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25858
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Robert Ebendorf, a distinguished professor of art at East Carolina University, has been given North Carolina’s highest honor, the North Carolina Award, in recognition of his world-renowned art and jewelry pieces made from gold, silver, bronze, and other unusual materials.
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Edge (NoCar LD 1741 E44 E33), Vol. Issue , Fall 2011, p25 Periodical Website
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29602
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Five North Carolina jewelry designers, each with a unique skill set and expression of style, are making one-of-a-kind adornments. Their jewelry is made from a variety of natural materials using a range of artistic techniques. They describe their pieces as a reflection of spirituality, a representation of history, ecocentrism, and wearable works of art.
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35784
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Art has found a plenteous place in Dare County. Businesses that offered their places included Carolista Jewelry and Design, Barrier Island Gallery, and My Mother’s Place restaurant. Noted were individuals like printmaker Hubby Blevin (also an amateur archaeologist); New York born painter Jean Montana, and woodcarver Gary Storm. This flow of creative juices suggested something in the water—and air—inspired this bustling colony.
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 7 Issue 7, Nov/Dec 1979, p17S-18S
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36178
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Faux was defined as making surfaces look like something else. Faux finishes noted were fresco, Venetian plaster, marbleizing, stenciling, rag painting, sponging, strie (French for stripe or streak), and faux bois (French for fake wood). Referenced were the Italian and French schools that emerged during the Renaissance, the latter profiled artist Pandy Autry reflected in her work.
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