June Issue 2002
Greensboro Artists' League in Greensboro, NC, Hosts NC Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit
The Greensboro Artists' League is producing
the first annual North Carolina Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
and is bringing the work of 29 sculptors to downtown Greensboro,
NC. Opening June 2 and remaining on view through Apr., 2003, this
exhibition will encourage Greensboro citizens and visitors to
walk through the downtown area and experience the ambience and
personality of our center city. A walking tour brochure will be
available to visitors to locate and identify various sculptures.
The following artists will participate in this sculpture exhibition: Carl Billingsley Ayden, NC; Jacob DeCola, Greensboro, NC; Bob Emser, Chicago, IL; Voss Finn, Cincinnati, OH; Hubertus von der Goltz, Berlin, Germany; Ruffin Hobbs, Graham, NC; Steve Hokanson, Chicago, IL; Frank Holder, Greensboro, NC; Michael Gyampo, Trenton, NJ; Gyuri Hollosy, Titusville, NJ; Hanna Jubran, Grimesland, NC; David Keating, Atlanta, GA; Gretchen Lothrop, Pittsboro, NC; Robert Mangold, Denver, CO; John Martin, Greensboro, NC; Pat McDonald, Oak Park, IL; Dan Millspaugh, Fairview, NC; Carolyn Owen, Summerfield, NC; Rudy Rudisill, Gastonia, NC; Michael Sanford, Burlington, NC; Tom Severa, Greensboro, NC; Dawn Stetzel, Pittsboro, NC; Marvin Tadlock, Bristo, VA; Barry Tinsley, Chicago, IL; Wayne Trapp, Boone, NC; Edwin White, Siler City, NC; Sandy Wilcox, Farmville, VA; Ben Woitena, Houston, TX; and Autin Wright, Trenton, NJ.
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