Feature Articles

July 2002 Issue

New Articles

Shoestring Publishing Company Marks 15 Years of Producing an Arts Newspaper
by Tom Starland, editor/publisher Carolina Arts

DownTownes Gallery in Greenville, SC, Features Works by Polly Gaillard Donohue

South Carolina Watercolor Society Exhibition Results and Related Programs

Sandpiper Gallery on Sullivan's Island, SC, Honors Three Local Artists

Cameo Fine Art Gallery in Columbia, SC, Offers Summer Exhibition

Charleston Fine Art Dealers' Association Invites Art Collectors to Charleston for the 4th Fine Arts Annual

Art League of Henderson County Features Works by Al Junek & Paul Koenen

Center for Craft, Creativity and Design Features Exhibit Highlighting Craft Heritage Trails of WNC

Summit One Gallery Features Works by Rosemary Clark Stiefel

Fish or Cut Bait Gallery on Edisto Island, SC, Features Works by Rick Wells

Spencer Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Deborah K. Neal

Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, Features Exhibition of Abstract Works by Men

Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Daniel Douke & Victor Richardson

Hidell Brooks Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Presents Works by Barbara Fisher

Sunset River Marketplace Now Open in Calabash, NC

Charleston Museum Offers Summer Exhibition Focused on Traditional Southern Pottery

City Gallery in Charleston, SC, Presents Works by Max Miller

Gallery 9 in Foscoe, NC, Features Works by Ford Smith

Tryon Fine Arts Center Features Works by Barbara Elders

Myersart Gallery/Clay on Camden in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Kim Frazier

Tippy Stern Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Brian Rutenburg

Coastal Inspirations: Silk Batiks by Mary Edna Fraser at Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC

Beaufort Art Association Gallery Features Works by Mary Segars

ElderArt Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Present Works by Patrick Glover

Moring Arts Center in Asheboro, NC, Features Works by Three Area Artists

Center of the Earth Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Brad Thomas

Asheville Gallery Of Art in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Howell Boyd

Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, Features Works by Richard Fennell, Eric Lawing & Elizabeth Matheson

Red Piano Too Art Gallery Celebrates 10th Anniversary
by Carol Tuynman

The Pickens County Museum in Pickens, SC, Features Works by Fiber Artists

The North Carolina Museum Of Art in Raleigh, NC, Presents Works by John James Audubon

Wickwire Gallery in Hendersonville, NC, Features Works by James Scott Morrison, NWS

Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Carlson Tuttle & Nanette Davidson

Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury, NC, Features Exhibition of Japanese Art Forms

Transylvania County Arts Council in Brevard, NC, Presents the 30th Annual Fine Arts and Crafts Showcase

White Moon Gallery in Cashiers, NC, Features Works by Gwen Nagel & Others

16 Patton Gallery in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Deborah Squier & Laura Young

Gibbes Museum of Art Features Works by West Fraser

Appalachian State University Features Exhibition by Four Former Art Dept. Colleagues

Summer Salon 2002 At Greensboro Artists' League Gallery in Greensboro, NC

Artworks Gallery in Winston-Salem, NC, Features Sculpture by Ben Rouzie

Duality Opens at the Wilkes Art Gallery in North Wilkesboro, NC

The Summer Edition Of The Craft Fair Of The Southern Highlands in Asheville, NC

New Morning Gallery in Asheville, NC, Hosts The 30th Annual Village Art & Craft Fair August 3 And 4

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