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April 2011

Adam Ramsey Miller Gallery in Concord, NC, Features Works by Charlotte ARTery

The Adam Ramsey Miller Gallery in Concord, NC, will present an exhibit of works by members of the Charlotte ARTery, on view from Apr. 15 through May 13, 2011. A reception will be held on Apr. 15, from 6-9pm, during the Cabarrus Art Council’s Art Walk in Historic Downtown Concord.

Exhibiting artists include Julie Benda, Sharon Dowell, Teresa Hollmeyer, Paul Keysar, Janet Lasher, Ashley Lathe, Bev Nagy, and Jon Tarleton. Several artists will be exhibiting pieces inspired by the City of Concord.

Julie Benda will exhibit a group of mixed media works derived from a series of six woodcut prints made with a grant from the ASC. Sharon Dowell captures the energy of place, the economic boom and downturn, and explores the theme of man vs. nature.

Teresa Hollmeyer will exhibit a series of mosaics, including one iconic Concord building. Paul Keysar will exhibit a series of night paintings, including several of the Concord nightscape, while Janet Lasher will exhibit photographs utilizing alternative process techniques.

Ashley Lathe’s current works explore the process of image making through a series of automated paintings dictated by materials and external conditions. Bev Nagy uses traditional weaving techniques in a unique format, with alternative materials, to create the unexpected. She will also exhibit some of her streetscape tiles created from impressions of streets in Concord.

Jon Tarleton will combine various shapes and marks with his usual stripes, to add a sense of interplay to his work and create a dialogue, however subtle, within the pieces produced.

Charlotte ARTery exists to provide a community to unite regional artists and will nurture extensions of this network to include academia, museums, cultural organizations, commercial galleries, and art groups in the Charlotte region and beyond to promote interest and activity in the visual arts.

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