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RedSky Gallery - Dilworth in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Kevin Harrison and Joel Hunnicutt
The RedSky Gallery - Dilworth in Charlotte, NC, will present an exhibition of paintings by Kevin Harrison and wood vessels by Joel Hunnicutt, on view from Sept. 10 through Oct. 6, 2010.
Kevin Harrison directs live marketing events, creates Flash animations, does graphic design work, creates short films, photographs weddings, paints sky-room murals, and paints in his studio and sells his work through galleries in St. Augustine, FL, Charlotte, NC, Asheville, NC, and Charleston, SC. His paintings have been commissioned all over the US including New York, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Charleston as well as Berlin, Germany, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and London, UK.
Joel Hunnicutt is a wood artist focused on the shape, color, and design of the vessel. The primary technique he uses is called "segmented" turning. This is a process of precisely cutting and assembling small pieces of wood, often 3 or more species, and turning them to a final shape on the wood lathe. The use of this technique allows him great flexibility in designing shapes that would be extremely difficult or impossible to create from solid wood. Pieces are typically finished in lacquer often dyed to create a rainbow of color, not generally associated with wood.
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
in Dilworth and the EpiCentre in Uptown Charlotte.
For further information check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 704/377-6400 or visit (www.redskygallery.com).
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