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Photographer friends share glimpses of nature[Oct. 16, 2007]
Chatham Artists Guild member Juan Pons and his close friend Mike Dunn share a life-long love of photography and nature. They will share their passions with visitors to the Nature Art Gallery at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh from Oct 5th through Nov 25th in an exhibit: "Glimpses of Nature".
Art excitement brewing in Chatham[Jul. 27, 2007]
Chatham Artist’s Guild artists will be featured in August and September at the new Carolina Brewery & Grill at the intersection of 15-501 South and Hwy 64 Bypass in Chatham County. The first of a series of Carolina Brewery art exhibits will display two-dimensional works of art by sixteen juried Guild artists.
Count the sheep and artists at "Potluck in a Pasture"[Jul. 8, 2007]
You can count the sheep, the artists and the local ingredients at the next "Potluck in a Pasture" sponsored by ChathamArts on Sunday July 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Pugh's Cedarbrakes Sheep Farm pasture near Silk Hope. Watch Fred and Barbara Pugh's sheepdogs round up the herd while you listen to Celtic harp music, meet local artists and enjoy a farm-fresh supper in a bucolic setting.
Rocky Mount Arts Center presents: Clyde Jones - Critters[Apr. 19, 2007]
The Rocky Mount Art Center presents the exhibition, Clyde Jones: Critters. The exhibit runs through June 10th. On display are wood sculptures and paintings by Clyde Jones internationally recognized folk artist from Bynum, North Carolina.
Paintings, furnishings and jewelry featured at ChathamArts[Mar. 11, 2007]
Pastels, pastoral landscapes, decorative furnishings and custom-designed jewelry - all by Chatham County artists -- will be featured throughout April at ChathamArts Gallery in historic downtown Pittsboro. You can meet the artists at a gallery reception on Sunday April 1 from 12 noon to 5 as part of Pittsboro's First Sunday activities, when shops, galleries and eateries are open all afternoon.
ClydeFest offers hands-on arts fun for children of all ages[Mar. 8, 2007]
Legendary chainsaw carver Clyde Jones and other artists will conduct fun activities with children of all ages at the sixth annual ClydeFest set for Saturday April 28 at the Chatham County Fairgrounds. This year's all-day festivities include hands-on arts workshops where kids can decorate plywood "critters" with Clyde, get their faces painted, enjoy hula hoops, African dancing, story telling, crazy balloons and more.
Chatham Artists Guild supports ChathamArts[Feb. 20, 2007]
Chatham Artists Guild's artists donate original works of art for the "Transforming Our Community For 25 Years" Charity Art Auction, March 18th, at the Barn at Fearrington Village. All proceeds benefit the programs and services of Family Violence & Rape Crisis Services and ChathamArts, Chatham County Arts Council
Fearrrington Arts & Crafts Club seeks community arts grant proposals[Feb. 11, 2007]
The 112-member Fearrington Arts & Crafts club announces its second annual arts grants program for individuals and organizations providing arts programs, particularly to the underserved and youth, in Chatham County. “Each year our members donate small grants ranging from $250-$500 to area groups that are involved with the arts,” vice-president Cheryl Gallan said.
ChathamArts gallery will feature Chatham potters[Feb. 11, 2007]
Some of Chatham County's most outstanding potters -- including several with international reputations -- will showcase their work at ChathamArts Gallery in historic downtown Pittsboro March 1-24. Meet the artists on Sunday March 4, 12 noon-5 during a reception as part of Pittsboro’s First Sunday activities, when shops, galleries and eateries are open.
ChathamArts "Potluck in a pasture" has Victorian flare[Jul. 11, 2006]
ChathamArts next Potluck in a Pasture, Sunday, July 30, 6-8 pm invites guests to wear a favorite hat and something white and play croquet while meeting local artists and savoring delicious homemade dishes, all in view of the famous Celebrity goats. The beautiful rural setting is Celebrity Dairy near Siler City, owned by Fleming and Britt Pfann. The occasion celebrates the importance of Chatham County's artists and agriculture.
Also: Celebrity Dairy
Plein Air exhibit opens renovated gallery[Jun. 25, 2006]
The Friends of the Pittsboro Memorial Library art exhibit for July and August features Chatham County through the eyes of Chatham Plein Air in the newly renovated Reeves Gallery at the library, 158 West St., Pittsboro. This is the group's second annual show of outdoor paintings to be enjoyed during the hot summer months in the cool interior of the library.
Also: Friends of the Pittsboro Memorial Library
ChathamArts launches "Potluck in a Pasture" suppers[May 10, 2006]
You can share home-grown food, visit North Carolina s first certified organic farm and meet well-known local artists all in the same evening, at the kick-off for ChathamArts new "Potluck in a Pasture" series of Sunday evening picnic suppers. The series celebrating local farmers and artists begins Sunday May 21, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Bill Dow s Ayrshire Farm in Hickory Mountain with several artists, including potter Mark Hewitt and bluegrass musician Tommy Edwards.
Also: Mark Hewitt
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