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North Carolinian Joe King wins fame abroad for his sought after paintings, under the alias of Vinciata. Ventriloquist, comedian, playwright, and painter, King began a series of portraits and other canvases with restrained and harmonious colors, an individualized and instantly recognizable style. His first North Carolina exhibit will be held on May 7 in the Tomlinson Exhibition building.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 24, Apr 1962, p11, 23, por
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24519
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Al Fincher, an artist from Charlotte, dedicated his time to painting historic buildings in each of North Carolina’s 100 counties; his watercolors are presented here.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 45 Issue 2, July 1977, p12-13, 38, il, por
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16081
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Mr. Marling is well remembered for his portraits and miniatures of important North Carolina citizens. One of his most noted paintings depicts the State House circa the early 1800s. Mrs. Marling taught at the Raleigh Academy and specialized in painting on paper, satin, and velvet.
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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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Raising Renee is a documentary film that will feature at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham. The film profiles nationally known Durham painter Beverly McIver who teaches art at North Carolina Central University. The subject of the film is about McIver’s decision to care for her mentally handicapped sister after her mother’s death. The article discusses major points in the film and McIver’s life after the decision.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 28 Issue 15, April 2011, p21 Periodical Website
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29699
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Kathleen Turczyn, a former statistician, is now a renowned oil painter in Burnsville, North Carolina. Her current works vary in size, style and subject matter, including portraits of people, landscapes and animals.
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29790
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Diane S. Dean is a painter in Hendersonville, North Carolina who values the people part of doing her art above all else. She loves interacting with people at art festivals, and her extroverted personality lends itself well to working closely with clients to create commissioned pieces. Most of her acrylic paintings are of natural landscapes and flowers.
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The Grovewood Gallery will debut Shawn Krueger’s solo exhibition, Southern Migrations, in July and August. Krueger has become a fixture in the Asheville art scene, being drawn into the multitude of landscapes available in the region. His painting style is tonalism, which is an American progressive art form featuring by soft tones and dark hues, creating the effect of a colored atmosphere or mist.
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29868
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Rebecca Kahrs is a watercolor painter and owner of the Dragonfly art gallery in Brevard, North Carolina. She paints flora and fauna of the region, and has produced several videos for people learning how to paint.
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Joe Seme of Linville is one of the nation’s outstanding realist artists. Seme, who is entirely self-taught, credits his success to ideals passed on from a college writing professor and a day he spent in the North Carolina mountains. His still life paintings have featured old books, farm houses, and old mills.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 12 Issue 1, Jan 1980, p8-9, il, por Periodical Website