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Why did you paint that? Meet the Artist
Mar
12
6:00 PM18:00

Why did you paint that? Meet the Artist

Meet the Artist (Jennifer O’Kelly) on 1/2 Price Wine Night

What is this about? Why do I paint these things? What brought be back to Winston Salem? What is Delurking? Get your questions ready! I'm going to do my best to answer every one! #dtws #findithere #wsnc #wsncart Thanks to Bookmarks for the Circus Books and Foothills Brewing for hosting this fun event!

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Meet the artist, try something new, and connect

Join us for a fun and informal artist talk hosted by Footnotes Coffee and Cocktails!

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OPEN CALL! Deadline for Entry Jan 21, 2019
Dec
21
to Jan 21

OPEN CALL! Deadline for Entry Jan 21, 2019

Theme: 
For being such a short month, there’s a lot going on in February. From Presidents Day, to Black History Month, to Groundhog Day, and Valentines Day, to all the important historical figure’s birthdays; like George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Rosa Parks. It’s a pretty packed month. It’s also National American Heart Disease awareness month. Eating Disorder Awareness week is in February, as is National Condom Week and National Cancer Day. (We give heart disease a month, condoms a week, and cancer a day. And we wonder why we haven’t cured cancer yet?) A lot of important people died in February also, like Malcolm X, Sid Vicious, and Andy Warhol to name a few. Anyway, the point is, it’s an odd month where we celebrate and recognize several historical births and deaths, black history, love and affection, heart disease, a groundhog’s shadow and condoms. So what better way for Delurk to celebrate February than with a show about love, hope, life, death, rodents, prophylactics, spirit... and spirits? EIDOLONS! Which incidentally not only means spirits or phantoms, but also means idealized people or things. A weird word for a weird month. On that note; “Eidolon” is the show! Interpret it as you will... and submit art! 

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Opening Night! Creatures of Fortune
Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

Opening Night! Creatures of Fortune

Calling All Artists: We are seeking entries for a juried art show to open December 1st 2017 that are inspired by both the natural and the unnatural world to create a menagerie both real and imagined to fill Delurk Gallery for the Winter Season to compete in Delurk Gallery's first ever art competition with a  winning purse of $500. That's right, Prize money. 

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Enter Creatures of Fortune
Feb
1
to Feb 25

Enter Creatures of Fortune

Calling All Artists: We are seeking entries for a juried art show to open December 1st 2017 that are inspired by both the natural and the unnatural world to create a menagerie both real and imagined to fill Delurk Gallery for the Winter Season to compete in Delurk Gallery's first ever art competition with a  winning purse of $500. That's right, Prize money. 

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November at Delurk
Nov
3
to Nov 26

November at Delurk

Collaborations:

 

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:

    TALL TALES

a collaboration by 

 DANE WALTERS 

           and 

 CHAD BEROTH

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October at Delurk
Oct
10
to Oct 29

October at Delurk

Featuring two special collections by North Carolina resident artists; John Hairston, Jr. ~ "Native Tongues" and Stacy Crabill ~ "The Secret of Getting Ahead" along with works by Jack Hernon, Dennis Wells, Laura Lashley, Kelly L. Taylor, Emily Beroth, Chad Beroth, Jennifer O'Kelly, Lye Lawrence and, of course, Art-o-Mat.

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DADA's 1st Friday Gallery Hop - May 2017
May
5
7:00 PM19:00

DADA's 1st Friday Gallery Hop - May 2017

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.

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February 2017 - Ground Hop Day - Opening Take Two!
Feb
3
7:00 PM19:00

February 2017 - Ground Hop Day - Opening Take Two!

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! 

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DELURKING NORTH DAVIE ST.
Oct
7
7:01 PM19:01

DELURKING NORTH DAVIE ST.

THE DELURK COLLECTIVE DESCENDS ON GREENSBORO'S CULTURAL DISTRICT

We are heading to Greensboro for a pop up show for October, First Friday. 
The show will be held in a previously vacant building at the corner of Friendly and Davie St which will soon house a new consignment shop called Vintage to Vogue.

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FANTASTIC WORLDS ~ Paintings by John D. Gall + Introducing Krista Culpepper + Infinite Lawrence
Sep
2
7:00 PM19:00

FANTASTIC WORLDS ~ Paintings by John D. Gall + Introducing Krista Culpepper + Infinite Lawrence

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

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March Gallery Hop ~ Roy Nydorf + Kelly L. Taylor
Mar
4
7:00 PM19:00

March Gallery Hop ~ Roy Nydorf + Kelly L. Taylor

Join us during the "Madd as a March Hare" Gallery Hop for an opening reception celebrating the work of Roy Nydorf and the work of Kelly L. Taylor–Two Solo Shows at Delurk in March. Selected works by the Delurk Collective members will also be on view.

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The Kitchen Sink DEADLINE Friday, Jan. 15, 2016!
Jan
15
10:30 PM22:30

The Kitchen Sink DEADLINE Friday, Jan. 15, 2016!

Quite a few people have had a hard time with the "just drawings" limitation of our January drawing show, so to give people an opportunity to show a broader range of work, we've scrapped our original February 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! 

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Fee:
* There is NO submission fee to enter
* Delurk Gallery retains 40% commission from all works sold.

Show Title:
* The KITCHEN SINK

Accepted Mediums:
* ANY

Age Requirements:
* There are no age restrictions

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CHECK THE Kitchen Sink link under the Submissions section of this website.

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Jun
5
7:00 PM19:00

June Gallery Hop - Les III + Alexandra Loesser

Les III ~ Looking Up

"Disco clouds serve as thought provoking atmosphere for us to get our act together, move forward and keep 'Looking Up'". - Les Caison III

In all of his works Les Caison III adds a little something something.   Yeah, that word is repeated twice.  That's my point; Les puts just a touch more in his art than you'd expect.  Whether you choose to see it or not, it's there.  Maybe you will see it with time.  Perhaps your friend will point it out to you at the next exhibition.

Alexandra Loesser ~ The Wild

Alexandra Loesser's paintings are rooted in naturalism but convey a new romanticism as they are laced with references to a vanishing world.  The series, “The Wild,” draws inspiration from the animal kingdom and is meant to capture the dichotomy between these creature's connectedness and detachment to us and their own threatened environment. These pieces question the way we label wild animals as savage and dangerous simply because they are unfamiliar. Loesser feels that the truest form of beauty evokes a haunting quality, and it is from this perspective that she draws meaning for her paintings.

“The wild is not kind, but it is just as it should be.”

“Animals have a real, untapped depth to them, and I want my subjects to have beating hearts.

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"LightNOISE" ~ ENTRY DEADLINE
Feb
20
5:00 PM17:00

"LightNOISE" ~ ENTRY DEADLINE

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Photographic Imagery Open Call Exhibit

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Our first Group show featuring the art of image capture through photographic means.

Photography is the scienceart and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film.[1]

"Susse Frére Daguerreotype camera 1839" by Liudmila & Nelson - Susse Frére camera in the collection of the Westlicht Photography Museum in Vienna, Austria. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Susse_Fr%C3%A9re_Daguerreotype_camera_1839.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Susse_Fr%C3%A9re_Daguerreotype_camera_1839.jpg

"Susse Frére Daguerreotype camera 1839" by Liudmila & Nelson - Susse Frére camera in the collection of the Westlicht Photography Museum in Vienna, Austria. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Susse_Fr%C3%A9re_Daguerreotype_camera_1839.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Susse_Fr%C3%A9re_Daguerreotype_camera_1839.jpg

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