Feature Articles

July 1999 Issue

Dale Chihuly: Installations at Mint Museum of Craft + Design

Dale Chihuly Returns to the Jerald Melberg Gallery - Charlotte

Art And The Internet Where Small Can Be Bigger
by Mary Ohl

Works by Gretchen Lothrop and Terry Rodgers to be Featured at Burroughs-Chapin Museum

Hilton Head Art League Features Works by Tom Ratliffe

Works by Robert Merrill Sweeny at Charleston City Gallery

Photgraphic History of Railroad Presented at Gibbes Museum of Art

Works by Gay Torrey Featured at Beaufort County Library

Moonshell Art Gallery Presents Works by Wendy Dixon & Stanley Smith

Brookgreen Gardens Sculpture Moves to New York City

Outsider Inside Winthrop University Exhibit

Practical Extravagance On Display at NationsBank Plaza

Morris Gallery in Columbia Features Works by John O'Neil

Sculpture Exhibition At Pickens County Museum

Waccamaw Art Center Features Works About Horry County & Calls For Entries

Three New Exhibitions at the Center for Documentary Studies

Pottery by Jim lux and Paintings by Paul Hrusovsky Craven Allen Gallery

Two Shows at Gallery C in Raleigh

14th Annual Sculpture Competition in Lenoir, NC

Concept To Conclusion At The Greensboro Artists' League

Asheville Woodworker And Macon County Weavers Show In Folk Art Center

Somerhill Gallery Presents Still Life Paintings: Invitational Exhibit

St. John's Museum Of Art Tours Exhibition By Internationally Acclaimed Artist/Writer Barbara Chase-Riboud

The 52nd Annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands

From Ship to Shore: Marine Paintings at Mint Museum

SECCA Opens Two New Exhibits

Block Prints & Students Works on Exhibit in Durham Arts Council Galleries

Three Exhibits At Waterworks Visual Arts Center

Asheville Gallery of Art Shows Works by Paul Koenen

Three Exhibits this Summer At St. John's Museum

Hands On Event at Hand in Hand Gallery

The Art Cellar Gallery Offers Works by Renoir and More

Summer House Gallery Reopens

Isermann at Weatherspoon Gallery

Works by Tom Stanley at Hodges Taylor Gallery

Just Racin' at Green Hill Center

Ben Long Frescos Featured at Montreat College Exhibition

Members Show & Photography Projects at The Light Factory

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