March Issue 2001
Hints Of Spring at Touchstone Gallery in Hendersonville, NC
Touchstone Gallery in Historic Downtown Hendersonville, NC, is pleased to announce the arrival of new works and new artists at the gallery.
Michael-Brian Norris, a contemporary outsider from Grimsley, TN., is currently the featured artist at the gallery. A large collection of his mixed media images on wood and metal currently fill the main display window of Touchstone. This is the second showing of this "rising star" at Touchstone.
Pat Wellborn, Hendersonville watermedia favorite, recently delivered four new images to the gallery. Included in the grouping is Rapids which was named "best in show" at the recently held all member show of the Art League
Barbara Eblen recently delivered a new work to join other images currently on display at the gallery. Eblen, whose endeavors document the natural landscape of Henderson County, is a faculty member at Blue Ridge Community College
And, arriving March 15, photographic works by Eloise Collier of Asheville, NC. Collier is completing her fine arts degree at UNCA this year and the appearance of her work at Touchstone marks her debut at a commercial gallery. Her portraits printed on metal are part of a series entitled The Unknown created for her senior exhibit at the university.
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