DCCC Hosts Fall Art Show "New Visions"

Enjoy native North Carolina artists' latest collections.

Nicole Arnold from High Point: Arnold exhibits acrylic paintings with an emphasis on gears and an abstractive colorful background accenting the black floating mechanisms.

Ginnie Conaway of Winston-Salem: Conaway exhibits delicately colorful watercolors and acrylics emphasizing nature, reflections, patterns and light.

Ray Travis of Advance: Travis exhibits Raku pottery in the form of vases, bowls and cat sculptures. His paintings in oil and pastel reflect mainly scenic views.

C.S. Young of High Point: Young exhibits mostly black and white photography, with a special emphasis on decayed and crumbling buildings indicating the passage of time.

Judi Russell of Bermuda Run: Russell exhibits finely designed paintings in water media and mixed media with an emphasis on color, shape, texture and patterns.

Fe Alicia de la Torre of Winston-Salem: de la Torre displays her oil paintings of landscapes, people, still lifes and animals which tell a story, picture an event, or depict a memory. 

 Elizabeth Marchand of Kernersville: Marchand exhibits her colorful oil and acrylic paintings of antique cars and landscapes. 

 Barbara Mellin of Winston-Salem: Mellin exhibits landscapes, buildings, and still lifes in a variety of printmaking methods including woodcut, linoleum cut and dry point etching.

 

WHO: Davidson County Community College, Davidson Campus

WHAT: Reception featuring eight visual artists from North Carolina

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

WHEN: August 18, 2015, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

WHERE: B. E. Mendenhall Junior Building, Davidson County Community College, Main Campus

 

About Davidson County Community College
Founded in 1963, Davidson County Community College is noted for its quality educational programs and services. As one of 58 institutions within the North Carolina Community College System, DCCC offers studies in more than 50 degree programs. A fully accredited, multi-campus college, DCCC celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 and is looking forward to serving students in Davidson and Davie counties for many years to come. The college is committed to developing minds, inspiring imaginations and preparing students for enhanced career and educational opportunities within a changing global environment. Visit Davidson County Community College at davidsonccc.edu.