July Issue 1999
Somerhill Gallery Presents Still Life Paintings: Invitational Exhibit
Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, announces its exhibition, Still Life Paintings, an invitational survey of contemporary American artwork centering on the theme of the still life. Twenty-six artists from the states are represented. Each artist was invited to exhibit four works, creating a full and abundant survey exhibit of 125 artworks. This exhibit, featured in Somerhill Gallery's South Gallery will continue through Aug. 9.
Each artist invited to participate in Still Life Paintings was chosen for their own distinctive style and innovative work. Featured work includes paintings in all media, including watercolors, acrylics and oil on both paper and canvas. Chosen artists bring their own interpretation and style to the still life genre, creating a wide variety of creative visions for the viewer.
Artists participating in Still Life Paintings include both new and familiar faces. They include Annyce Alvarez, Blair Beavers, Rodger Bechtold, Petie Brigham, Barry Carlsen, Tucker Cooke, Genevieve Cotter, Dorothy Demboski, Richard Fennell, Tim Ford, Judy Henricks, Frank Hobbs, Ruth Hogan, Robert Jackson, Kathleen Jardine, Sally Massengale, Roy Nydorf, Danny Robinette, Ryan Russell, Bruce Shores, Breck Smith, Richard Stenhouse, Margie Stewart, Chris Wilson, Kate Worm, and Patti Zeigler.
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