Feature Articles

March 2001 Issue

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NCECA National Conference Comes to Charlotte, NC, and Rock Hill, SC

Digital Ceramics on View at The Light Factory in Charlotte, NC

Skillbeck Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Spotlights Local Woman Clay Artists

Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Presents Major Clay Exhibitions

Blue Spiral 1 in Asheville, NC, Offers Clay Invitational

Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC, Features Ceramic Sculpture Exhibition

Museum of York County in Rock Hill, SC, Features Works by Winton & Rosa Eugene

Full Circle Arts in Hickory, NC, Features Works by Members

Arts Center of Henderson County in Hendersonville, NC, Offers Non-Traditional Fiber Art

Smith-Killian Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Presents Works by Betty Anglin Smith

Red Piano Art Gallery in Hilton Head island, SC, Features Shore Paintings by Ken Otsuka

Commissioned Posters at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC

Wells Gallery in Charleston, SC, Presents New Works by Karen Larson Turner

Pinckney Café in Charleston, SC, Presents Works by William Thomas Meisburger

Lowcountry Heritage Society Announces Annual Spring Event on Wadmalaw Island, SC

Charleston, SC's City Gallery Presents Works by Yvette Dede

Cameo Fine Art in Columbia, SC, Presents Works by Two Abstract Expressionists

Beaufort Art Association Hosts 40th Annual Spring Exhibit in Beaufort, SC

William Halsey Gallery in Charleston, SC, Hosts Painting by Graham Nickson

Annual Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild Juried Show in Myrtle Beach, SC

Associated Artists Of Winston-Salem in W-S, NC, Feature Works by Members

Tony Hernandez & Carol Anthony At Hidell Brooks Gallery in Charlotte, NC

Artspace in Raleigh, NC, Features Works by Amy Funderburk

McCoy-Hatfield Feud Revived at The Gallery in Beaufort, SC

Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Presents Works by Bob Chance and Marsha Dargan

Winston-Salem State University Features Works by Faculty and Alumni

SC Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition on Hilton Head Island, SC

The Women's Center in Chapel Hill, NC, Offers Educational Series for Women in the Arts and Community in March

Polish Paintings In The Sztyber Collection at Art Gallery Unlimited, Charlotte, NC
by Jurek Polanski, Visual Arts Correspondent for www.ArtScope.net

NC Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC, Presents Major Retrospective of Works by Stanton Macdonald-Wright

New South Carolina Organization Hosts Conference on Folklore and Folklife

Neon Masters: The Art of Neon Glass at Waterworks Visual Arts Center

Asheville Artist, Vadim Bora, is the Asheville Gallery of Art's Artist-of-the-Month for March

Hints Of Spring at Touchstone Gallery in Hendersonville, NC

Figuration In Clay: A Collection at the McMaster Gallery, Department of Art, University of SC

Pop Impact! From Johns to Warhol Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art, at the Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC

Limestone College in Gaffney, SC, to Host High School Art Exhibit

Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC, Features Works of Haywood Graduates

Asheville Art Museum in Asheville, NC, is Featuring a Major Quilt Exhibition and a New Installation from its Permanent Collection

Gary Page Watercolors on View at Tryon Fine Arts Center in Tryon, NC

New Articles

Durham Arts Council Features Works by Wendy Morrison Painter

Durham Arts Council Presents Works by Joyce Cambron

Southern Art Exchange a Web-based/Home-based Business Sells Art by Consignment Over the Internet at www.SouthernArtExchange.com

Craven Allen Gallery in Durham, NC, Features Works by Kathryn DeMarco

Exhibitions of Two Young West Coast Artists at Davidson College in Davidson, NC

The Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC, Honors Odyssey Center Instructors

Photographs By Debbie Cooke On Exhibit At Furman's Thompson Gallery in Greenville, SC

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Presents a 100th Anniversary Salute to Ansel Adams

North Carolina Museum of Art, in Raleigh, NC, Presents Art for Holy Days

Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, Features Works by Jennie Bireline, Sherri Wood, and Ginny Stanford

TwoArtChicks Gallery in Greensboro, NC, Joins With Women's Resource Center To Kick-Off Phoenixfest!

SC Arts Commission in Columbia, SC, Announces Verner Awards Recipients for 2001

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