July Issue 2000
The Art Cellar Gallery in Banner Elk, NC, Features Original Graphic Works by Masters - Braque, Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, and an Exhibit of Works by Local Artist Tim Turner
The Art Cellar Gallery, in the heart of Banner Elk, NC, will hosts original graphic pieces from Modern Masters Braque, Picasso, Matisse and Chagall from July 3 - Sept. 3. Also on exhibit July 5 - Aug. 2 will be Recent People, featuring the innovative works in acrylic by local artist Tim Turner. Turner's haunting faces in bold hues of red, orange, yellow, and even abstracts in ultramarine blue have become a sought-after item in North Carolina.
"The Art Cellar Gallery is pleased to announce a show of major graphic pieces from Modern Masters Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Marc Chagall. This fine art exhibition will be the first of its kind in the North Carolina arts community and is sure to attract collectors, patrons, and visitors from across the Southeast," gallery owner Pamela McKay says. "Typically, this caliber of artwork is only seen in museums and major private collections. We anticipate an amazing, unprecedented show."
Each piece will come with an exquisite conservation framing and an authentic provenance of originality. Close to forty pieces by these four fine artists, who were all famous printmakers, will comprise this exhibit: original etchings, hand-colored lithographs, and wood cuts ranging in current value from $600 to $25,000. Viewing appointments are suggested as these master works are arriving piece-by-piece in Banner Elk.
Tim Turner's acrylic pieces are maintaining
a reputation of their own in a private and
corporate sense. His primary artwork was wood-fired pottery. After attending Penland Craft School, Appalachian State University, and owning The Potters Gallery in Banner Elk, he now focuses solely on painting. For the past ten years Turner has created large scale canvases pertaining to the human experience and personal relationships. His style is fresh and inspirational; a visual experiment in aesthetics and primary color.
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