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April 2013

Cabarrus Arts Council in Concord, NC, Offers Modern and Cutting Edge Works

The Cabarrus Arts Council in Concord, NC, is presenting The Edge, an art exhibition that includes cutting edge pieces and modern approaches, on view at The Galleries through May 16, 2013.

The exhibition includes paintings, pottery, glass, wood and mixed media by 14 artists: Graham Auman, Raleigh, abstract oil paintings; Thor and Jennifer Bueno, Penland, totems of hand-blown glass stones; Betty Clark, Asheville, abstract oil paintings; Virginia Derryberry, Asheville, large-scale narrative paintings; Michael Hamlin-Smith, Charlotte, mid-century modern-influenced ceramic vessels; Kenn Kotara, Asheville, shaped canvas abstract paintings; Matthew Micca, Greensboro, minimalist ballpoint pen drawings; Daniel Nevins, Asheville, science-based free form painting; Jeff Pender, Charlotte, sculptural and functional ceramics; Wanda Steppe, Rock Hill, SC, oil paintings combining symbols and personal mythology; David Stuempfle, Seagrove, over-sized coil pottery; Bob Trotman, Casar, philosophical wood sculptures; Anatoly Tsiris, Charlotte, huge wood vessels; and Anthony Ulinski, Raleigh, oil and wax abstract paintings.

Trotman and Pender will talk to visitors about their work and demonstrate some of their techniques, 6:30-8pm, at the downtown Concord Art Walk on Friday, Apr. 12.

There is no admission charge to any of the activities at The Galleries. Volunteer docents are available to give you a tour and answer questions or you may enjoy the exhibition on your own. If you have children with you (or just want to have some fun with the art yourself), make sure to ask for the “I Spy” artwork scavenger hunt.

The Galleries will be closed Apr. 1 - 6.

For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call the Council at 704/920-2787 or visit (www.CabarrusArtsCouncil.org).

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