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October 2013

Hickory Museum of Art in Hickory, NC, Features New Juried Exhibit Focused on Automobile Travel

The Hickory Museum of Art in Hickory, NC, is presenting a new juried exhibition, Road Trip, on view in the second floor Coe Gallery, on view through Jan. 5, 2014. The show features artwork inspired by the personal automobile, life’s journey, and the joy of the open road offered in conjunction with an outdoor event called “The AutoLawn,” that showcased European automobiles of all makes, models, and ages in Hickory.

Over 100 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper were juried into Road Trip from 58 artists across the country. Artists in the exhibit from the Carolinas include Pat Flachbart, Bre Cowell, Suzy Hart, Jonathan Bolt, Donald Moore, Molly Reilly, James Labrenz, Sally Fanjoy, Clay James, Clayton Young, Mark Flowers, Diane Pike, Barbara Sammons, Susan Skrzycki, Crystal Sutherland, Donna Parsons Taylor, Virginia Wright-Frierson, Emily Weinstein, Kathryn Phillips, Craig Anthony, Joël Urruty, Mike Ogle, Heidi Thompson, Lance Turner, Joann Wilfong, Roger Carter, Dan Smith, Mitzi Gellman, and Vickie Jo Franks.

The Hickory Museum of Art is a United Arts Funded Affiliate of the United Arts Council of Catawba County and is located in the “SALT Block” Arts & Science Center of Catawba Valley in Hickory.

For more info check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call 828/327-8576 or visit (www.hickoryart.org).

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