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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…

Ann Harwell: Looking Skyward

Ann Harwell: Looking Skyward

This exhibition showcases Ann Harwell’s new works over the past two years in addition to some tapestries that have never been shown here in the past.  Most of the works deal with observations of the heavens, hence the show’s title.  Showing along with Harwell are the ceramic works of internationally acclaimed Korean ceramist In-Chin Lee. …

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…

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