I’ve of course known about Peter for a bit as we live in the same city. Saw below on IG this week. You can find him on Saatchi Art and Artsy.
Curtis and I both have a piece in All Abstract. In the past I’ve spent time exploring clouds as well (search #abstractionallaroundus on IG).
Been following Rick on IG, nice to finally see one ITR at 311 Gallery in Raleigh.
Was looking through the show archives at Lee Hansley gallery, which are still up even though Lee passed last year, and was drawn to Robert’s piece below. If you’re interested in learning more about this Raleigh-based practitioner who used the Strawvalley design complex to bring Modernist Art to the area in the 1950s, you can check out Design Duet.
In addition to being a local fixture as the head of graduate studies at UNCCH, Lien has also been a Joan Mitchell Foundation recipient (and like Brett and Ashlynn and several others I’ve blogged about, is in Front Burner).
If, like me, you regularly drive down #Raleigh Boulevard, you’ve seen Kenneth’s work. You should follow his IG feed, looks like some new things are happening…
As I’ve written about in my bio, I first began to think of myself as an artist in undergraduate school. Having spent that time in the Charlotte area, there were of course a number of Herb’s pieces around and about; as an aspiring artist, I was impressed at the time with the maturity of his voice, as his paintings are easily recognizable￼. Photographs also never really convey the physicality of the surfaces of his paining either. And like Jason he’s originally from Raleigh.
Although Jason is based in NYC now many of you know he is from Raleigh.
Is in Front Burner along with George and Ashlynn and Barbara and Donald
Continuing in the spirit of focusing on local artists- Ashlynn, in addition to being a dang good painter, is responsible in large measure for Front Burner (which we can all go enjoy when Covid is over…).
Switching it up for the next week or so and blogging about local artists. Picking Martha first since I just saw below in her IG feed this week.
#GalleryC has Horace in rotation for their new best of NC virtual tour- snaps, posthumously.
New Optics looks great! George is local to the Triangle and is showing at the Horace Williams house, too.
#georgemckim #thepaintingcenter #horacewilliamshouse