|For more information about this article or gallery, please call the gallery phone number listed in the last line of the article, "For more info..."|
October Issue 2007
Silver Fox Gallery in Hendersonville, NC, Features Exhibition by Internationally Recognized Artists
Silver Fox Gallery in Hendersonville, NC, will present the exhibit, Third Season, featuring works by four internationally recognized artists: Tim Howe, Randi Solin, Gilles Payette, and Jeremy Newman. The exhibition will begin on Oct. 5 and continue through Nov. 23, 2007.
Third Season features new work by landscape painter Tim Howe of San Diego, who will visit Western North Carolina for a week during the show, observing the area during its autumn (third) season as inspiration for future work.
The exhibition also features works by three acclaimed glass artists. Randi Solin of Brattleboro, VT, approaches her work two dimensionally, making compositions that have an Asian influenced simplicity of form. She builds layer upon layer of color, using glass in all particle sizes - powder, cane, frit and rod - like a painter's palette. Solin's work is in the permanent collections of the White House, the United States Embassies in Algeria and Guinea, and the St. Petersburg Museum.
Gilles Payette of Montreal, Canada, makes one-of-a-kind and limited edition, highly-textured cast-glass sculptures in molds of sand, graphite and steel. Payette's work is in private and public collections throughout Canada, the United States and Europe.
Jeremy Newman of Washington State, makes mouth blown work with a uniquely organic appearance that is unusual for art glass. Newman's work is highly influenced by the apparent random patterns of the natural world and the inherent connection of humans to that world.
For more info check our NC Commercial Gallery
listings, call the gallery at 828/698-0601 or visit (www.silverfoxonline.com).
Carolina Arts is published monthly by Shoestring Publishing
Company, a subsidiary of PSMG, Inc.
Copyright© 2007 by PSMG, Inc., which published Charleston Arts from July 1987 - Dec. 1994 and South Carolina Arts from Jan. 1995 - Dec. 1996. It also publishes Carolina Arts Online, Copyright© 2007 by PSMG, Inc. All rights reserved by PSMG, Inc. or by the authors of articles. Reproduction or use without written permission is strictly prohibited. Carolina Arts is available throughout North & South Carolina.