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3097
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Only New York City, San Francisco, and Santa Fe have a greater concentration of artists than the state's mountains. Among the most notable are Stoney Lamar, woodcarver; Carol Bomer, painter; David Wilson, glassblower; and Michael Sherrill, potter.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 64 Issue 8, Jan 1997, p16-20, il, por Periodical Website
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17869
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In an age of turmoil, North Carolina native, John Beerman turns to artwork to the calming waters of North Carolina.
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22503
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Asheville Community Theatre presents two shows; one an aerial arts piece called 'UP' and the other a chamber musical entitled 'John & Jen', which put romantic and familial love at center stage. 'UP' is presented by Asheville Aerial Arts, artistically directed by Christine Aiken. 'John & Jen' stars Mark Hones and Kelli Mullinix.
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22502
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Pottery artist Ken Sedberry and his wife Connie have created their home in Yancey County to organically incorporate elements from their travels and the environment as well as showcase Ken's art.
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22504
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The 13th annual Asheville Fringe Arts Festival offers multiple daily opportunities to experience multi-genre art performances and installations.
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23646
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McKee presents artists who make and sell instruments, like fiddles and drums, in Western North Carolina.
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23768
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WNC Magazine presents ten of the best emerging artists in Western North Carolina.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 3 Issue 3, May 2009, p62-81, il, por Periodical Website
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23796
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Western North Carolina is home to several artists who recycle cast-out objects into beautiful works of art.
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23813
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Lawrence Mazzanovich (1871-1959) was a famous impressionist style painter who eventually settled in Tryon, North Carolina. He was part of the Tryon Artist Colony, which included many artists from the early 1900s who were based out of Tryon.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 4 Issue 6, August 2010, p28-31, il, por Periodical Website
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23868
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Margaret Curtis is a painter and curator in Tryon, North Carolina who makes art more accessible to the locals in the community.
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27533
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Mountains have played a formative role in Jack Douglas Stern’s life and art. Stern learned to paint while growing up in California, and has since painted mountain scenes throughout the western states. Stern and his family now reside in Tuckasegee, North Carolina, where he continues to capture the nature beauty of his rural surroundings in oils, watercolors and acrylics.
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29304
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An exhibition of works on paper by North Carolina artists will be exhibited this spring in the North Carolina Gallery. Photographs by John Menapace of Durham and Elizabeth Matheson of Chapel Hill will be displayed. Jim Starrett of North Carolina State University, Dennis Zaborowski of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Richard C. of the Southeastern Center of Contemporary Art, and Richard Stenhouse of Charlotte will also have works on display.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Spring 1985, p9-10
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29311
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The art of designer Milo Baughman, of craftsman Marvin Jensen, and of sculptor Winston Tite will all be on display in the North Carolina Gallery this summer and fall. The exhibition offers a chance to explore the interrelationship found in craft, sculpture, and design. The pieces of the three North Carolina-based artists are detailed and the exhibition is previewed.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Summer 1985, p9-11
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29421
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North Carolina artists Ron Rozzelle and Richard Stenhouse will have their drawings exhibited in the North Carolina Gallery this summer and fall. Both artists draw in a very technical, realistic style and incorporate hallucinatory images in their work. Both artists push the boundary of perception and consciousness to portray different versions of reality. The style, technique, tone, and biographies of each Charlotte native are explored.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Summer 1986, p9-10, il
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29609
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The inaugural exhibition in the Museum’s new North Carolina Gallery is titled Inverted Utopias and features 20 key works by Bob Trotman. North Carolina artist Trotman began his career as a furniture maker before transitioning to a full-time sculpture artist in 1997. Trotman’s painted and carved-wood portraits depict people at dramatic transitional moments on the brink of change. His works are often both humorous and unsettling and in unusual positions.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Fall 2010, p6-11