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November 2013

Cabarrus Arts Council in Concord, NC, Features Two New Exhibitions

The Cabarrus Arts Council in Concord, NC, is presenting two new exhibits including: Shop Seagrove and Piedmont Pottery and Soft Focus, on display in The Galleries, located in the Cabarrus County Historic Courthouse, through Dec. 19, 2013.

Shop Seagrove and Piedmont Pottery is The Galleries’ annual holiday sale and show of clay works by acclaimed North Carolina potters. The show includes works by 10 potteries/potters from the Seagrove and Piedmont areas of the state including: Bulldog Pottery, Chris Luther Pottery, Crystal King Pottery, Dirtworks, Jared Zehmer Pottery, Jeff Pender, Joseph Sand Pottery, King’s Pottery, Luck’s Ware and Pottery by Frank Neef.

Shop Seagrove and Piedmont Pottery includes a variety of decorative and utilitarian pieces with prices starting under $10.

Soft Focus comprises artwork embracing impressionistic techniques and the moderating effects of time and memory by 15 artists. Included are paintings, drawings, photographs, quilts, ceramics, woodturning and mixed media by Katherine Armacost, Tamie Beldue, Nancy G. Cook, Bre Barnett Crowell, Alan Dehmer, Charles Farrar, Carolyn Glazener, Chris Luther, David McRary, Terri Otten, Terance Painter, Stuart Roper, Jeremy Sams, Deborah Squier and Charlie Tefft.

The Galleries will be closed Thanksgiving week, Nov. 23-Dec. 1, 2013.

For more info check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call 704/920-2787 or visit(www.CabarrusArtsCouncil.org).

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