Feature Articles

November 1999 Issue

With a Street Like This - You Could Have a Cultural Center
A Look at Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC
by Jane Grau

Margaret M. Law Exhibit at Spartanburg County Museum of Art

Two New Solo Exhibits at Hodges Taylor Gallery

Art You Can Afford at Theatre Art Galleries in High Point

Anderson Arts Center Features Work by Senior Women Mentors

Works by Donald Collins at The Gallery at Charleston Arts

Charleston City Gallery Offers Works by Anna Keck

Two New Exhibits at Francis Marion University in Florence, SC

Folk Art Center Presents Work Of Woodcarver And Silk Painter

Works by Lonnie Long at the Greensboro Artists' League Gallery

Recent Constructions by Amy Levine & Recent Oils by Jenny Windsor to Show at Gallery C in Raleigh, NC

Modern Printmaking At Merrill-Jennings Galleries in Davidson

Philip Whitley Shows Works at Hampton III Gallery, Greenville, SC

Works by Jesús Bautista Moroles at Hidell Brooks Gallery - Charlotte

Works by Thomas McNickle on View at Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte

Wildlife Artist Bob Travers to Show at Wickwire Gallery

Ninth Annual Downtown Gallery Tour - Greenville, SC

Works by Lynn Brown at Beaufort Library, Beaufort, SC

Charleston Exhibit Celebrates West Fraser's Banner Year

City Art in Columbia, SC, Features Works by Deborah Lengel for Vista Lights

Vista Studios in Columbia, SC, Offer Group Show for Vista Lights

Works by Jean McWhorter at Cameo Fine Art Gallery in Columbia, SC

Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum Offers Three New Exhibits

Columbia Film Society's Film Tour Continues...

Print Studio South in Charleston, SC, Host Second Annual Art Auction

Metal + Wood + Paper + Stone at gallery W.D.O. in Charlotte

Flow or Out of My Mind: The Art of Creativity,
Karen Weihs' Book
by Lese Corrigan

4th Annual Avenue Of Arts & Crafts in Mt. Pleasant, SC

Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem Offers New Exhibits

Three Artists at the Asheville Gallery of Art

"Current In Still Water" Celebrates 20 Years Of Sneddon Exhibitions at Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC

Davidson College Exhibit Highlights Four Southeastern Artists

Upcoming Show at e-r-l originals in Winston-Salem to Feature Ceramics by Patrick Dragon, Watercolors by Richard Kaiser

Exhibit at SC State Museum Explores the 20th Century in S.C. Art

USC-Spartanburg Features Works by Thomas A. Tucker

Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill Features Two New Exhibits

Guilford College Art Gallery in Greensboro, NC, Presents Art Faculty Exhibition

Works by Henri Matisse at Bank of America Gallery in Charlotte

Celebrating The Work Of The Hand in Winston-Salem

Works by Tom Flowers at Tryon Fine Arts Center

College Of Charleston's Halsey Gallery Hosts With Beauty Before Us: The Navajo Of Chil-Chin-Beto

Book Artists to Lecture & Exhibit Works at Appalachian State University

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