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Upstairs Artspace in Tryon, NC, Highlights Glass and Landscapes
The Upstairs Artspace in Tryon, NC, presents an exciting group of exhibits including: Mountain Glass, Line in Landscape, and Constance Humphries: New Work, on view from Oct. 1 through Nov. 13, 2010.
Mountain Glass, the gallery's first glass exhibit in a decade, introduces 13 established and emerging artists, all but one living in Western North Carolina. They are Phil and Veda Bickley, Jeri Burdick, Susan Cannon, Victor Chiarizia, David Goldhagen, Jason Hoyes, Graham Lawing, Logan MacSporran, Jason Probstein, Irene Redmond, Shane Smith, Matt Tyner, and James Yaun. The show offers an impressive balance of structural and functional glass on a small to large scale - as well as a variety of glassmaking methods (soft, flame, fused, mixed media).
The exhibit, Line
in Landscape, features landscape paintings with powerful horizontal
and vertical line elements in styles ranging from representational to
abstract. The artists are Dave Goldman, Pisgah Forest, NC;
Janet Jacobson and Lori Raines, Hendersonville, NC; Genie Maples
and Tom Pazderka, Asheville, NC; and Benjamin McKamey, Spartanburg,
Asheville, NC, artist Constance Humphries explores the psychology of childhood in abstract figurative painting.
A "Walk & Talk" tour of the art is Sunday, Oct. 10, 2010, at 2pm.
For further info
check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call the gallery
at 828/859-2828 or visit (www.upstairsartspace.org).
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