Spring Art Show at 123 Art Studios Featuring Local Artist, Emma Skurnick Also featuring the Open Studio Group And 10 more local artists Date: March 23 & 24, 2019 Time: 11am – 5 pm Location: 123 Beech Forest Way, Pittsboro, NC 27312 123 Art Studios proudly features the original paintings and drawings of North Carolina… Read More →
The fine folks at Hobbs Architects in downtown Pittsboro are powering our Meet This Artist series this year. Architecture is art, and the Hobbs crew values art in our community. They join us in inviting you to take a look. Meet your very inspiring neighbors. Meet This Artist . . . I got to sit down with… Read More →
Lauren deSerres will be exhibiting a small selection of paintings at the Pittsboro Yoga Garden through January 2019. All works are for sale.
Come to Pittsboro on 9/22 or 9/23 from 11am to 5pm and visit 123 Art Studios where you’ll experience the eye of an artistic storm. This art show will feature the works of 11 local artists in a wondrously diverse array of media, from ethereal landscapes and piquant mixed media commentary to earthen sculptures, this… Read More →
Amidst a wilderness of animals and spirits of the wild, I met with artist Shannon Bueker. In fact, we were not out in the wilds of Chatham County, but in her home studio, densely-packed with her lush paintings of animals and people in their element and on the move. Almost indistinguishable at times, the forms are… Read More →
“I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”― Albert Einstein The annual Day of the Books/ El Día de los Libros is coming up on Saturday, April 29th, ready to bring books to life and delight in both… Read More →
Our kids’ festival of folk art fun!
Reception in conjunction with the unveiling the Galloway Ridge Artists Collaboration’s 15th Exhibit. Celebrating our 5th year for this program. Share with friends of the arts.
Artist Allison Tierney is known for applying paint in a “non-traditional”style. But paint isn’t the only thing she is applying to her canvases. “My pieces often employ found items that are embedded within the frame and these objects bring with them histories and stories of their past,” she said. Even the scraps from her paintings… Read More →
** Postponed to Sunday, October 4, 2015 due to a forecast of rain ** The original advertisement was not much bigger than a postage stamp. But in the back of the The New Yorker magazine, the ad captured the eyes of a unique bunch of people. Many residents of Fearrington Village were lured here from jobs in prestigious educational institutions, international outposts,… Read More →