What a lovely experience the Precious Metal Show was! This was my first time participating in the event which is held in the most beautiful old church that has been converted into an event space for the Brooklyn Arts Center. I wish I had taken some images of the interior of the space because it was so beautiful! I will make sure to do that next time!
Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst is held on the grounds of the Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown NY. I didn't get a chance to tour the mansion but I love the lines of this old greenhouse structure! See you there in September 2017!
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First Friday Opening
February 7, 2014
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2012-2013 North Carolina Arts Council Visual Artist, Craft Artist, and Film/Video Artist Fellowships Recipients:
Ryan Buyssens, sculptor, Charlotte
Notasia DeRubertis, narrative filmmaker, Durham
Travis Donovan, installation artist, Chapel Hill
Scott Hazard, sculptor, Raleigh
Brandon Jones, designer/sculptor, Greensboro
Becky and Steve Lloyd, ceramists, Clyde
David McConnell, sound sculptor/installation artist, Raleigh
Daniel Nevins, painter, Asheville
Marek Ranis, experimental/video artist, Charlotte
Dana Raymond, sculptor, Garner
Amanda Small, ceramist, Chapel Hill
Tracy Spencer-Stonestreet, sculptor, Greensboro
Leigh Suggs, fiber artist, Carrboro
Sarah West, metal artist, Asheville
Jeff Whetstone, experimental filmmaker, Durham
About The North Carolina Arts Council
The North Carolina Arts Council works to make North Carolina The Creative State where a robust arts industry produces a creative economy, vibrant communities, children prepared for the 21st century and lives filled with discovery and learning. The Arts Council accomplishes this in partnership with artists and arts organizations, other organizations that use the arts to make their communities stronger and North Carolinians—young and old—who enjoy and participate in the arts.
I was born in Seattle and recently I took a trip to visit my family. I love traveling because it gives me a chance to step outside of myself and my daily routine. My horizon widens and I am able observe my surroundings with a certain freshness. Here are some images from my travels.
Wow! What a beautiful and moving show! The El Anatsui retrospective,When I Last Wrote You About Africa, is at the North Carolina Art Museum. I highly recommend taking the time to go see this thought provoking show.
An exhibition to celebrate the one year anniversary of Light Art+Design in their current location at 601 W. Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill, NC. A lovely gallery, if you get a chance you should definitely visit.
I am very excited to be participating in the exhibition, Splurge at Equinox Gallery in San Antonio, TX. This exhibition features 13 different artists with each artist contributing 13 pieces of jewelry under $100. SPLURGE will run in conjunction with Contemporary Art Month in San Antonio with an opening reception on March 2nd. You can see some pictures of the show here. Below are some pieces that I contributed to the show.
Posted on Saturday, March 10th, 2012 at 7:59pm
I am happy to announce that I am currently completing a residency at Artsapce in Raleigh, NC. I will be enjoying the wonderful atmosphere at Artspace until July 7th. This residency will culminate in an exhibition in August 2012. Come by and enjoy the varied artistic talents of the Artspace member artists, gallery spaces and First Friday events.