"Coalescence" an exhibit at Local Color Gallery featuring Rebecca Toy and Keanna Artis. The exhibit is about blending of ideas, a showcasing of work that combines elements of everyday life with abstract geometric shapes and designs.
Opening Reception: Sunday, March 1, 2 pm-4 pm
First Friday Reception: Friday, March 6, 6 pm-9 pm
David Dunlop is a renowned painter and art educator with works in prominent collections world-wide. He has lectured at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is the host/writer of the Emmy award-winning PBS Television series Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop. This new group of paintings features Dunlop's unique use of old master painting techniques on modern aluminum; an approach inspired by the study of 17th Century Dutch and Italian paintings.
Shoppers will enjoy 20% off the entire store, pink champagne, cupcakes, and a special in-store giveaway.
$2 all beer on First Friday Appetizer Plate - include waffle fries, fried okra, onion tangles, and hushpuppies for $5.75 Kids Eat Free* *see dickeys.com for details. Same rules apply as kids eat free Sundays.
Join us for First Friday where we will be featuring the incredible abstracts by painter, Saramanda Zurbuch. Her pieces are an evocative display of textures and colors that move from dark brooding reds to ethereal blues and greys. You do not want to miss the emerging artist.
Hop on over to Moon and Lola Raleigh to pick an egg from our Easter basket to receive up to 25% off your purchase.
Enjoy a special Easter Cocktail, jelly beans, and cotton candy.
The work of Sarah Anne Johnson (b. 1976 Winnipeg, Canada) playfully, but pointedly bridges the real and the imagined; factual and fictive; lived and desired. She works from a bravely personal perspective that reflects her growing concerns for the world, combined with the pursuit of a utopian place that remains tantalizingly out of reach. At every step Johnson attempts to nudge reality closer to her ideals, supplementing quixotic photographs with humble dioramas, Sculpey figurines, painterly interludes, handcrafted doll-houses and a dizzying array of modifications performed upon the photograph itself. As a whole, WONDERLAND presents the first opportunity to trace the continuity and inspiring evolution of this artist’s practice. The exhibit is curated by: Steven Matijcio, Curator, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati.
Photo description: Party Boat, 2011, Scratched chromogenic print, photospotting and acrylic inks, gouache and marker, 27.75 x 42 inches, Courtesy of Allen Thomas, Jr.
Cost: $5 Admission; Free to Children 10 and under, NCSU College of Design Faculty and Students, Area College Students, Active Military Members, Veterans and their Families, Teachers, and First Responders
Enjoy local artisans, live music, entertainment, and local craft beer, at The Morning Times Market, an outdoor art market. All ages are welcome. Come out to enjoy this free event.