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Category archive: Exhibitions

Gerry Lynch: New Paintings and Assemblages

Gerry Lynch: New Paintings and Assemblages

This exhibition of new works by Gerry Lynch marks the occasion of her 80th birthday and 50 years of active art making. The exhibition consists of 11 works incorporating metal and lead, 9 spontaneous drawings and 8 paintings, 3 of which are homages to her late artist son Billy Lynch. The exhibition will be on…

John Beerman and Conrad Weiser

John Beerman and Conrad Weiser

The current exhibition features the works of two artists from Durham.  John Beerman Paintings features 34 oil paintings, some on paper and some on canvas that depict scenes from North Carolina, Texas, and upstate New York. Beerman, who has developed a national reputation for his atmospheric paintings is perhaps best known for “Three Trees, Two…

Howard Murry Rediscovered

Howard Murry Rediscovered

Howard Murry Rediscovered, an exhibition of the self-taught watercolorist who lived in Valle Crucis in Wautauga County. His paintings of the area around Valle Crucis and Edisto Island in South Carolina comprise this exhibition, the first show of his work is 24 years. During his lifetime (1891-1968) he exhibited his work at the Mint Museum…

My Favorite Things

My Favorite Things

11 December 2016 thru 4 February 2017 This exhibition, the second in our new space at Dock 1053, features works that are among the gallery owner’s favorites.  Works by 26 artists, many of whom are North Carolinians, comprise the exhibition.  Some works are freshly painted and other are historical in nature.  This exhibition replaces the…

Melissa Brown Paintings

Melissa Brown Paintings

We have opened our new gallery at Dock 1053 on Whitaker Mill Road with the work of the late artist Melissa Brown. Melissa was a Raleigh native who studied at Dartmouth College and at the San Francisco Art Institute. She died after a battle with breast cancer at the age of 30 in 2001. The…

Claude Howell, Master Painter – Carson Tredgett, Master Printer

Claude Howell, Master Painter – Carson Tredgett, Master Printer

Below are the ten featured serigraphs from our ongoing exhibition of Claude Howell and Carson Tredgett. This will be the last show we will be having at our Glenwood Avenue location. The shows runs through September 29, 2016. Also included in the exhibition but not shown on this post, are two original paintings by Claude…

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,…

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…

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. …

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