Alien Landscapes of Tracy Lindenthal and a Special Selection from the artists of the Electric Pyramid bring you a feast for the senses along with selected works from the Delurk Collective.
Click pic for more! This month come celebrate the return of Jody Erickson and Justin Holm to their home, Winston-Salem and feast your eyes on the latest works by longtime Winston-Salem artist Laura Lashley.
Join us at the April gallery hop where we will have the paintings of Jonathan Lindsay and Adam Lefevre. Also, the opening of Attractive Opposites (image and word) by Kevin Calhoun and Eric G. Wilson.
Guest Artist Collaborators:
Liz Simmons and Zap McConnell
“Saints of All Things Discarded”
“An installation from the shared brain of my space sister, Zap McConnell.
While we have had our art together in shows before,
We have never had a show where we shared the same brain to create it.” - Liz Simmons
Featured Member Collaborations:
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First Friday Gallery Hop! the celebration continues with a Special showcase of actively participating regional Art-o-Mat Artists, Art-o-Mat pieces side x side with full scale works curated by the Art-o-Mat archive and a special showcase of the rising seniors in UNC Charlotte's BFA program curated by artist John Hairston, Jr.
Second Annual - To give people an opportunity to show a broader range of work, we scrapped our original February 2016 show idea at Delurk to give you a show with a broader theme. So broad in fact, that there's no theme at all! We considered calling the show "everything but the kitchen sink", but then we thought about it, and decided... ehh.. you can even submit your kitchen sink if you want!
NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING date/time subject to change due to holiday
Guest Artists Maggie Snoke, Charleston, SC and Jason Antaya, Chicopee, Massachusetts Longtime Delurker Will Safrit and Founding Member Chad Beroth have teamed up this fall to create a body of work that at once playful and evocative. That's all we are going to say, for now. You can catch a glimpse in the teaser image. Come Delurk yourself and find out what this strange alchemy hath wrought.
''adam-mah' is fiercely physical dance theatre that you can see, hear, touch and smell.' - Star News, Wilmington, NC
Supported by a grant from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, Alban Elved Dance Company, a 501-c-3 non-profit organization, is looking for partners to bring 'adam-mah' to a broad range of audiences ages high school and up.
The Fantastic Worlds of John D. Gall
Recent paintings by John D. Gall bring forth an extension of his work done over the past 25 years but with a much more surreal influence within his subject matter. Those familiar with his work may be surprised to see paintings rather than original prints (etching and relief) but John’s unique imagery or “artistic signature” is ever present in any medium he uses. All the new paintings exhibit a heightened sense of color, being vibrant and rich.
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ALSO THIS MONTH:
Introducing Krista Culpepper + Infinite Lawrence
Featuring the paintings of Kendall Doub and Severn Eaton in two separate collectiond reflecting contemporary themes entitled "For the Birds" and "Toward Chaos" respectively. Also on exhibit: selected works from the Delurk Collective.