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Category archive: Exhibitions

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…

One Hundred under 1000

Leary Lunar Tree

Please come and celebrate our 17th year of One Hundred under 1000. The show opens on Sunday the 30th of November and closes on January 10th. The reception for the artists is from 2-5pm on Sunday November 30th.  Artists in the show include: Valerie & Rick Beck Ian Cage Catharine Carter Fong Choo Elizabeth Darrow Adam…

Anne Wall Thomas 86th Birthday Invitation

You are invited to celebrate the 86th birthday of Anne Wall Thomas and mark the closing of her 69-year retrospective exhibition at Lee Hansley Gallery on Saturday, November 22, from 2 until 5pm. You can view details of the exhibition and the artwork on display here.

Anne Wall Thomas Retrospective 1945 – 2014, 19th October thru 22nd November

Anne Wall Thomas, Yellow Sea, 2014 gouache 15 x 10

Anne Wall Thomas Retrospective 1945-2014 19 October thru 22 November 2014 Artist’s Reception:  19 October 2-5 p.m. Anne Wall Thomas, a native of Anson County, has been involved in art making from an early age.  She earned her undergraduate degree and her MFA at Woman’s College, now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  She…

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….

September 4th thru October 15 2014 – Janis Goodman: New Beginnings

Janis Goodman, who teaches art at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., has amassed a new body of work based on her familiar theme of observing nature. Most of the paintings in this new series deal with movement–of water, insects and birds. “She has developed a vocabulary of discrete calligraphic lines as shorthand…

Relief Sculpture for the Wall, Jan Chenoweth, Roger Halligan, Robert Howard, June 19th – August 30th, 2014

Relief Sculpture for the Wall, Jan Chenoweth, Roger Halligan, Robert Howard, June 19th – August 30th, 2014

Husband-wife sculptors Roger Halligan and Jan Chenoweth of Chattanooga share the billing with the late Robert Howard in this grouping of three solo exhibitions of relief wall sculptures. Both are former North Carolina artists who have moved to Tennessee. And both have outdoor works in the public art collection of the City of Raleigh. Own…

Herb Jackson Show Opens at Performing Arts Center

Herb Jackson Show Opens at Performing Arts Center

RALEIGH — A solo exhibition of large scale paintings by Davidson artist Herb Jackson is now on view at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh. The exhibition, courtesy of Lee Hansley Gallery, opened December 6 and runs through Feb. 26. All twelve paintings are from the Veronica’s Veil series, a group of…

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