Thurs 10 - 9pm; Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 2pm Oscar Folk: Expressionism, Sacred Geometry Collection. Native Charlottean (1927-2013) Watercolors. A journey of one man’s perspective into the understanding and relationship between sacred patterns and nature. Over 25 works for purchase. Family member will be on hand for discussion of works. THRU Sept. 30th. Opening Reception: Sept. 10th, 5 - 8pm
Oscar Folk, Scarlet, (1927-2013), watercolor, 22” x 26”
Ciel Gallery: A Fine Art Collective
128 East Park Ave. (704) 496-9417 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
Ciel Gallery presents Rust Revival, an exhibit featuring the work of photographer Nancy O. Albert and assemblage artist Renee Calder. Embracing the aesthetics of decay, through varied processes they explore the visually seductive and luminous properties of rust. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 9pm
1520 South Tryon St. (704) 370 - 6337 Wed - Fri 10 - 5:30pm; Sat 10 - 2pm
Nature’s Finest: Stephanie Neely & David Skinner. Southern landscapes and native flowers created by two North Carolina artists come together to present beautiful display by two award-winning artists. Neely’s oil pastel paintings are luminous and strikingly beautiful while Skinner’s landscapes reflect the area around his Asheville studio. THRU Oct. 1st. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 5 - 8pm
1429 Bryant St. (704) 837 - 1688 Tues - Fri 10 - 6pm; Sat 1 - 5pm
Latin American Contemporary Art Projects is proud to present The Other Side, a solo exhibition featuring abstract paintings by Eduardo Cardozo. The Other Side features Cardozo’s graceful approach to abstractionism, wrought with complex layers, distinctive compositions, and a weathered appearance. THRU Nov. 5th. Opening Reception: Sept. 8th, 6 - 9pm Eduardo Cardozo, The Dream, mixed media
Lark & Key Gallery www.larkandkey.com
128-B East Park Ave (704) 334 - 4616 Tues - Sat 11 - 5pm
Lark & Key presents Myth Makers, on view Sept 2nd - Oct 29th. The exhibit features ‘modern myths’ by Janet Eskridge, Duy Huynh, Sarah Kaufman, Vicki Sawyer, and guest Jeanie Tomanek. Featured potter - Barbara Chadwick. Ongoing: Paintings and functional art from 30+ local, regional and national artists. Gallery Crawl: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 8pm
Jeanie Tomanek, Foster, oil, 24” x 18”
Charlotte 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.
Leila, Rhea’s Beaury I, painting with mixed media on wood, 40” x 40”
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Introducing self-described conceptual expressionist painter, Valerie Lennon, who identifies her ability to compose complementary colors, shapes, and lines into figurative paintings relating moments in time as her greatest artistic strength. Exhibit also highlights New York cityscapes by Diane Virkler. September 5th-30th.
Valerie Lennon, Double Date, oil on canvas, 30” x 40”
421 Providence Rd. (980) 498 - 2881 Tues - Sat 10 - 5:30pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
SOCO Gallery proudly presents “LA VIE BOHÈME”, a retrospective with New York-based photographer, Ken Van Sickle. The opening reception will be followed by an artist talk, moderated by The Bechtler Museum curator, Jennifer Sudul Edwards. THRU Oct. 7th. Opening Reception: Sept. 7th, 6 - 8pm
art - i - facts Étienne-Maurice Falconet spent 12 years in Russia working on commissioned work. His most famous work, Peter the Great was only unveiled after his return to France in 1782.
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Carolina Artist Gallery exhibition â€œWild Horses of the Outer Banksâ€? Sept. 17 to Nov. 11. Reception Sept. 17 at 5:00, featuring The Foundation for Shackleford Horses, unveiling of a private label for the show by Gregory Vineyards, and art awards. Meet the Artists: Sept. 17th , 5pm
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1106 1/2 Broad St. (919) 286 - 4837 Mon - Fri 9:30 - 6pm; Sat 10 - 4pm
JEREMY KERMAN: Durham by Ghost Bike. PEG BACHENHEIMER: The Colors of Summer. Jeremy Kerman explores Durhamâ€™s eclectic architecture and new urban energy in exciting mixed media pieces for DURHAM BY GHOST BIKE. In THE COLORS OF SUMMER, Peg Bachenheimer creates landscapes and abstract encaustic paintings with rich vibrant colors and luscious surface textures. THRU Sept. 17th.
109 E. Chapel Hill St. (919) 797 - 2706 Wed - Thurs 12 - 7pm; Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 3pm
SEA LIFE. August 10 - September 25. Third Friday Reception, September 16, 6-9 pm. In a gorgeous array of blues and greens, tidal pools, currents, fish, and turtles, Sea Life tells the stories of the vast, complex and beautiful ocean. The featured artist for September is neon sculptor Nate Sheaffer. Reception: Sept. 16th, 6 - 9pm
Through This Lens
303 E. Chapel Hill St. (919) 687 - 0250 Tues - Fri 10:30 - 5:30pm; Sat 10:30 - 4pm
Jerry Uelsmann: from Uelsmann Untitled includes 25+ works dating from the 1960s through 2013 by an artist well known for his surreal presentation of the world and his darkroom prowess. Even today all his images come exclusively from the darkroom. Reception: Sept. 16th, 6 - 9pm
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Dreaming in Color: New work by Lolette Gutherie, Alice Levinson, and Pringle Teetor THRU Sept. 25th. Go Figure!: New work by Linda Carmel, Marcy Lansman, and Lynn Wartski. September 26th through October 23rd. Opening reception Friday, September 30th, 6-9pm. Opening Reception: Sept. 30th, 6 - 9pm
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Fine Art at Baxters Gallery features “Inspirations in Stone” by Sculptor Dean Richard Leary. Trees, rocks, bones, seashells, and even clouds and waves are the fascinating inspirations for Leary’s carvings in stone and wood. This technique allows Leary to explore a range of expressive possibilities using natural materials that are rich in color and texture. Leary also has extensive experience in fiberglass, bronze, and aluminum casting Opening Reception: Sept. 9th, 5 - 8pm
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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.
Adam Cave Fine Art www.adamcavefineart.com
Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 9pm
2009 Progress Ct. (919) 838 - 6692
After 8-1/2 years in the center of downtown Raleigh, Adam Cave Fine Art has moved to a convenient new location, right off of Whitaker Mill and Wake Forest Roads. Visit soon to see our exciting contemporary gallery space.
ArtSource Fine Art Gallery
4421-123 Six Forks Rd. (919) 787 - 9533 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm
“Southern Light” will include paintings by local Raleigh artist, Sharon Bass. The featured works will include scenes from Southern France, and the Southern Carolinas, including Coastal NC and Charleston, SC. Vibrant colors and familiar scenery describe her work. Southern Light featuring Sharon Bass exhibit will run August 29-September 17.
201 E. Davie St. (919) 821 - 2787 Tues 10 - 7pm; wed - Sat 10 - 6pm
Artspace presents Light & Air: John Hartman & Lauren Crahan of Freecell Architecture (September 24 - October 29); Rorschach, Titus Brooks Heagins (September 2 - October 29); and PNC Pop In Artist in Residence Jody Servon Exhibition (August 5 - September 27).
540 N. Blount St. (919) 828 - 3165 Tues - fri 12 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
Southern Discomfort: the Art of Dixie. August 5 – September 13. Annual theme show featuring our artists interpretation of the deep south. Oil Paintings by Silvia Paz. September 1 – 30. Fanciful and imaginative works.
Raleigh 225 Glenwood Ave. (919) 828 - 7557 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
Claude Howell, Master Painter, and Carson Tredgett, Master Printer opens on September 7 and runs through September 29 and features the printers complete set of master proofs which are being offered for sale. Tredgett and Howell collaborated on print production for a decade. Reception and talk: Sunday, Sept. 11, 2-5 p.m. Opening Reception: Sept. 11th, 2 - 5pm
Claude Howell, Mending Nets: Sunny Day, serigraph
Little Art Gallery and Craft Collection www.littleartgalleryandcraft.com
432 Daniels St. (919) 890 - 4111 Mon - Sat 10 - 6pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
SPLIT PERSONALITIES: Bob Rankin, Rebecca Patman, and Brenon Day. 3 Artists, 6 Styles! Opening Reception & Meet the Artists: Saturday, September 17, 3-5pm. Exhibition features 3 well known Raleigh artists and delves into each artist’s diversity of styles. Show runs thru October.
Opening Reception: Sept. 17th, 3 - 5pm
NC Museum of Natural Sciences 11 West Jones St. Nature Art Gallery (919) 707 - 9800
Mon - Sat 9 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
The Nature Art Gallery presents, “Up Close and Personal, the Beauty of Tiny Insects” artwork by Stan Lewis. Sept. 2nd thru Oct. 2nd. Gallery reception Sat. Sept. 3rd, 2:00-4:00pm at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
Opening Reception: Sept.3rd, 2 - 4pm
Lee Hansley Gallery www.leehansleygallery.com
Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery
719 N. Person St. (919) 838 - 8580 Wed - Fri 10:30 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 5pm
Nicole’s Studio & Art Gallery represents the finest in contemporary realism by recognized local to nationally awarded artists. Please visit our website to view upcoming exhibits and art workshop schedules. Reception: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 8:30pm
Roundabout Art Collective
305 Oberlin Rd. (919) 747 - 9495 Wed - Sat 11 - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm
“Into the Woods.” Botanical realist painter Betty Fetvedt joins woodturners Chris Boerner and Steve Driggers. Betty’s exquisitely detailed paintings of flowers and leaves illustrate the beginning of a natural cycle that ends with the organic textures and classic forms of Chris’ and Steve’s turned pieces. THRU Sept. 30th.
Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 6 - 9pm
Steve Driggers, green vase
The Mahler Fine Art
228 Fayetteville St. (919) 896 - 7503 Wed - Sat 12 - 4pm
Daniel Johnston’s Large Pot Installation and artist talk with Daniel Johnston, September 14th. Johnston’s site-specific conceptual Installation houses 31 large pots in a structure evoking a rural shrine or the shell of a massive kiln. This site specific pottery installation creates an experience of beauty, peace, and reverence. Opening for SPARKcon kick-off. September 14 – October 20, 2016.
art - i - facts Best remembered for his vivid portraits, Houdon was also a versatile sculptor in Rococco style.
210 Princess St. (484) 885 - 3037 Tues - Sat 10 - 6pm
“Full Circle” featuring oil and collage on canvas by Elizabeth Darrow, ceramics by Traudi Thornton, and fine-art photography by Susan Francy continues through Sept 30th, 2016 in Gallery 1. And, “Looking Within” featuring encaustic painting by Helen Lewis continues through Sept 16, 2016 in Gallery 2. Experience original art by extraordinary artists.
Elizabeth Darrow, Adventureland, oil and collage on canvas, 30” x 40”
New Elements Gallery www.newelementsgallery.com
201 Princess St. (910) 343 - 8997 Tues - Sat 11 - 6pm
“Tapestry,” featuring Naomi Malka Litzenblatt and Janet Triplett continues through September 17, 2016. “Carolina Brilliance” featuring painters Catherine Lea and J. Michael Kennedy opens September 23, 2016. Both of these artists wonderfully capture the essence of the Carolinas, from the low-country marshes to the verdant farmlands.
J. Michael Kennedy, Carolina Colors, oil, framed 18” x 23”
art - i - facts For the Romantics, all human endeavor seemed frail and insignificant when set against the overwhelming power of nature. In the Sea of Ice, by Caspar David Friedrich, the sunken mast and timbers of a shipwreck go almost unnoticed, crushed beneath a towering pyramid of splintered ice.
Art in Bloom Gallery www.aibgallery.com
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Ongoing exhibition with works by Joseph Bradley, Mchelle Y Williams, Ruth Hamill, John Townsend, Christina Doelling, Jim Pittman, Charlotte Foust, Ann Balzac Keane, Emma Bell, John Thompson, Debra Howard, and Julie Dunn.
Courtyard Art Gallery
149½ East Bay St. (843) 723 - 9172 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
Join us for the Art Walk Sept. 2, 5-8pm and opening reception, for “Rhythm Explorations” by Yvonne Rousseau. Her abstract paintings create a flow using color and shape, similar to a musician using instruments to tell stories through song. THRU Sept. 30th.
Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 5 - 8pm
Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art
58 Broad St. (843) 722 - 3660 Mon - Sat 10 - 5pm
“New Works by Evgeny & Lydia Baranov” ~ We are pleased to present new works by painting duo Evgeny and Lydia Baranov. Breathtaking European nautical scenes, still-life works, and landscapes display a visionary approach to collaboration in their artwork. THRU Sept. 30th.
1 1/2 Broad St. (843) 722 - 5353 Mon & Sat 10 - 5pm
The Local Scene ~ Vicki Gates says, “I love how the light changes during the day and from season to season on the marshes that surround Charleston.” Serene and calming, she paints the marshes to show others the beauty that her mind’s eyes see. THRU Sept. 30th. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 5 - 8pm
art - i - facts Gianloreno Bernini was at his greatest when combining his skills as a designer, sculptor, and architect as he did in The Cornaro Chapel. The ever persistent self-critic, he considered this masterpiece his “least-bad work”.
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631-8 Promenade Pl. (803) 699 - 8886 Mon - Sat 10 - 8pm; Sun 12 - 5pm
Stop by the gallery to meet our newest artists, Laura Garner, Jeremy Smith and Nathaniel Dent. Local artisans on duty seven days a week to help with your selections.
Laura Garner, Sunset on Lake Murray, oil on canvas
art - i - facts John Falxman was both a draftsman and a sculptor, and one of Englandâ€™s most important Neoclassical artists. As a young man he worked for Josiah Wedgewood and gained an interest in classical pottery.
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Join us for Art Walk, SEP 15, 5-9 pm. See the work of over 60 artists on 3 floors & the Artists Guild of Spartanburg 43rd Annual Juried Show in The Venue @ West Main. Enjoy refreshments & real art. ArtWalk Reception: Sept. 15th, 5 - 9pm
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Second Street Gallery 306 E Jefferson St. (540) 661 - 8977 Mon - Sat 11 - 6pm
“Masters of Contemporary Art”, exhibiting limited edition original prints and exhibition posters. Screenprints, lithography, and etchings by Ellsworth Kelly, Salvador Dali, Georges Braque, Damien Hirst, Roy Lichtenstein, Sam Francis, Haring, Philip Pearlstein, Andy Warhol, Gerald Laing, Joan Miro, and more.
Les Yeux du Monde
841 Wolf Trap Rd. (434) 973 - 5566 Thurs - Sun 1 - 5pm
Picasso, Lydia and Friends, Vol. III will include prints by Pablo Picasso, paintings by the famed Picasso scholar, Lydia Gasman as well as work by “friends” William Bennett, Anne Chesnut, Dean Dass, Sanda Iliescu, David Summers, and Russ Warren. Picasso in Three Dimensions: Gala and Auction: Sept. 24st, 6pm
Nichols Gallery www.frednichols.com
5420 Governor Barbour St. (540) 832 - 3565 Thurs - Sun 11 - 5pm
From the Mountains to the Shore paintings by Virginia artists, including Ron Boehmer, Gray Dodson, Frederick Nichols, and Tom Tartaglino, who study and explore the topographical landscape, from the mountains and canyons of the Blue Ridge, to the beaches and swamps of the tidewater. THRU Sept. 25th.
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Douglas Rieger, September 2 - October 22, 2016. Douglas Rieger’s sculpture studies the tension at play between the mechanical and the biological, both in his choice of materials—be it wood and epoxy, or leather and fiberglass—and in the forms themselves which blend industrial with biomorphic components.
Anne’s Visual Art Studio Gallery
208 West Broad St. (804) 644 - 1368 Wed - Fri 12 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 3pm
Working in acrylic, mostly on panel, local artist and curator of the Poe Museum, Chris Semtner will be featuring “Dead Silence” in our Main Gallery with “Choices II” by Elaine Bankston, figurative pastel drawings on paper about life decisions many of us have to make, and “James River Views” by Susan Hribernik, photography from along the James River, in our First Fridays Gallery. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 7 - 10pm
Art Works Studios & Galleries www.artworksrichmond.com
32 Hull St. (804) 291 - 1400 Tues - Sun 12 - 6pm
Dog Days of Summer. This juried art show spotlights animals portrayed in paintings, drawings, and all art forms. FURS is the benefactor of this exhibit. The James River A View from Legend Brewery. A group of eight local artists capture Richmond’s mighty James River in photography, paintings, and more. THRU Sept. 18th.
1616 West Main St. (804) 358 - 2771 Tues - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 12 - 4pm
This month, we are featuring abstracted landscape paintings by Vicki McMurry and Susan Colwell. These paintings focus on color, light, and texture to depict the mood of a location rather than the location itself. THRU Sept. 30th.
Richmond Reynolds Gallery
1514 Wast Main St. (804) 355 - 6553 Tues - Sat 10 - 5pm
Opening Reception: Sept. 9th, 7 - 9pm
1305 West Main St. (804) 353 - 8343 Wed - Fri 11 - 5pm; Sat 11 - 4pm
“Impressions in Time” features artists Faye Henderson and Julie Northcott. Henderson’s watercolor images of the natural world create feelings of time and space; Northcott highlights texture and color in abstract mixed media. THRU Oct. 29th. Stuart and Charlie White’s “Colorful Whites” exhibit continues. THRU Oct. 1st. Opening Reception: Sept. 2nd, 5 - 9pm
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
The Visual Arts Center of Richmond opens a group exhibition, “Conjurers: Artists Imbuing the Ordinary,” which features the work of Vanessa German, Marcus Kenney, and Shawne Major, on Friday, Sept. 16. A 5:30 p.m. performance piece will be followed by an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibition runs through Dec. 23.
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307B England St. (804) 752 - 3540 Tues - Fri 11 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 4pm; Sun 12 - 4pm
Gallery Flux is pleased to present Splash!, a group show celebrating the beauty of water throughout the land. We invite you to explore the variety of art by 31 artists showcasing a variety of streams, oceans, lakes, and more! THRU October 1st. Reception: Sept. 1st, 5:30 - 8pm
Isca Greenfield-Sanders and James Hyde will feature recent work on canvas in their exhibitions. Combining traditional painting and photographic techniques, they each present a novel perspective on memory, place, and historical art practices. September 9 - October 28, 2016.
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Village Art Circle Cary, North Carolina New works by Jillian Goldberg, Constance Pappalardo and Susan LaMantia Show opens September 30 www.villageartcircle.com
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66 Index Atlanta, GA - 40-42
Alan Avery Art Company Anne Irwin Fine Art Artists’ Atelier of Atlanta Atlanta Artists Center Atlanta Contemp. Art Ctr. Bill Lowe Gallery David Gallery Huff Harrington Fine Art Jackson Fine Art Kai Lin Art Lagerquist Gallery Lumiere Gallery Mus. of Contemp. Art GA O’Karma Gallery Pryor Fine Art Reinike Gallery Sandler Hudson Gallery (The) Signature Shop & Gallery TEW Galleries Thomas Deans Fine Art Watson Gallery Whitespace
Marietta, GA - 42-43
dk Gallery Marietta Cobb Museum of Art Red Door Art Gallery & Studio
Roswell, GA - 43-44 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 Vinings Gallery on Canton
Savannah, GA - n/a Friedman’s Fine Art Gallery 11 Gallery 209 (The) Savannah Gallery (The) Signature Gallery (The) Village Craftsmen
Asheville, NC - 45
Artetude Gallery Asheville Gallery of Art Black Mtn Col. Mus. & Arts Ctr Bender Gallery Blue Spiral I
Calabash, NC - 45 Sunset River Marketplace
Chapel Hill, NC - 46 FRANK Gallery Hanes Art Center UNC Tyndall Galleries
Charlotte, NC - 47-49 allison sprock fine art Anne Neilson Fine Art Charlotte Art League Charlotte Fine Art Gallery Ciel Gallery Cimarron Sky Gallery Elder Gallery Hidell Brooks Gallery LaCa Projects Gallery
Lark & Key Gallery McColl Fine Art Mint Museum Randolph Picture House Gallery Projective Eye Gallery Providence Gallery Shain Gallery SOCO Gallery
Craven Allen Gallery Durham Arts Guild Durham Arts Council Gallery Golden Belt Artist Studios Pleiades Gallery Through This Lens
(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
Hillsborough, NC - 52
Columbia, SC - 60
Coastal, NC - 50 Mike Basher Gallery Carolina Artist Gallery
Durham, NC - 51
Eno Gallery Hillsborough Arts Coun. Gallery Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
New Bern, NC - 52 Fine Art at Baxters
Raleigh, NC - 53-56
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 - 57 Art in Bloom Gallery New Elements Gallery
Winston, NC -n/a Artworks Gallery
Beaufort, SC - n/a
Atelier on Bay Beaufort Art Association Charles Street Gallery Elena Madden Studio Greenfish Gallery I. Pinckney Simons Gallery Indigo Gallery Rhett Gallery Inc. Salt Gallery Thibault Gallery USC Ctr for the Arts
Bluffton, SC - n/a
Pluff Mudd Gallery Society of Bluffton Artists
Charleston, SC - 58-59 Anglin Smith Fine Art Atrium Art Gallery
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 - 61 West Main Artists Co-op
C’ville, VA - 61
BozART, Fine Art Collective Chroma Projects Graves International Art Les Yeux du Monde Nichols Gallery
Richmond, VA - 62-63 1708 Gallery ada Gallery Anne’s Visual Arts Studio 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 - 9 Art Works 7 Beverly Kies 20 BINDERS Art Supplies & Frames - 8 Centerfest Arts Festival 4 Craven Allen Gallery 32 Don Mertz 30 Downing Fine Woodworking - 21 Elinor Bowman 64 Eric Serritella 17 Festifall 5 Fine Art at Baxters 7 FRANK Gallery 9 Hillsborough Gallery of Arts 8 Henderson Co. Open Studio - 20 Janet Green Jacobson 21 Kathleen Weir-West 20 Lee Hansley Gallery 30 Lori White 64 Marsha Chandler 16 Mary Mason 20 Michael McChesney 17 Picture House Gallery 68 Pleiades Gallery 31 Southern Arts Society 3 Sunset River Marketplace - 6 Teresa Jones 7 The Mahler Fine Art 32 Three Sisters Fiber & Clay 20 Through This Lens 31 Todd Baxter 64 Tri-State Sculpture Conf.6 Veronika Hart 21 Vicki Rees 65 Village Art Circle 64 Vinings Gallery 2 West Main Artists Coop 8
when where Atlanta, GA, pg 40-42 Saturday, September 10th Bill Lowe Gallery, 1-5pm
Friday, September 16th
Alan Avery Art Company, 7-10pm Anne Irwin Fine Art, 6-8:30pm
Saturday, September 17th
Wednesday, September 7th
Saturday, September 3rd
Thursday, September 8th
Sunday, September 11th
Saturday, September 10th
Saturday, September 17th
SOCO Gallery, 6-8pm
LaCa Projects, 6-8pm
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 5-8pm SOCO Gallery, 10:30am
Artists Atelier Gallery, 12-4pm Reinike Gallery, 11-4pm
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Marietta, GA, pg 42-43
Coastal, NC, pg 50
Friday, September 2nd
Saturday, September 17th
dk Gallery, 5-9pm Red Door Art Gallery, 5-9pm
Roswell, GA, pg 43-44 Friday, September 2nd
Charlotte Fine Art Gallery, 7-8:30pm
Carolina Artist Gallery, 5pm
Durham, NC, pg 51 Friday, September 16th
Synergy Fine Art Gallery, 6-9pm
Pleiades Gallery, 6-9pm Through This Lens, 6-9pm
Sunday, September 4th
Saturday, September 17th
Friday, September 16th
Sunday, September 18th
Synergy Fine Art Gallery, 1-3pm
Vinings Gallery on Canton, 6-9pm
Saturday, September 17th
Centerfest Arts Festival, 10-6pm
Nature Art Gallery, 2-4pm
Lee Hansley Gallery, 2-5pm
Little Art Gallery, 3-5pm
Thursday, September 22nd ArtSource Fine Art Gallery, 6-8pm
Winston-Salem, NC Sunday, September 11th Artworks Gallery, 2-4pm
Charleston, SC, pg 58-59 Friday, September 2nd
Courtyard Gallery, 5-8pm Ellis-Nicholson Gallery, 5-8pm
Spartanburg, SC, pg 61 Thursday, September 15th West Main Artist’s Co-op, 5-9pm
Centerfest Arts Festival, 11-5pm
Vinings G. on Canton, 1-4, 6-9pm
Sunday, September 18th
September 17th & 18th
Vinings Gallery on Canton, 1-4pm
Hendersonville Studios Tour, 10-5pm
Chapel Hill, NC, pg 46
Hillsborough, NC, pg 52
Friday, September 9th
Friday, September 30th
C’ville, VA, pg 61 Saturday, September 24th Les Yeux du Monde, 6pm
Richmond, VA, pg 62-63 Thursday, September 1st Gallery Flux, 5:30-8pm
FRANK Gallery, 6-9pm
Hillsborough Gallery of Arts, 6-9pm
Thursday, September 15th
New Bern, NC, pg 52
Anne’s Visual Arts Studio, 6:30-10pm Uptown Gallery, 5-9pm
Friday, September 9th
Friday, September 9th
FRANK Gallery, 6pm
Saturday, September 17th Tyndall Galleries, 7-9pm
Charlotte, NC, pg 47-49 Friday, September 2nd
Charlotte Art League Gallery, 6-9pm Ciel Gallery, 6-9pm Elder Gallery, 5-8pm Lark & Key Gallery, 6-8pm
Fine Art at Baxters, 5-8pm
Raleigh, NC, pg 53-56
Friday, September 2nd
Reynolds Gallery, 7-9pm
Friday, September 16th Visual Arts Center, 5:30-8pm
Friday, September 2nd
311 Gallery, 6-9pm Local Color Gallery, 6-9:30pm Nicole’s Studio & Gallery, 6-8:30pm Roundabout Art Collective, 6-9pm
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