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for NC Arts Vol. 2 Issue 2, Feb 1986
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Four different North Carolina artists are profiled, detailing their persistence and dedication to the work that saturates their lives and personalities. The featured artists are Russell Peck, Playwright Karen Jones-Meadows, Choreographer Sal Aiello, and Painter Claude Howell.
Frank Faulkner is an acclaimed painter from Marshville, North Carolina who gained popularity in New York City. Faulkner believes his experience in the city is what led him to his successful art career. In contrast, painter and sculptor Carl Peverall believes North Carolina has allowed for him to explore the limits of his feelings and energies through his art.
The 1980 United States Census of Population and Housing show that North Carolina ranks fourteenth in the nation for number of artists. A range of statistics are provided, indicating that North Carolina’s artists are diverse in their occupations, where they live and what they earn from their art form.