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Author archive: Gallery

Gerry Lynch, Pat Scull: New Work

Gerry Lynch, Pat Scull: New Work

Two-Person Show Features Two Friends Pat Scull of Chapel Hill and Gerry Lynch of Apex have known one another for 22 years.  They share an aesthetic for abstraction; however, their works take diverse tracks.  Lynch’s work is more gestural while Scull’s abstractions rely on shape and form  

Celebrated North Carolina Fiber Artist Dies

Celebrated North Carolina Fiber Artist Dies

Silvia Heyden   DURHAM – Fiber artist Silvia Heyden, a native of Switzerland who spent most of her life in Durham, died here Monday afternoon.  She was 88 and died from complications resulting from a recent heart surgery. “Silvia Heyden was the leading fiber artist in North Carolina and one of the most important tapestry…

Herb Jackson: Paintings

Herb Jackson: Paintings

Herb Jackson   Herb Jackson is one of North Carolina’s most celebrated and collected artists.  He is a Raleigh native and graduate of Davidson College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he earned his MFA.  He taught studio art at Davidson for 42 years prior to his retirement to paint full time.  His…

Curator’s Choice

Curator’s Choice

Curator’s Choice is an exhibition of a variety of works from the gallery inventory. In selecting the works to be shown, care was taken to insure a balance in the quality of art. It is our belief that any work purchased from this exhibition would enhance any public or private collection. The exhibition includes works…

Claude Howell Exhibition

Claude Howell Exhibition

Claude Howell’s View, Marking the Centennial of His Birth Claude Flynn Howell, known as simply Claude in North Carolina art circles, was born in 1915 in the Carolina Apartments on Market Street in downtown Wilmington, and he died in the bed he was born in in the same apartment building in 1997. Claude was and…

Ted Potter Exhibition at Betty Ray McCain Gallery in Performing Arts Center

Ted Potter Exhibition at Betty Ray McCain Gallery in Performing Arts Center

Ted Potter Behind the Ropes   Ted Potter is most identified with the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem where he was director from 1967-1991. During Potter’s tenure there the center blossomed from a small public gallery in cramped quarters in a Colonial house in Old Salem to a major regional art center….

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