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June 2011

Theatre Art Galleries in High Point, NC, Offers New Exhibits

The Theatre Art Galleries in High Point, NC, are presenting several new exhibits including: works by members of the High Point Fine Art Guild in the Main Gallery; Landscape Invitational, featuring works by Doug Key, Judith Glazier, and Daniel Vaughan in Gallery B; the Silver Arts Show, in the Hallway Gallery; and an exhibit featuring works by students from Triad Elementary Schools, in the Kaleidoscope Youth Gallery. These exhibits will be on view through July 8, 2011. A reception will be held on June 23, from 5:30-7:30pm.

Doug Key is a full time artist based in Greensboro, NC. A North Carolina native, he studied at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Key describes his work as representational, with bright colors and varying slightly from loose to tight execution.

Daniel Vaughan was born and raised in Michigan where he received degrees in biology and medicine from Michigan State University and Wayne State University. After retiring from the University of Chapel Hill in 2003, Vaughan had more time to dedicate to his painting. In 2006, he was the artist-in-residence in the Badland’s National Park in South Dakota. A retired Biologist, he likes to incorporate wildlife in their natural habitats into his landscapes.

Judith Glazier, a High Point resident, paints with watercolors, oils, and acrylics. She describes her painting style as on that involves movement, color, and flow to use her creativity to express her impressionistic vision of the outer, physical world, and her inner imaginary one. Glazier served as the President of the High Point Fine Art Guild for many years as well as art chairman for Party on the Plank here in High Point.

For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call the TAG at 336/887-2137 or visit (

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