Saxapahaw Rivermill Art Show This Weekend!
heather at barnstarvintage.com
Tue Nov 14 19:41:01 EST 2006
The Saxapahaw Rivermill Art Show: A Celebration of Art, Texture and
Architecture Down By the Riverside.
Saturday, November 18th from 2-8, Wine & Cheese Reception with the
Sunday, November 19th from 1-6
The Saxapahaw Rivermill Art Show takes place this year at the
Saxapahaw Rivermill Retreat Center, the former Boiler Shed of the Old
Cotton Mill on the Haw which has been transformed into an airy light
filled gallery featuring the diverse works of over 20 local artists.
Many pieces have a textile connection set to parallel the former
history of the Rivermill, from rough hewn tapestry to silk, and
beautifully enlarged photographs of spools of thread from North
Carolina's mills. There are a wide variety of sculptors represented
in this year's show in metal, marble, wrought iron and clay. Folk
Art, Paintings, Drawings, Encaustic Presentation, Pottery and Blown
Glass will also be featured. Patrons are welcome to enjoy the
Riverwalk path along the Haw River where, weather permitting, some
sculpture will be located. There will be a Wine & Cheese reception
with the Artists all day Saturday featuring local selections from
Benjamin Vineyards & Cornucopia Cheese. All are welcome for a
beautiful cultural day out by the river. This event is free and open
to the public.
A complete list of artists and work can be found at
www.rivermillvillage.com (should be up by Wednesday)
The Saxapahaw Rivermill Retreat Center is located at the river's edge
on the Bridge Side of the Saxapahaw Rivermill -The Retreat Center is
an independent building with a large floor to ceiling glass corner at
the river's edge. Clear signs will indicate the building for the Art
Please contact Heather LaGarde if you have questions or need
directions or further information.
Tel: 336 376 5694 email: heather at barnstarvintage.com
Cindy Biles - Pottery
Lynn Bregman Blass - Encaustic and Oil on Clayboard
Jeff Fogg - Sculpture Creatures
Lisa Clark - Photography
Steve Cote - Sculpture, Statues and Statuettes in Steel.
Monique De LaTour - Photography and Silk Textiles
Ruffin Hobbs - Metal Sculpture
Kara Ikenberry - Wrought Iron Sculpture
David Jessee - Photography
Jean Fortune Kaplan -Woven Textiles
Kevin Milz - Photography
Bill Moore- Sculpture in Marble, Ceramic, Stone, Wood, Bronze.
Paperhand Puppet Intervention - Masks & Sculpture
Coy Quakenbush - Pottery
Amy Rochester - Acrylic Painting
Rose Rosely - Paint on Tin
David Schaeffer - Blown Glass
Nancy Talbot - Colored Pencil, Graphite and Oil Crayon on Paper
Amy White - Handmade Powdered Milk Paint on Wood
PLEASE JOIN US & HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
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