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New Location for Gallery

New Location for Gallery

RALEIGH — Long established as a downtown fixture, Lee Hansley Gallery announced today plans to move to a warehouse complex on Whitaker Mill Road on the fringe of downtown. The gallery, which has been in operation for nearly 25 years, opened in the Capital Club Building and moved to 225 Glenwood Ave. 17 years ago. …

Ceramics Sale

Ceramics Sale

Ceramics Sale Card In preparation for our pending move from Glenwood South, we are offering our entire collection of ceramics and glass at 20 percent off. Take advantage of this one-time offer to expand your collection of ceramics and glass… Our unprecedented sale of paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture continues also. The sale will last…

Moving Art Sale

Moving Art Sale

After 16 years in the heart of Glenwood South, Lee Hansley Gallery is moving.  To reduce our inventory in preparation for the move, we are conducting an unprecedented sale of art.  The galleries have been transformed into an art marketplace.  Works will be arranged by scale and by artists for easy viewing.  Over 1,000 paintings,…

Robert Barnard Reception

Robert Barnard Reception

The reception held to celebrate the work of the late Robert Barnard (1922-2010),  a former professor of art at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, took place Thursday, February 4 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Betty Ray McCain gallery at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.  Despite the rain,…

Robert Barnard at Betty Ray McCain Gallery

Robert Barnard at Betty Ray McCain Gallery

Robert Barnard Paintings Showcased at McCain Gallery An exhibition of paintings by the late Chapel Hill artist Robert Barnard is now at the Betty Ray McCain Gallery at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh. A reception for the show, organized by Lee Hansley Gallery, is planned for Feb. 4 from…

George Bireline Revisited

George Bireline Revisited

This exhibition of 31 paintings by Raleigh’s most celebrated artist consists of works from the various stages of the artist’s oeuvre.  There are prime examples of Bireline’s color field, narrative, trompe l’oeil, abstract expressionist,  and purely abstract paintings.  Works by George Bireline are in the collections of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the…

Ben Berns: Landscapes Opens at Performing Arts Center

Ben Berns:  Landscapes Opens at Performing Arts Center

Ben Berns:  Landscapes exhibition opened at the Betty Ray McCain Gallery at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. Exhibition runs through January 3, 2016. Precision drawings and paintings of rural landscapes in North Carolina, Montana and Wyoming comprise this exhibition.  The drawings and paintings are by Ben Berns (1936-2007), the Dutch born artist…

EC Langford (1916-2000): Modernist Painter and Sculptor

EC Langford (1916-2000):  Modernist Painter and Sculptor

EC Langford, a native of Pleasant Hill, Va., was a lifelong resident of Roanoke Rapids.  He studied art at the Ringling School of Art in Florida and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  He was greatly influenced by sculptor, Robert Howard, and painter, Kenneth Ness, founder of the UNC Department of Art. …

Luke Buchanan: Paintings

Luke Buchanan: Paintings

Luke Buchanan: Paintings is an exhibition of the Raleigh artist’s latest work which includes a new series of paintings based on urban intersections from an aerial perspective.  The show of twenty paintings also includes works in his signature mixed media collage style employing imagery from neglected cityscapes.        

McDonald Bane: 2 Parts Art, 1 Part Science

McDonald Bane: 2 Parts Art, 1 Part Science

McDonald Bane, ETA 60-91, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inCourtesy of Lee Hansley Gallery The art of Lee Hansley Gallery artist McDonald Bane is now on exhibit in a solo exhibition at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The show is entitled “Two Parts Art, One Part Science,” which…

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