Eyes On Alamance

Eyes on Alamance - a group exhibition in The Sister Galleries of Alamance Arts from January 18 - March 27, 2024 from 9-5 Monday through Saturday. FREE

Alamance Arts begins the new year of 2024 exhibits by celebrating Alamance County. Eyes on Alamance is a group show featuring artists of all mediums with ties to Alamance County. Through this exhibit Alamance Arts is celebrating the creativity, sights and stories of the people who live in Alamance County.

Each piece incorporated in the Eyes on Alamance exhibit describes or depicts an Alamance County location, event, or experience. This exhibit bridges the wide variety of Alamance County voices and artistic perspectives. It is a clear message of the breadth and wealth of creative thinking and community care that grows in Alamance County.

Alamance Arts is honored to be showing the work of 32 artists of Alamance County. The wide variety of mediums in Eyes on Alamance exhibit includes: acrylic painting, books, digital artwork, oil painting, painted bobbins, pencil drawing, photography, poetry, pottery, watercolors paintings, and wood-turning.

Featuring Artists:

Mary Archer, Jake Campbell, Barbara Clayton, Randall Davis, James & Rita Duxbury, Linda Fowler, Kathleen Gwinett, Gayle Hardy, Ame Jo Hughes, Marc Kennedy, Kate LaDew, Frank Lane, Carolyn Langley, Sean Leahy, Steckley Lee, Nerys Levy, Doran Marold, Asja Milak, Keith O'Leary, Anna Peterson, Steven C Poliseno, Coy Quakenbush, Fabian Ramos-Jimenez, Sandy Scott, Jaki Shelton Green, Antje Shiflett, George Siple, Cheryl Wilder, Abigail Wilson, Luz Winkle (Mio), Giannina Woods, and Barb Young

Tammy Cobb / arts@alamancearts.org




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