Arts Council of Moore County 20/21 Program Guide ~ Jan. - Mar. Issue

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JOY MCGUGAN exhibiting at Campbell House in January, 2021

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Welcome to YOUR Arts Council Thank you for your interest in the fourth edition of our program guide. We created this guide to share information about upcoming exhibits, opportunities for children, and high caliber artists. Our hope is that your curiosity is rewarded as you learn about our work throughout Moore County – thanks to our advertisers and patrons like you. Founded in 1973, the Arts Council of Moore County is a nonprofit, charitable organization whose mission is to inspire and strengthen our community through the arts. Our offerings are reflective of our rich diversity, facilitating affordable access to the arts. Our galleries and offices are at Campbell House, located in a picturesque 14-acre park at 482 East Connecticut Avenue in Southern Pines. For more than 100 years, Campbell House has been a beacon of culture, enhancing and influencing civic life. Once a part of the Weymouth estate, Campbell House is among our region’s most significant landmarks, listed on the National Register for Historic Places. In addition to the Arts Council, the manor is also home to the Boy Scouts of America, Southern Pines Garden Club, and Southern Pines Recreation and Parks Department.

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The Arts Council hosts hundreds of artists annually, showcasing local, regional and national artists working in various media. Artwork changes frequently, making every gallery visit fresh and new, and a great place to find the perfect gift. We serve over 15,000 children each year through our youth programs in every public, private, charter, and home school. Programs encompass visual and performing arts, scholarships to children pursuing their creative talents, and a new partnership with ArtistYear, the first national AmeriCorps program for artists dedicating themselves to a year of service to our country. Other programs include a chamber music series and premier jazz gala featuring world-class musicians, Artours to destinations of cultural interest, Autumnfest in partnership with the Town of Southern Pines, and support for local arts organizations with grants, ticket sales, and publicity. This is YOUR Arts Council and we invite you to help sustain our work by becoming a member today. Joining is easy. Just visit to learn more. Your support makes this a strong and beautiful community – resilient with the arts at its core.

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Celebrating 25 years at the 2021 Young People’s Fine Arts Festival

Art through the Eyes of a Child Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” For the past 25 years, parents have enjoyed reconnecting with their creative side by joining their children at Moore County’s largest student art exhibit, the Young People’s Fine Arts Festival, presented by the Arts Council.

Sea Turtle – Painting by Summer Brady 8th Grade at Highfalls Elementary in 2019

It all started in 1995 when Cheryl Stuckey, now a retired Moore County art teacher, approached Chris Dunn, the Arts Council’s assistant director at the time, with the vision of featuring her student’s work in a “real art gallery.” This led to our first festival in May, 1996.

From the beginning, the exhibit was a huge success, with over 200 art submissions and more than 300 people flocking to the opening reception. “We were a little overwhelmed by the response,” says Dunn, “but we were proud to showcase the students’ art to the community. It is my favorite exhibit every year.” There were lessons learned in the first few years, such as: • May is a busy time at end of the school year, so the festival was moved to March, coinciding with “Art in Schools” month • Never serve children food at a reception that requires lots of condiments and sauces According to ACMC youth program director, Kate Curtin, the Young People’s Fine Arts Festival now features the best artwork by over 300 students from Moore County’s public, private, charter and home schools. The festival is also our best attended annual exhibit, attracting over 1,000 people to the gallery throughout the month. With the help of a judge, middle and high school students compete for cash awards in the following categories: Drawing, Painting, Digital Art & Photography, Mixed Media, 3D, & Printmaking. To help supplement the schools’ art budget, cash is awarded to the elementary, middle and high schools that submit the best grouping of artwork. While COVID-19 will likely prevent our typical opening reception, don’t miss the 2021 Young People’s Fine Arts Festival on view March 5–26, weekdays (9a-5p), and Saturday, March 20 (2-4p) at Campbell House. The exhibit is free and open to the public, and CDC and state guidelines will be followed (face masks and physical distancing required in the gallery). “We hope everyone will come on out and view the incredible youth talent we have here in Moore County,” says Curtin. Learn more at


Venus & Mars after Botticelli, 1485 Painting by Hannah Sorensen 11th Grade at Pinecrest High in 2018




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MICKEY WALKER Administrative Assistant

Since 2015, Mickey has made a huge impact as our administrative assistant. Three days a week, she is the smiling face you see when you enter the Campbell House. She also coordinates our Grassroots Arts Program, which distributes grants for projects throughout Moore County. Her most extensive work experience is in banking, and as a giving person she has volunteered for such groups as United Way, Special Olympics and the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY. To learn more about Mickey, we asked her several questions about herself... Where were you born? Syracuse, NY Where have you lived? I’ve lived in Syracuse, NY; Washington, DC; Indianapolis, IN; Manlius, NY; and now Southern Pines, NC. At what age did you become an adult? After college when I lived in DC for a year with my sister. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I would love to learn to play the piano. What is your favorite indoor/outdoor activity? My favorite indoor activity is reading or art activities with grandchildren; my favorite outdoor activity is walking. What is your favorite or most inspirational place in Moore County? My favorite place in Moore County, other than the Campbell House, is the Country Bookshop. What a treasure. What is your favorite thing about working at the Arts Council? The wonderful people I work with; the art I get to enjoy daily; meeting the amazing artists and all the interesting members and nonmembers who visit every day. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? Enjoy every precious moment with your children because they will grow up before you know it. Thank you, Mickey, for making the Arts Council a great community asset!

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Three Women: Many Visions Featuring Joy McGugan, Sandy Stratil & Martha Tournas January 8-29, 2021 | Campbell House Galleries

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The subject matter may not be immediately apparent, them together for an exhibit is a joy to celebrate. Such but it involves feelings, memories and stories about creative sparks result in a wonderful feast for the eyes her life. and pep talk for the soul – something we need more Martha Tournas’ watercolors present her vision than ever. of nature’s glory in a During these days of representational style. COVID-19, the Arts Council Subjects are delicately will demonstrate the uplifting rendered with the beauty of powers of art in an exhibition detail in color and line, titled Three Women: Many offering the viewer paintings Visions, featuring works by that enrich and stimulate the Joy McGugan, Sandy Stratil imagination and emotions. and Martha Tournas, on view Thanks to the generous at Campbell House Galleries sponsorship from John and from January 8-29. Catherine Earp, Three Women: A virtual opening for the Many Visions will be free and exhibit will be held live on open to the public weekdays Friday, January 8 at 3:00 p.m. from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Watercolor by Martha Tournas at and Saturday, January 16 This event will include interviews with the three from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. COVID-19 precautions are in artists by Chris Dunn, Arts Council director. effect, including face masks required and physical Joy McGugan is an artist and arts educator from distancing. Campbell House is located at 482 E. Lumberton, NC, who considers herself primarily a Connecticut Ave. in Southern Pines. painter who also dabbles in drawing (oil pastels and graphite) and photography. Much of her subject matter is sentimental: a friend, family member, familiar object, or something from the natural world. Pinehurst artist, Sandy Stratil, works in a series Learn more at with all the paintings being about an idea or concept.

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SANDY STRATIL Sandy Stratil lives in Whispering Pines, NC and will exhibit her art at Campbell House Galleries from January 8-29, 2021, along with artists, Joy McGugan and Martha Tournas. Where were you born? Covington, Kentucky When were you introduced to art? I have drawn as long as I can remember. I studied art and English at Morehead State University in KY. Who or what are your artistic influences? When I started taking workshops at Springmaid Watermedia in Myrtle Beach, my art really began to move forward. Katherine Chang Liu, Alex Powers and Carrie Brown are just three of the artists I studied with there. “Message Quartet I” 12” x 16” Mixed Media Collage

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What themes are present in your artwork? I work in series now. All the paintings in a series are about an idea or concept that interests me…for example: “Messages.” My latest series is called “Communication in Chaotic Times.” Since most of my work these days is abstract, the subject matter may not be immediately apparent, but it involves feelings, memories and stories about my life. I use symbols, some of which are obvious and others more arcane. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? To work in series.

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Joy McGugan lives in Lumberton, NC and will exhibit her art at Campbell House Galleries from January 8-29, 2021, along with artists, Sandy Stratil and Martha Tournas. Where were you born? Lexington, North Carolina When were you introduced to art? In kindergarten, I remember not liking the yellow crayons because they didn’t show up on the newsprint paper we used. Later, in elementary & Jr. High school, I was lucky to receive lessons from Anita Jones Stanton.

“Melissa’a European Trip”” 18” x 24” Oil Pastel on Paper

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Who or what are your artistic influences? My father, W.J. (Jep) Atkinson, was a businessman in Richmond County, but he was also an artist at heart. He always encouraged me while I was growing up, and even weeks before he passed away he asked about my current projects. Other influences include Alice Neel (“painter of souls”), Wayne Thiebaud (not the cakes & pastries but their shadows), & Peter Doig (trees that were wiped out in a painting showed an amazing new way of looking at technique). What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? Toot my own horn! What is your most memorable response to your art? I taught high school art for years. Usually a week or so after the first days of school, I would get the opportunity to demonstrate a lesson. It was always amazing to see the look in their eyes as they realized, “that old teacher walks the walk and talks the talk!” What is your favorite place in Moore County? Weymouth Woods, because it is so serene and peaceful among the pines.

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195 New American Cuisine Iris & Jim Angle John & Mary-Scott Arnold Phyllis & Alton Arnold Robert & Jane Asdal Ed & Kim Auman Mae Charles Barnes Elizabeth Beck Mr. & Mrs. Ernest S. Bessette Jr. Larry & Betsy Best Cynthia Birdsall Patricia Black Brenda & Bob Blackwell Glenn N. Bower Carolyn Brady Evie Brassie Leona & Mike Brittingham David & Marin Brooks Robert & Monika Brown Carla & Alan Butler Charlotte Cable Linda & Rob Caldwell Mitch & Patricia Capel Dr. & Mrs. Edward Carey Judy C. Casey Jane Casnellie Pinkie Castanien Eric & Linda Christenson William & Trish Christina Dr. Annette Christy Catherine Church Dr. Jim & Pat Cole Liz Whitmore & Rex Connor Charlie & Terry Cook Kelly & Cyleste Coppage Scott & Patricia Corbett Patrick & Judy Corso Eugene Cottrell Charlie & Nancy Cunningham Joe & Nancy Currie Holly & Robert Daane Bonnie Davis Maria D. DiStefano Alioto Robert & Patricia Donaldson Sandy & Jeff Donovan Ann Doster Eleanore Dreher Linda Drott Martha Dunnagan Barbara Dvorozniak Louis C. & Cindy Edgar Drs Nancy & John Ellis Mary & Bill Elsesser Robert & Mary Fitch Hartley C. Fitts Flowland Counter-Culture Outlet Lori Foringer Mark & Louise Futrell Bonita Gilbertson Michelle & Manilo Goetzl Carmen Gordon Mary Griffith Bobbie Jo Grissinger Pat & Clark Groseth Robert McCall & Pamela Guest Joseph & Sharon Hakas Bertram Hall Jim & Mary Ann Halstead Lynn & Mike Hancock Thomas Hart Nancy Heilman Betty Hendrix Floyd & Courtney Herndon Rob & Carie Hill Paula V. Hill Joan M. Hodges George Hoffman Hollyfield Design Anne Louise Howell Susan I. Jaehne Jim & Brenda Jamison Rick & Cinnamon LeBlanc Johnson Melva & William C. Johnston Judith Kelley Warner W. Kent Tina Kerr-Stover Joanne & Kirby Kilpatrick Dr. Robert G. & Helen Kroll

Matt & Betty Kuhn Michael & Susan La Graff Steve & Rebecca Lapping Leigh Lassiter Landseer Properties/Becca Leen Anne Lucey Jan & Marjorie Ludwig Ruth Mazeau Ludwig Kenneth & Holly MacDonald Main Street Designs Allyson & Christopher Markotich Floreen Maroncelli Susan B. & Michael Mauney Rod & Cynthia McIver Kim McMann Stuart & Helen Probst Mills Jon & Jan Minoff Doris G. Moon Earl & Suzy Morgan Sharon Murphy Marion Nash John L. Naylor Jr. Harry & Marilyn Neely Helen Neill Deirdre Newton Virginia & Philip Notestine Linda Nunez John & Elizabeth Oettinger Thomas & Kathleen Oleson Rodolfo S. Ongjoco Jr. Art & Ann Parker Kathy Petz Milton Pilson Robert & Laura Auman Pitts Larry & Jane Postlethwaite Christine Pritchard Chuck & Janet Pruitt Craig & Beth Pryor Gail Puleo Frank & Missy Quis R. Riveter Joyce Reehling REMAX of the Pines/Pinky Doyle Mary D. Rhodes Patricia Rudovsky Natasha Corday & Henry Russell Robbie Salisbury Charlene Sazama Felice A. Schillaci Jean K. Schmidt Andrea & Dale Schmidt Jeanette “Jan” Schnell David Secrist Lisa Richman & Dean Segovis David W. & Linda Seiberling Sam & Diana Self Bill & Anne Shore Bruce Shute Karen & Gerald Sienicki Morgan Sills Debra & Bill Smith Walter C. Snyder Sarita Stevens Janice P. Stewart Elizabeth & Bill Strickland Marjorie J. Sullivan Pamela M. Swarbrick Anthea T. Tate Edward T. Taws Jr. Fay & Bill Terry Patricia Thomas Mr & Mrs Stafford E. Thornton Martha & George Tournas Paul Hammock & Sandy Tremblay Stuart & Tallie Tuffnell Geraldine Turk Barbara Vainio Carolyn Vaughn Claudia Vecchio Richard & Donna Verrilli John & Allison Watson Paula Weiss Mary Ann Welsch Bill & Janet Wheaton Ruth G. Wheliss Cindy & Howard Williams Surratt Williams Jim & Michele Williford

$101 – $250 continued Neal & Judy Yocom David & Mary Helen Young

$100 & under

Christine Abbott Aberdeen Exterminating John Ackerman Sally W. Adams Aegis Home Care Aging Outreach Services Anne & Richard Agnew David & Rebecca Ainslie Binky Albright Loretta Aldridge Dr. John Alexander Ross Allen Carolyn Alli Annice Alt Sam & Patty Amato Margaret Andersen Patrice Andrews Rich & Linda Angstreich Lori Arthur Artistic Kitchens Artists League of the Sandhills Sheila Atherholt Donald & Judy Auch Audiology of the Sandhills AutoWerks Leslie Bailey Barbara Bailey Roger & Betsy Baldelli Larry & Jane Barnett Ken & Eleanor Batchelder Larry & Candy Baucom Thomas Beddow Maureen & Larry Behning Timothy & Rebecca Beittel Kathleen Bergquist Sharon Berkshire Lesley Berkshire Bradley Sally E Berry Adair Beutel Terri Birkhauser Beverly Bizzell Joan Blair JoAnn Blair-Adams Betsey B. Blake Peter & Elizabeth Blick Janice & Greg Blower Molly Boggis Donna Borowick Josephine Borthwick Lucinda R. Boyd Katherine & Bryant Bozarth Vicki Bradley Joyce & Robert Bramwell Annie Brechtelsbauer Scott & Sonja Brewton Bobbie Britt Rod Brower Joan Bruno Jacqueline Bryan Dr. Barry & June Buchele Rebecca Flowers & John Bullock Randy & Cyndie Burnett Nona M. Burrell Martha & Franklin Butler Claire & Sean Butler Amy Butters Jennifer Butters Darroll & Adele Buytenhuys Cecile Callis Anne & Bill Callison Nancy Campbell Terry R. Canter Jeanine Carfagna Robert Carpenter Dawson & Bertha Carr Michael & Jan Carter Mary Lynn Carubba Deborah & David Castle John & Janee Cates Nila Chamberlain Richard & Pidgie Chapman Chapman’s Food & Spirits Charles Schwab Barbara M. Chope Davis & Kim Clark Jeff & Sue Clark Mary Ann & Ward Clark Maureen Clark Donna Clemens Ruffles & Bill Clement Felicia E. Close

Nancy & Allen Coburn Lucinda Cole Companion Animal Clinic Fdn. Carol Conover Rich & Sara Conti Anne Cook Sara Copeland Robert Costello The Country Bookshop Linda Covington Dr. Valerie Cox Patricia Cox Anne Crabbe Peggy & Dudley Crawford Crossroads Ford Lincoln Kate Curtin Melody Curtis Chris Dalton Carol Damone Albert & Annette Daniels Yvonne Daniels Gisela Danielson Jerry & Mitzi Dare Amy Kinlaw & Scottie Davis Ken & Maureen Deceuster Marie Dee Charles & Laurie Deleot Mary Dembosky Robert Slagel & Sharon Demmon Martha L. Derleth Martha DeVault Dorian Devins Susan deYoung Betty M. DiBartolomeo Myron & Barbara Dice Ann Dixon Elizabeth A. Donaldson Bob & Bonnie Dougherty James & Pamela Dougherty Beth G. Dowd Janet Dozois Mary Frances Drake Nicholas & Margo Drakos Patricia S. Dube JoAnn Duncan Chris & Rebecca Dunn Linda & Stuart Dunn Paul Dunn Reitz Fan & Blower Harriet B. Ecker Ben & Caroline Eddy Nina Edmonson Elliotts On Linden Margaret P. Elliott Elise & Bill Ellis Mary P. Enroth Episcopal Day School Sandra H. Eriksson Kathy & Gary Evans Bucky & Jan Evans Katherine Ewing Jack & Doris Fairfield Virginia Fallon Georgene Fayssoux Dr. & Mrs. Homer Ferguson John L. Fetzer First Bank FirstHealth Foundation Sharon Fitzgerald Rich & Diane Flanegan Les & Jill Fleisher Thomas & Constance Fletcher Scott & Cathy Fletcher Pat F. Flint Holly W. Floyd Mary Fogarty Lynn Fonseca Fore Properties Louis G. Foye Bess J Fulcher Gordon Fung David & Jennifer Furie Susan W Gaines Lauralee & Peter Gebhard Russell & Mavis Gentry Jane George Kathy George John & Marilyn Gerney Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gesswein Sybil Gibbons Tess Gillespie Nickolas Christopher & Bonnie Gillman Agnes Gioconda Janice Goldblum Lynn Goldhammer Brandon & Molly Goodman


Stephanie Gorman Don & Kay Goulet Carol Gradwohl Adriane Gram Sharon Granito Joy Grant Mary Ann Greene Dorothy Greenwood Linda K. L. Gregory Jean Griffies Dr. Soledad Griffin Yolande D. Griffin Mary Ann Habets Tish & Steve Hagler Melissa Hall Mandy Hambel Bill & Linda Hamel Katie Rose Hand Robert & Marjeanne Harling Don & Jane Harnum Sharon Harrell Gloria Hartley Sandra Hastings John & Carolyn Hatcher Patrice Haynes Jim & Irina Heisey Christine Herbes-Sommers Johanna Herring Joseph Hill Marjorie R Hilton Candace Hitchcock Robert & Monica Hodges Thomas Holleman Lois Holt HomeChoice Network Honeycutt Jewelers Geneva Howard Lynn Thompson & Bob Howell W. Calvin Howell William & Linda Hrabowecky Cleta Hubbard Sandy & Harry Huberth Marilee & Ken Huntley Betty Hurst Ikuko Hussey Susan H. Huston Annette Martin & Carole Huston Integrated Ecological Design Alison Ives Teresa Jackson Nancy C. Jacobs Ralph & Vivian Jacobson Phyllis & Stuart James Dr. Barbara E. James Arlyle C. Jannuzzo Jay-Kar Contracting Arlene Jenkins John Gessner Photography Johnny O’s Awards Dickey Jones Lindsay Jones Lynne M. Jones Thai Orchid Judson Theatre Company Robert & Mary Kadarauch Nancy Kaeser Marcey Katzman M J & Tom Keane Barbara Keating Tom & Nancy Kees Skip & Sally Kendrick Thomas & Valerie Kessinger Elizabeth Kimsey The King’s Custom Framing Floyd & Nancy Kinlaw LuAnn Kinney Sandra Kinnunen John & Marie Claire Kinyon Jennifer Kirby Laureen Kirk Ray & Martha Lou Kirkland Scott Kittrell Irene M. Knox Robert Koechlin Trudy Koeze David M. Korb Jerry & Jan Kozel Dr. John & Anne Krahnert Cookie Kremer Chris & Susan Kushay Sheridan La Forge Lisa Laidlaw Michael Lamb Marilyn Lamon Wilma Laney Ann Langford

Stephen Later Mark Epstein & Julia Latham Christian & Sharon Lavedan Marjorie Lavoie Sharon Lawson Beverly G. Lawson Alexis Lawson Ronald Layne Janet Lehman Kathleen Leuck Patricia Lewin Janis & Bernard Loehr Linn Van Meter & Robert Long Lori Lorion John & Terry Lowry Janet Lowry Leslie Lucey Sean Lutke John & Doris Lynn Marian C. Maag Lawrence & Christine MacBean Betsey MacDonald Wendy & Mike Malone Jane Maloy Rebecca Maness Kim Marlin Dorothy & Maurice Martin Mike & Susan Mason Marian Massie Mr. & Mrs William F. Matthews, Jr. Thomas Mattocks Bill & Donna May John May Jane Maynard Pat McBride Gleisner Diane McCall Mack & Sue McClain Richard & Maryann McCrary Denis C. McCullough Rob McCullough Elizabeth McDavid Bill & Catherine McDermott Patrick & Donnalee McDonald Lynn & Buck McGugan Joy A. McGugan Addison McLamb Pat McMahon McNeill Oil & Propane Linda B. McNeill Jane H. McPhaul Robert & Linda McVay Joan Meade Steadman Meares Mary Meier Ronni & Morton Meltzer Belize Menzies Charles & Diana Meyer Katie Mielens Peggy Miller Kathleen Miller Cathy Milligan Elfie Alexander & Michael Minns Bonnie Mirmak Ulrike Misegades Lisa Mitchell John & Evelyn Monroe Kamron & Clement Monroe Elaine Moody Lynne Moore Dian Moore Moore County Airport Moore Co. Chamber of Commerce Raymond & Tammy Morris Mary Jo Morris Dr. & Mrs. H.M. Morrison Jr. Mosquito Authority Moubry Family Dentistry Craig & Marianne Moulton Dolores Muller Murphy’s Music Service Nancy Mustin Jane Nehlsen Jackie Garris & Nelson Neil Network for Good Bill & Linda Newman Sandra & Sidney Newman Susan Greatorex & Paul Newnam Nancy O’Connell Chuck & Penny O’Donnell Betty & Con O’Mahoney Mary & John O’Malley Jim Obi Walker & Judy Oldham One of a Kind Gallery

$100 & under continued

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