Whether you are on the hunt for original works of art for your home or just in need of some art therapy to soothe your mind, Charlotte art galleries are open and have new exhibits and artists to show you.
Abecedarian: Oct 7th – Oct 30th
‘Abecedarian’ features 26 new paintings from Kim Ferreira, each representing a letter of the alphabet and celebrating Joie de Vivre. Kim’s art will be accompanied by colorful ceramics by Erin Moran.
Bird Song: Nov 4th – Nov 28th
A Chorus of Artwork Celebrating Our Feathered Friends
‘Bird Song’ is a group exhibition featuring work by Sabra Crockett, Duy Huynh, Bridgette Guerzon Mills, Janel Pahl, Kendra Baird Runnels, Hannah Seng and Mary Alayne Thomas, with ceramics from Julie Johnson and Becky Story.
Wish List: Nov 4th – Nov 28th
‘Wish List’ features new small works, just in time for holiday shopping! Participating artists include Elizabeth Davant, Janet Eskridge, Lesley Frenz, Nicole Parish and Jen Stefanek.
Gallery Visits / Online Shopping
Due to Covid-19 Lark & Key has shifted from regular retail hours and is focusing online and by appointment. As we approach the holiday season, walk-in hours may be reinstated. Please email [email protected] with questions or to schedule an appointment. Artwork can also be viewed and purchased via our website. Local pick up and deliveries are available.
700 East Blvd, Suite 1 Charlotte, NC 28203
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StudioWorks Artist Collective and Gallery will be reopening soon in their beautiful new location at 307 East Boulevard in the historic Dilworth neighborhood. Housing working studios and providing a gallery backdrop for these talented regional artists, StudioWorks offers a unique experience to view and purchase art directly from the artist in their studio. Currently open by appointment with Open Studio Days slated in the near future.
1705 East Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28203
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Hodges Taylor is pleased to present #stillcontemporary, a group exhibition in celebration of the gallery’s 40th anniversary, now open through fall 2020.
After completing the interior upfit with a team of design partners, Hodges Taylor’s inaugural exhibition in our new location (1414 S. Tryon, Suite 130, Charlotte, NC 20203) features all 27 of the gallery’s artist partners and highlights a selection of paintings, sculptures, photographs, and objects that capture the essence of each artist’s craft. While an in-person event will follow, visitors are welcome during open hours, by appointment, and invited to view the full exhibition online: hodgestaylor.com/stillcontemporary.
SEPTEMBER 26 – NOVEMBER 7, 2020
Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Kim Keever’s boldly colored, abstract images. Keever photographically captures colliding, billowing colors into a soft yet explosive choreography, creating imagery as beautiful as it is technical. Trained as an engineer, Keever uses precision and innovation to compose his photographs, utilizing a strategic dispersal of specially prepared pigments into a 200-gallon aquatic tank, creating dynamic, random movement confined within the glass walls. After photographing through the glass, Keever crops the images to achieve the desired compositions. In this process dualities emerge: the images exist in a space between chance and control, between explosiveness and grace. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery.
VIEW EXHIBITION IN THE GALLERY MON-FRI 10-6, SAT 10-4 OR FROM HOME VIA IN THE UNDERWATER CANVAS VIEWING ROOM, SEPT 26-NOV 7. 2020.
Please email us at [email protected] or call 704.365.3000. with all inquiries.
The Art Salon CLT is thrilled to announce that the Fall Art Salon is back! In partnership with Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art, The Art Salon is collaborating with 6 of Charlotte’s favorite interior designers to bring a bit of home to the beautiful space at The Collector’s Room, featuring over 40 emerging and established artists. Registration is required for the evening shows on Wednesday, October 28th and Thursday, October 29th – email [email protected] to receive registration link. Open House hours are Thursday, October 29th from 10am-3pm and do not require registration. Social distancing protocols will be in place, and masks are required.
Both new and seasoned art collectors have the opportunity to support artists and McColl Center for Art + Innovation while enjoying art inspired by change, growth, and connectedness.
The Virtual Benefit Art Sale and auction is Thursday, October 29th is 7:00 p.m.
and features 75 original pieces of art created by artists in Charlotte and across the United States. With pieces starting at $250, the virtual sale + auction will begin with bidding at 70% of the retail price.
Purchase your tickets now and use code SCOOP10 for $10 off. (here)
You will be entered to win a framed piece by Amy Cheng and have early access to a ticketholder preview!
721 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
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