Fall Art Show

What: Fall Art Show
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Where: Davidson County Community College, Mendenhall Building
297 DCC Road, Thomasville, NC 27360
When: Wednesday, August 24, 2016
4 – 6 p.m.
Why: Thirteen artists from around North Carolina are showing artwork in several mediums, including fabric art, stone sculpture, oils, acrylics, mixed media, gouache, and photography.

The show includes the following artists:

  • Jeff Bohan of Winston-Salem exhibits abstract figures in mixed media and creates a sense of motion through the use of design.
  • Teri Emmi of Kernersville shows traditional oil paintings of street scenes and landscapes in a somewhat impressionistic manner.
  • Joan Evans of Winston-Salem exhibits both black and white and color photography of cows, birds, and landscapes.
  • Judith Glazier of High Point exhibits mainly impressionistic acrylic and oil paintings of animals and landscapes.
  • John Gusdon of Winston-Salem displays large sculpture pieces carved from North Carolina stones.
  • Kathy Johnson of Lexington exhibits fiber art created from original paintings on fabric, which has thread sewn into the design.
  • Linda Lindsly of Lewisville shows colorful acrylic and mixed media paintings of animals, flowers, and people.
  • Patrick M. Lynch of Welcome exhibits original photography works that are direct positive fiber base prints. Each image is the actual photographic paper used in the camera when the photo was taken.
  • Audrey Lynge of Midway exhibits mixed media works done with stencils, spray ink, watercolor, and pencil, and inspired by sights of New York City.
  • Barbara Mellin of Winston-Salem displays monotype prints created with color and composition as the main criteria.
  • Gail Roberts of Winston-Salem displays large colorful acrylic paintings done in an abstract manner with a defined movement of brushstrokes.
  • Barbara Satow of Winston-Salem displays a variety of mediums, including oil, gouache, pastel, and oil pastel paintings of animals and flowers.
  • Emily Thompson of Siler City displays pen and ink drawings of flowers, as well as acrylic paintings of still lifes and landscapes.