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‘Mountains, Legends and Lore’ at Avery Gallery

Currently on view at the Avery Gallery, “Mountains, Legends and Lore” combines the two-dimensional artwork of Lillian Trettin and Linda Elksnin with the face jug pottery of Remo Piracci.
06/07/2012
342

On the Same Page

Ashe County’s literary festival announces 2012 authors, dates
06/07/2012
343

First Friday Roundup

June’s First Friday starts tomorrow in Boone’s Downtown District, featuring work by artists and free food, music and drinks.
05/31/2012
344

Carlton hosts 30th Spring Opening

Carlton Gallery, celebrating 30 years, is hosting its Spring Opening Reception on Saturday, May 26.
05/24/2012
345

The Anti-Norman Rockwell

North Carolina sculptor’s work convey doubt, fear and awkwardness
05/24/2012
346

20 Years in the Cellar

May marks the beginning of The Art Cellar Gallery’s 20th anniversary season, and the celebration begins this week with the opening of the first show and a reception on Saturday, May 26.
05/24/2012
347

Knight Photos

The Avery Arts Council announces the retrospective exhibition of photographer Byron Knight.
Knight, who is from east Tennessee, was residing in...
05/17/2012
348

Castles in the Sky

Having painted frescoes on walls in churches, community buildings and businesses for more than two decades, Blowing Rock artist Roger Nelson is used...
05/17/2012
349

Sculptor to give May Third Thursday Lecture at BRAHM

Sculptor Bob Trotman, known for his eccentric figures carved out of wood, will give the May Third Thursday lecture at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum at 4 p.m. on May 17.
05/17/2012
350

Kehoe receives Capote Award in Creative Writing

Kathryn Kehoe of Cary has been awarded the Truman Capote Literary Trust Award in Creative Writing for 2012-13.
05/17/2012
351

Sculptor to give May Third Thursday Lecture at BRAHM

Trotman’s work can be found in the permanent collections of museums across the East Coast.
05/10/2012
352

Lorraine Wilson Jewelry at ArtWalk

ArtWalk now features the eclectic work of Nashville-based jeweler Lorraine Wilson.
05/10/2012
353

Art Attack!

The High Country has long been considered a mecca for visual artists, but this summer, we will be losing a couple dozen of the region’s brightest...
05/10/2012
354

From Mountains to Seagrove

WHS ceramicists earn place in inaugural Seagrove exhibit
05/10/2012
355

Leaving Their Mark

The halls of Watauga High School will never be the same, and many students, teachers and administrators are very proud of that.

They had a...
05/10/2012
356

First Friday Art Crawl Friday

The First Friday Art Crawl returns to downtown Boone May 4.
05/03/2012
357

Watermedia season begins May 12

Artist Tunde Afolayn to give demo at Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff
05/03/2012
358

CJS Gallery hosts BFA Senior Studio Exhibition

Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University presents the BFA Senior Studio Exhibition: Spring 2012.
05/03/2012
359

Taylor Made

Artist Cathy Taylor exhibits new works in May in Blowing Rock
04/26/2012
360

Turchin Center hosts ‘Draw-a-thon’ Saturday

The Spring Draw-a-thon is a free campus and community event that celebrates and promotes drawing, creativity, spontaneity and artistic collaboration.
04/26/2012

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