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October Issue 2003
Black Mountain Center in Black Mountain, NC, Features Works by Alice Sebrell
The Black Mountain Center for the Arts in Black Mountain, NC, will present the exhibition, HOVER, featuring works by Alice Sebrell. The exhibit will be on display in the Upper Level Gallery from Oct. 3 through Nov. 1, 2003.
According to Sebrell, "HOVER is an exhibition of black and white photographs and mixed media objects which explores the space between earth and sky and the transformative power of unseen forces. HOVER is about a state of being and becoming. The work is about the invisible, the transparent, and the opaque and how these defining categories are sometimes overlapping and inclusive. HOVER is a collaborative project with the wind and the sun, two very powerful partners."
Sebrell, a Charlotte, NC, native, has lived
in Asheville, NC, since July 1997. She earned her MFA in Photography
from The Savannah College of Art and Design and her BFA from the
University of Delaware. She has received a North Carolina Arts
Council Project Grant and a Charlotte/Mecklenburg Arts & Science
Council Regional Emerging Artist Grant. Her work has been exhibited
nationally and internationally and is in public and private collections
including: The Asheville Art Museum, Bank of America, R.J.
Reynolds, Davidson College and the Greenville County (SC) Museum
Sebrell's most recent solo exhibition was entitled Between Earth and Sky and was held at the Elizabeth Holden Gallery at Warren Wilson College in 2002. She is the former Assistant Director of the Light Factory Photographic Arts Center in Charlotte and currently works as Program Coordinator for the Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center.
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