2009 - Gallery Nomads
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By Elizabeth Wallace, Marketing Intern
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June 26

Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art opened the Gallery Nomads exhibition, highlighting six galleries from Raleigh. 


The first in a series of exhibitions focusing on regional art centers, Gallery Nomads introduced Green Hill patrons to several of the most vibrant art venues in the Triangle and presented works by over fifty artists. In participation were two of Raleigh’s newest contemporary art galleries at the time -- Flanders Art Gallery and Adam Cave Fine Art. Bonded Llama Artists, an artist’s collective studio space let visitors experience the creative atmosphere of their work space in the Raleigh Bonded Warehouse complex. The Design Box Gallery presented the Obama Inauguration Poster exhibition of 24 local artists who interpretted their hopes, expectations and style to reflect the new presidency. Artspace visual art center presented fiber works by their current Regional Emerging Artist-in-Residence Megan Sullivan.  The Visual Art Exchange member’s gallery presented the widely acclaimed Window Down exhibition of young Raleigh street artists.


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