Feature Articles

August 2002 Issue

New Articles

Mint Museum of Art Presents African American Works from the David C. Driskell Collection

A View From Down Under
Exposing Naked Emperors
by Judith McGrath

Art Central Gallery in Summerville, SC, Features Works by Sarah A. Kuhnell

Saul Alexander Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Sarah Payton

Smith Killian Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Jennifer Smith Rogers

Spencer Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Anne Thames

DownTownes in Greenville, SC, Features Works by Mark Nelson

Caldwell Arts Council in Lenoir, NC, Offers Works by Three Still Life Artists

Wickwire Gallery in Hendersonville, NC, Hosts Third Annual Furniture Show

SC State Museum in Columbia, SC, Offers Exhibition from its Collection

SC Watercolor Society Presents City Art Owner, Wendyth Wells, with Special Recognition Award

ElderArt Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Leon Makielski

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Features Exhibit of Works by Romare Bearden

Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Exhibits by Enrico Embroli & Thomas Buechner

Davidson County Community College in Lexington, NC, Features Works by Nine Artists

Arts Center in Hendersonville, NC, Features Juried Exhibit Focused on Natural Landscape

South Wind Gallery Re-Opens in Pawleys Island, SC

Charlotte Shout - Month-Long Arts and Culture Celebration Planned for Charlotte, NC

Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC, Offers Works by Chinese Artists

EnPro Industries Discovers Treasure Trove of Local Art at Charlotte Art League Gallery in Charlotte, NC

Myersart Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Mother/Daughter Exhibit

Art Institute of Charlotte Gallery in Charlotte, NC, To Feature Work by Sherri Wood

Gallery 9 in Foscoe, NC, Features New Works by Wayne Trapp and Sandra Paynter Washburn

Brookgreen Gardens in Pawley's Island, SC, Hosts National Sculpture Exhibition

City Gallery in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Debra Howard

Exhibition by Mary Whyte Travels Around South Carolina

Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, Offers 16th Annual Sculpture Exhibition

SECCA in Winston-Salem, NC, Offers Exhibition of Works by James Harold

Asheville Gallery of Art in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Sandra Brugh Moore

Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Offers Summer Exhibit

Pickens County Museum in Pickens, SC, Features Two Exhibions for Summer

Events are Planned for Celebrating the Legacy of Black Mountain College

e.r.l originals in Winston-Salem, NC, Features Works of Three Artists in August

Wilkes Art Gallery in North Wilkesboro, NC, Features Works by Artists of North Wilkesboro Presbyterian Church

Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Features Works by John Acorn and Winston Wingo

erl originals to Open at New Location In Historic West End District, Winston-Salem, NC, in Sept., 2002

Wilkes Quilts- 2002! on View in North Wilkesboro, NC

The Human Figure at Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC

The 1st Annual North Carolina Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Walking Tour Brochures Are In!

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