Charlotte Art & Gallery News for November 2019

New for November at Hidell Brooks
jenny nelson + laura sanders + mary nelson sinclair

laura sanders | vacancy 2016
oil on canvas | 61 x 43 inches

Artists Exhibition: Libby Smart, Christina Dowdy, Ashley Stewart, Shannon Woodford, Patti Ratcliffe, Sherri Jones
November 5 | Alexander Scott Interiors | 4 – 7 pm

Goodyear Arts: September/October Residency Showcase
November 8 | Goodyear Arts | 6-9 p.m.

Celebrate the Artists-in-Residence for the months of September and October with new works and interactive music performances. Attendees can also enjoy complimentary beer while it lasts from Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and vegan eats from Nourish.

THE MASTERS: Andy Braitman and Curt Butler
November 8 | Shain Gallery | 6-8 pm

Opening Reception: On Paper
November 8 | Jerald Melberg Gallery | 6-8 p.m.

Be there for the opening reception of Lee Hall’s fifth solo exhibition highlighting her colorful, abstracted landscapes. Admission is free.

Arts at the Mill 2019
November 8-10 | Hostoric Mill Downtown Mooresville

Three-day indoor fine arts festival at the historic Mill in downtown Mooresville, NC, allowing nationally-selected artists to display and sell original art.

The Haas Brothers: I Saw Design, and Art Opened Up My Eyes, I Saw Design
November 13 | Soco Gallery | 6-8pm

The gallery will host a public opening reception with the artists on Wednesday, November 13th from 6 – 8PM. The Haas Brothers will be in conversation with Chief Curator Jen Sudul Edwards at the Mint Museum, Uptown on Friday, November 15th at 7PM. The exhibition will present 20 new and never-before-seen works of the artists created specifically for SOCO Gallery. The exhibition will run through January 17, 2020.

Standing Still: Marcy Gregg
November 14 | Anne Neilson Fine Art | 6-8 p.m.

Make plans to attend the opening reception of Standing Still, a solo exhibition featuring Marcy Gregg’s new collection of abstract paintings at Anne Neilson Fine Art. The exhibition runs through December 27.

Sozo Gallery presents: Let Them Eat Cake!
November 14 | Sozo Gallery | 5-7 p.m.

Celebrate Sozo’s sixth anniversary and the closing of VIVID with custom cakes created by local cake artists and champagne.$10 per guest. Proceeds support female owned and operated local businesses and a culinary scholarship at CPCC.

The Outcome
November 14 | McColl Center for Art + Innovation | 6-9 p.m.

Head to the McColl Center for The Outcome, a party celebrating the closing of the fall artist residency season. View works completed in residency, meet the artists, and enjoy live music, complimentary sparkling wine and light bites.

 “Hairflip” by Katherine Boxall Opening Reception
November 15 | New Gallery of Modern Art | 6-8pm

The artist’s first solo show, titled ‘Hairflip’, will feature a selected series of abstract works painted over the course of the past 18 months.

Charlotte Art Collective Holiday Show and Sale
November 16 | Avondale Church | 10 am to 4 pm

One-day, juried show features a mix of 26 established & emerging local artists: paintings, mixed media, printmaking, intriguing photography, functional and decorative pottery, glass, jewelry, book arts, hand-milled soap, wood arts, handmade purses, fiber art and garden sculpture. Supporting the good deeds of Dilworth Cares, the event has a raffle for a “Basketful of Art” –presenting the winner with art & craft valued over $500. All proceeds from the raffle sales go to Dilworth Elementary School.

Stephen Wilson Studio The Albums Now Available

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift? Pick out one of these very limited edition album cover pieces by man-of-the-hour artist Stephen Wilson, the internationally-exhibited contemporary artist using threads and textile based techniques. If you don’t see an album and you’re interested in commissioning your preference please send an email to [email protected] 


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