March 25-May 16, 2013
Contemporary works, cutting edge pieces and modern artistic approaches.
Graham Auman's multi-layered soft surface paintings offer contemplation with a nature-inspired palette.
Glass river rocks, veined and blotched with high-key color by Thor and Jennifer Bueno are sandblasted and painted with translucent luster to give a sense of time and perseverance.
Betty Clark's abstract expressionist paintings give voice to life's chaos and the transcendence of endurance.
The elegantly expressive vessels of ceramic artist Michael Hamlin-Smith combine his love of flowers, Oriental forms, Scandinavian design, and Midcentury Modern.
Working in pencils, ink, charcoal, pastels, acrylic, and oil paints on canvas, paper, and Mylar, artist Kenn Kotara's contemporary artworks reflect his architectural background and perpetual curiosity with space and form.
A ballpoint pen is the only tool needed by Matthew Micca to create his scientifically based drawings of imagined universes.
Oil on wood paintings by Daniel Nevins present a new representation of nature ruled by emotion and defined by color.
Ceramicist Jeff Pender evokes a sense of mystery and discovery with his beautifully constructed clay sculptures.
Wanda Steppe's paintings of imaginary landscapes compel contemplation of the uncertainties of life and our spiritual journeys in adapting to the most unlikely situations.
The large, elegant ceramic vessels of David Stuempfle are inspired by his love of Chinese and Japanese wares and Korean folk pottery.
"Not the life we imagined" is a recurring theme in Bob Trotman’s dazzling life-sized wood sculptures.
Anatoly Tsiris releases the inherent beauty of individual woods in his massive turned vessels.
Anthony Ulinski's paintings raise the ordinary and everyday to sacred and elegant levels with his use of impasto oil and wax.
Stories Under the Stars:
Saturday, May 18
Kannapolis Branch Library
Free outdoor family performance includes stories and songs.
Living Room Reading Series:
The Dixie Swim Club
Sunday, May 19
Old Courthouse Theatre
Free reading of PG-13 rated comedy.
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The arts council is looking for volunteer docents for The Galleries and ushers for Davis Theatre productions.More information...