Feature Articles

October 1999 Issue

Captured Light Captures Charleston at Wells Gallery

Dale Chihuly - Showman & Maestro
by Jane Grau

Moonshell Art Gallery Features Works by Chris Ritsch & Susan Colwell

Top 100 Craft Retailers Announced

Appalachian State University Exhibit Program Examines Animal Rights Issues

Works by Mary Bentz Gilkerson Featured at City Art Gallery

Lexington County Library Features Solo Fiber Art Exhibit

Columbia Film Society's Film Tour Continues

50th Anniversary of UNICEF Greeting Cards

Davidson Painter Herb Jackson Sets the Stage for a Dance Premiere

The Art of Mezzotints at Starbucks in Charleston

Bernie Horton Originals Gallery Presents Works By Mark Horton
By Linda Annas Ferguson

Southern Authors Come To Call at Charleston's Main Library

Jerald Melberg Gallery - Charleston Features Emily Wilson & Arless Day

International Artist Lena Gal Featured At USC-Spartanburg

Red Piano Gallery Presents Ray Ellis/A Lowcountry Legend

Hidell Brooks Gallery Features Works by Brian Rutenberg

Works by Joe Bova at Nina Liu Gallery in Charleston

e-r-l originals Features Works by Richard Jolley

20/20 Vision: Views from the Edge of the Century Showing in Anderson, SC

Asheville Gallery of Art to Show Works by Ann Vasilik

Joyful Contemporary Designs in Focus Gallery at Folk Art Center

Spirit and Mountains Exhibit at the Paint Spot & Gift Gallery in Black Mountain

Artist <- -> Audience: Understanding Contemporary Art at Green Hill Center for NC Art

Gallery C in Raleigh, NC, to Show Works by Wayne Trapp

Somerhill Gallery Features Works by Michael Joerling, Eric Lawing and Barbara Heinrich

Clay Exhibition At Waterworks Visual Arts Center

36th Annual Piedmont Crafts Fair in Winston-Salem

Exhibition of Winslow Homer's Early Art at Reynolda House in Winston-Salem

SECCA to Present The Complete And Enigmatic Print Work Of Terry Winters

Weatherspoon Art Gallery Features Faculty Art and Names Falk Visiting Artists For 1999-2000

College Of Charleston's Halsey Gallery Hosts Six Assemblage Artists in The Right To Assemble Exhibition

Massive Southern Fine And Folk Arts Collection To Open At USC McKissick Museum

Pawleys Island Tour Features Historic Homes, Lowcountry Artists, & Empty Bowls
by Lee Brockington

Traditional Southern Crafts Galore At USC's Fifth Annual Fall Folklife Festival Oct. 9

Winthrop University in Rock Hill Presents GeeGaw Exhibit

Stephen Shoemaker Works to be Featured at the Art Cellar Gallery & Framemakers

Needles & Pens: A Family Legacy Exhibition at the Museum of York County in Rock Hill

Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University Named for University Benefactors

Craven Allen Gallery in Durham, NC, Features Works by Thomas Minor

Two Fall Exhibits Explore Youth Culture And Media Influences at Center for Documentary Studies in Durham, NC

CDS Photo Group Mounts First Exhibit at Center for Documentary Studies

Annual Faculty Exhibit and Works by William Tucker at Davidson College

Works by Peggy Rivers & Dale Duncan on View at Lawson Gallery in York, SC

HoFP Gallery in Columbia, SC, to Host Works by Yasharel

Reflections Of Celtic And Appalachian Heritage at Catawba Sunrise Gallery

Two New Exhibits at Durham Arts Council

Contemporary Baskets Chowan College

The 521 All Stars Exhibit at the Fine Arts Center in Camden, SC

Tryon Fine Arts Center Features Works by Daniel Cromer

Margaret M. Law Exhibit at Spartanburg County Museum of Art

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