If you’re a regular traveler in and out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport, you’ll want to check out the newly opened expansion of Concourse A. One of its most striking features is a public artwork titled “Interconnected,” which is being billed as the largest data-driven digital public art installation.
North Carolina sculptor Bob Trotman will have two shows this fall in the Charlotte area, both called “Business as Usual.” One runs Sept. 8-Dec. 14 at UNC Charlotte Uptown’s Projective Eye Gallery. The other is at Davidson College’s Van Every/Smith Galleries, Oct. 19-Dec. 8.
Went back the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte Sunday to see the “State of the Art” show, and specifically the latest action on Jonathan Schipper’s “Slow Room.” This carefully arranged room of furniture has seen big changes since my last visit in April. All the objects are connected by strings to a winch hidden behind … More At The Mint, Jonathan Schipper’s ‘Slow Room’ slowly destroys itself
A group of artists from Davidson’s St. Alban’s Neighborhood Artists are showing their work in the atrium gallery at the Davidson Town Hall through May 12, 2017. A reception is planned tonight (Tuesday, April 4) from 6 to 7:30, where visitors can meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments.
Color and black and white photographs by Heather Hanson of Davidson are on display through mid-October in the lobby of Davidson Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. Davidson.
April is for #Arts in Davidson. Joyce Wynes is showing her paintings (including those above) all month atTown of Davidson, NC — Town Hall . She’ll be there during this Friday’s gallery crawl, 6-9pm. Stop by and see her. Wynes describes her work as “bright, bold, colorful, flat, and semi-abstract to abstract.” She says she loves … More It’s an arts weekend in Davidson
Tilly and I spent the day in Charlotte April 2, visiting museums and wandering around town. Here are a few photos.
Andy Dunnill, the British-born metal sculptor who created Davidson’s first public art piece, died January 29, 2016. Dunnill was an art professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, which announced his death this week.
Davidson artist Ed Harris spent his career in engineering, real estate management and investment, but art has always been a passion. An exhibition of his oil paintings titled “Living & Dying” is on display through October 18, 2015, in the Atrium Gallery at Davidson Town Hall. “I’ve been drawing all my life, that’s been a … More Ed Harris paintings at Town Hall: ‘Living & Dying’