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April Issue 2010
Gallery C in Raleigh, NC, Features North Carolina Art
Gallery C in Raleigh, NC, is presenting the exhibit, The Best of North Carolina Art 2010, on view through Apr. 28, 2010.
This exhibition features an important collection of historic fine art from North Carolina during the 20th century. It is Gallery C's 25th anniversary celebrating The Best of North Carolina.
The exhibition features highly desirable paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, pottery, photography, watercolors, and signature pieces by George Aid, Ben Berns, George Bireline, Sarah Blakeslee, Robert Broderson, Joseph Cave, Eliot Clark, Joe Cox, Minnie Evans, Claude Howell, Herb Jackson, Mary Anne K. Jenkins, George Kachergis, Clare Leighton, James Augustus McLean, Louis Orr, Hobson Pittman, Sally Bowen Prange, Mabel Pugh, Brian Shawcroft, Francis Speight, Will Henry Stevens, Duncan Stuart, Bayard Wootten, and others.
Will Henry Stevens
Artists are North Carolina natives or residents who worked in a variety of mediums. Art works in the show reflect the many creative influences from such institutions as Seagrove, Black Mountain, Tryon, the North Carolina State Fair, The North Carolina Professional Artist's League, WPA Art Centers, Penland, and the North Carolina Art Society. While some were self taught, numerous colleges and universities throughout the state also educated and inspired these artists. Curator for the exhibition is Charlene Ferrell Newsom.
For further information
check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at
919/828-3165 or visit (www.galleryc.net).
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