Feature Articles

February 2001 Issue

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NCECA 2001 Clay National Exhibition at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC

Hickory Museum Of Art, in Hickory, NC, Presents Three New Exhibitions

Charleston - Art Center or Tourist Destination?
by Jane Grau - February 2001Jane Grau

Tippy Stern Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Features Recent Paintings by Inez Storer

Private Art Academy Moves to Tryon, NC, from Atlanta, GA

Cleveland Community College in Shelby, NC, Hosts Owen's Art Exhibition

Mars Hill College, in Mars Hill, NC, Presents Exhibit of Work by Monika Teal

Weatherspoon Art Gallery in Greensboro, NC, Features Andy Warhol Related Exhibitions

DownTownes in Greenville, SC, Offers Exhibit of Photographs by Leah Kennedy

College of Charleston's Halsey Gallery Hosts Two Exhibitions in Charleston, SC

Next Exhibition at Furman University in Greenville, SC

Appalachian State University Faculty Exhibition in Boone, NC

Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, SC, Offers Major Pop Art Exhibition

Benedict College in Columbia, SC, Offers Exhibit of Collected Art Works

McKissick Museum in Columbia, SC, Features the Works of Philip Mullen

Davidson College in Davidson, NC, Presents Exhibit of Prints & Photo Prints

UNC-Charlotte Presents Major Ceramics Exhibit in Three Galleries for NCECA in Charlotte, NC

Art Gallery Unlimited in Charlotte, NC, Features Exhibition of Polish Paintings

Cameo Fine Art in Columbia, SC, Presents Solo Exhibit of Work by Elena Madden

The Butts of Charleston ?? at Tiemakers Gallery in Charleston, SC

SC Watercolor Society Hosts Seven Regional Gatherings

New Gallery Complex to Open in Myrtle Beach, SC, in March

Green Hill Center for NC Art in Greensboro, NC, Offers Photography Triennial

Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC, Offers Exhibition of Miniatures From Yale University

Charleston's City Gallery Presents Exhibit of Clay & Welded Steel

Tidwell's Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features New Wildlife Art Poster & Print

Theatre Art Galleries in High Point, NC, Feature New Exhibitions

Guilford College in Greensboro, NC, Presents Exhibition by Robert Lewis

Asheville Art Museum in Asheville, NC, Presents Exhibit of Work by Minnie Evans

Walter Greer Gallery on Hilton Head Island, SC, Features Exhibits of Fiber and Gullah Arts

College of Charleston Hosts 2001 Charleston Antiques Symposium

Women's Center in Chapel Hill, NC, Holds 17th Annual Art Exhibition for NC Women Artists

Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Features Three New Exhibits

New Exhibitions Opening At Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury, NC

Durham Arts Council in Durham, NC, Features Exhibition of Paintings by Eric McRay

SECCA Presents Three New Exhibitions in Winston-Salem, NC

Asheville Art Museum Hosts Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition at Pack Place in Asheville, NC

New Exhibitions at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC

Center for Documentary Studies in Durham, NC, Features Personal Histories Exhibition

Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, SC, Features Works by Maud Gatewood

W. H. Moring, Jr. Arts Center in Asheboro, NC, Features Works from Common Visions

Stokes County Arts Council Gallery in Danbury, NC, Features Works by Frank Duncan

Tryon Arts Center in Tryon, NC, Features Works by Carol Bomer

Spencer Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Exhibits Works by Carol McGill

The Florence Museum in Florence, SC, Offers New Exhibits

Artworks Gallery in Winston-Salem Offers Next Exhibition

Works by Prominent Ceramic Artist, Acrylic Painter, Local Photographer to be Featured at erl in February

A Sampler Of Woven Arts From Allanstand Shop In Focus Gallery at the Folk Art Center

New Articles

Genevieve Cotter: recent paintings at Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC

McKissick To Feature Greenwood Artist's Woodwork

Contemporary Artists Use Ancient Techniques in Focus Gallery

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