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Photography in the Gallery

An Appalachian Summer Festival invites festivalgoers to join Appalachian State University photography faculty members John Latimer and Chip...
07/18/2013
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Second Saturday at the WCAC

The Watauga County Arts Council presents its Second Saturday Arts Celebration July 13, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Featuring live music, multiple...
07/11/2013
203

Art Comes Alive

Edgewood Cottage Artist in Residence series brings artists and art lovers together
07/11/2013
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Zoey Brookshire opens studio in Boone

Zoey Brookshire’s work has hung in studios and galleries around the world.

Now, the artist has a space in her hometown of Boone to...
07/11/2013
205

Between the Covers

Charlie Lovett and ‘The Bookman’s Tale: A Novel of Obsession’
07/11/2013
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‘Fakes & Facsimiles’ at BRAHM

Gregory Smith is the July featured artist at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum’s community gallery. 

This sought-after...
07/11/2013
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Floral paintings at Carlton Gallery

Carlton Gallery’s continuing 31st Spring Group Exhibition features floral paintings in oils, acrylics and water colors by standing gallery...
07/11/2013
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Norma Fowler paintings at Morning Star Gallery

Morning Star Gallery invites the public to view paintings by Norma Fowler on Friday, July 12, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

This is the first...
07/11/2013
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Downtown Boone Art Crawl Friday

The First Friday Art Crawl returns to downtown Boone July 5, and participating galleries and businesses will open their doors in celebration of...
07/03/2013
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‘Blowing Rock and Beyond’

15 regional artists find new views of High Country locales
07/03/2013
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‘Nothing Could Be Finer’

For The Art Cellar, nothing could be finer than artist David Birmingham’s latest exhibition — literally.

Titled “Nothing Could Be...
07/03/2013
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Paper cranes honor fallen soldiers

At the beginning of President George W. Bush’s second term in office, Hunter Levinsohn had some serious apprehensions about the next four years...
07/03/2013
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Connie Winters at Carlton Gallery

Carlton Gallery continues its 31st Spring Group Exhibition with art in paintings, glass, wood, sculpture, clay, wearable fiber and fine jewelry....
07/03/2013
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Heritage Day at Bolick and Traditions Saturday

Bolick and Traditions Pottery will hold their 22nd annual Heritage Day and Wood Kiln Opening from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday June 29.  
06/27/2013
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Artists settle in Meat Camp

Keith Lambert and Willie Baucom are trying to make the Meat Camp community known more than just for a pretty drive in the countryside. 
06/27/2013
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‘Approaching the Edge of Color’

Carlton Gallery, continuing its 31st Spring Group Exhibition, is exhibiting new works by Andrew Braitman, an artist of national stature, with an...
06/20/2013
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'30 Shades of Sporn'

Joan Sporn feels like her paintings exude serotonin.

“Because it makes me feel so good to create them,” the Linville artist said. “Not...
06/20/2013
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Guilty as Charged?

Watauga native confirms court decision in new Tom Dula book
06/20/2013
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BRAHM’s Art Ball set for June 27

The Blowing Rock Art and History Museum is sponsoring its inaugural Art Ball, themed “It’s Never Too Late to Make a Great Impression!,” from...
06/20/2013
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'30 Shades of Sporn'

Linville artist Joan Sporn shows new works at Alta Vista
06/13/2013

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