Thirty-four years and two months — that’s how long I’ve been writing a visual-art column for the Journal.
Nor any drop to drink: Artists in exhibition at GreenHill consider water, pollution and the search for solutions
“H2O,” as it’s titled, brings together works by seven artists who recognize the vital importance of water and the increasing urgency surrounding its widespread pollution.
That’s right. Former curator Wendy Earle is out, and her replacement will soon be in. Or replacements, plural. Explanation to come.
Family affair: Sawtooth gallery’s posthumous solo show samples former Appalachian State art professor Warren Dennis' 50-year career
The posthumous exhibition of Warren Dennis’ work that opened last month at the Sawtooth School’s Davis Gallery represents the proverbial tip of the iceberg of his creative output.
Wood as medium and subject: Don Green exhibits sculptures and landscape images in solo show at Artworks
About three years ago, local artist Don Green pulled out all the stops in a career retrospective at Artworks Gallery in Winston-Salem, where he has been an exhibiting member since 1994. One of the largest solo exhibitions ever mounted at the gallery, it brought together more than 50 years of…
The new year began for me with thoughts of Billie Holiday as I listened again to her lushly bittersweet rendition of the 20th-century standard “What’s New?”
Feel-good art: Artworks Gallery’s all-members show places a premium on flowers, bold colors, optimistic messages — and sales
Recent developments in the coronavirus pandemic — including the new omicron variant and enduring vaccination resistance in some public sectors—underline the fact that this has been yet another difficult year for most of us.
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