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July 2011

RedSky Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Six NC Women

RedSky Gallery on Elizabeth Avenue in Charlotte, NC, will present, Six Women, Six Perspectives, featuring a collaborative exhibition of six North Carolina women artists, on view from July 15 through Aug. 31, 2011. A reception will be held on July 15, from 6-8:30pm.

The exhibition will include works by Judith Cutler, Carmella Jarvi, Jan Kransberger, Gina Strumpf, Terry Thirion, and Ginger Wagoner.

Carmella Jarvi has been painting figures in water for years. Her paintings from ‘out of water’ create fun distortions of the figure and are sometimes a bird’s eye view.  

Judith Cutler displays the lovely, intricate details of her realistic pastel paintings which contrast unexpectedly to the color, shape and texture of her bold abstracts.

Jan Kransberger uses “the vernacular of the human form…to explore the power of subtlety” in her kiln-cast glass sculptures.

Gina Strumpf’s paintings reflect scenes from her recent travels abroad, including European streetscapes and market scenes.

Terry Thirion’s expressive abstract paintings and realistic art works can be traced to her diverse cultural heritage and family roots in ancient craft and European art.

Ginger Wagoner’s mixed media photography works explores the dichotomy between the more angular nature of the tile surfaces and the sensual, tender images depicted.

RedSky Gallery features original works on paper and canvas, sculpture, ceramic, glass, studio furniture, art-to-wear, jewelry, and more. Over 500 regional and national artists are represented at two gallery locations, on Elizabeth Avenue and at the EpiCentre Uptown.

For further information check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 704/377-6400 or visit (


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