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Reidsville artist Mel Steele travels the state in search of timeless scenes of rural life, which he transforms into realistic works of art.
Reidsville artist Mel Steele is profiled in this OUR STATE magazine article. Steele built his reputation on painting realistic, rural scenes in the 1980s and 1990s. Now he is moving away from that style and is creating colorful portraits and landscapes and abstract expressionist works.
The work of the Greek-born artist Chryssa will be on display in the Twentieth Century Gallery through January. The exhibition demonstrates the variety in her work from early newspaper drawings through her pioneering use of neon in the 1960s to the plater letter plaques of the 1970s.