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March 2011

RedSky Gallery Opens New Location in Charlotte, NC, Offers Works by Andrew Linton, Alice DeLisle, and Lisa Creed

RedSky Gallery will be celebrating the opening of its new location on Mar. 25, 2011, along with a new exhibition of ceramics by Andrew Linton and Alice DeLisle, and paintings by Lisa Creed. Join us for a reception on Friday, Mar. 25, from 6-8:30pm at RedSky Gallery, 1523 Elizabeth Avenue, Suite 120, in Charlotte, NC. The show runs through May 10, 2011.

Andrew Linton’s current works include copper flash raku as well as animal and figurative imagery. He gains great inspiration and his work develops in new directions. His ceramics have been featured in the “500 Series” of books, most recently released, Surface Design for Ceramics. Linton has BFAs in Art Education and Painting, and has assisted renowned artists including Ron Meyers and Cynthia Bringle.

Alice DeLisle uses texture, contrast and color in creating forms that are aesthetically pleasing and somewhat humorous. Her latest work explores the symbolism of towers and individuals escaping from them. DeLisle has a PhD in Biology and until three years ago, worked in the biotechnology industry. She has transitioned from using her active imagination in science to working full time as a ceramic artist.

Lisa Creed’s mixed-media paintings are both abstract and representational. She wants to engage the viewer to see the whole work, to deconstruct it, then see the whole work again. Creed’s work is in personal and corporate collections across the country.

RedSky Gallery features original works on paper and canvas, sculpture, ceramic, glass, studio furniture, art-to-wear, jewelry, and more. Over 500 regional and national artists are represented at two gallery locations, on Elizabeth Avenue and uptown in The EpiCentre.

For further info check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call 704/377-6400 or visit (

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