On March 4, 311 Gallery hosted an opening for All Abstract, which featured more than 80 works form artists across the country.
This Durham-based artist engages viewers with work that uses color and portraiture to express — and evoke — deep emotions.
The Spruce Pine artist studies wildlife closely, then covers her intricate replicas in skin created from vintage art.
A traveling exhibit that has sold out across the States, Van Gough: The Immersive Experience is finally on its way to the City of Oaks.
Jaki Shelton Green, the ninth Poet Laureate of North Carolina, captures the beauty and cruelty of humanity her writing.
Actor, dancer, and singer Robert Hartwell has success on and off the stage — and is bringing his talents to NC Theatre.
On Dec. 5, Marjorie Hodges and Allen Thomas of Artsuite hosted an open house gallery tour at The Hudson to showcase some of its artists.
On Dec. 5, Boylan Heights turned into a giant art gallery for its 29th year. Several artists won awards in memory of Elizabeth Dunbar.
This year’s BEAS fundraising luncheon at CAM featured an artist conversation with Lakea Shepard moderated by Colony Little.
On Sept. 28, Charlotte Russell Contemporary celebrated their inaugural exhibition at their Five Points location, Color Interactions.
NC State first-year design students study form, function, and movement through inventive garments made of paper.
An interview with the anonymous creator of Found This Art, who will be dropping tiny paintings around Raleigh this month.
The Hillsborough based painter is known for his colorful work that combines realism and abstraction.
On June 26, Horse & Buggy Press hosted an opening reception for Looking Out, Looking In: Drawings, Prints and Books by Ippy Patterson at PS 118 Gallery on West Parrish Street in Durham.