Posts with tag: "Exhibition"

 

 

Providence Grove High School Group Visit to Greenhill
11/10/2014
Providence Grove High School Group Visit to Greenhill

 On Wednesday, November 5, 2015, High School students from Providence Grove High School (Climax, NC) came to Greenhill for a Group Visit.  The students were split into several groups where Greenhill's curator Edie Carpenter and program director Lynn Sanders-Bustle invited them to respond to the work in The Gallery through a variety of means - dance, drama poetry, music, analysis and narrative. They were also able to create mixed media works like Jason Watson (an artist in the exhibition) after learning how to create masking tape photo transfers and paint watercolor washes, led by Art Educator Laura Maruzzella. Click Here for more images from their ...

Winter Show at Greenhill
11/27/2013
Providence Grove High School Group Visit to Greenhill

Festivities begin next week...Greenhill's Winter Show returns for its 34th year, presenting works by 130 artists from around the state,  with a mix of mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramic, jewelry, woodwork, fabric and fiber works, all within a harmonious installation. Artists showing work in the exhibition vary not only by mediums, but also by experience, background and perspective. With over 500 works all available for sale, Winter Show is the quintessential showing of art produced by North Carolina artists today.Winter Show 2013 has co-curators, Greenhill's own Edie Carpenter and Dana Moore, the former Program Director at Penland School of ...

GREENHILL ANNOUNCES SELECT COLLECTION: PRINTS OF ROMARE BEARDEN APRIL 2014
10/28/2013
Providence Grove High School Group Visit to Greenhill

Greenhill presents the Select Collection | Prints of Romare Bearden exhibition April 14 – June 22. Select Collection is an exhibition and art sale will display over 40 of Bearden’s works with 87 works available for sale. Romare Bearden was a seminal African American artist and is recognized as one of America's most important twentieth-century artists. Bearden was a prolific artist, with a catalogue of works in the hundreds. The exhibition and art sale at Greenhill will provide the viewer with some of his most important lithographs, serigraphs and etchings, including his highly acclaimed works The Family, Out Chorus, Mecklenburg Autumn and The Train. Read the full press ...

Q&A WITH MICHAEL ROYCE WALDECK
07/22/2013
Providence Grove High School Group Visit to Greenhill

Our Marketing & Design Intern, Hannah Gray, had the opportunity to talk with some of our Speaking in Species artists. In this Q&A, Hannah learns how sustainability and functionality play into artist Michael Royce Waldeck's work.  How do the different species of wood influence your final piece? From where do you gather your source materials? Species selection is a huge consideration for any maker. This choice not only determines the appearance and tone of a piece, but also its functionality and longevity. Many of my projects start from an idea sparked by the characteristics of a single piece of wood, and all of the other structural and aesthetic ...

Q&A WITH MARK GARDNER
07/19/2013
Providence Grove High School Group Visit to Greenhill

Our Marketing & Design Intern, Hannah Gray, had the opportunity to talk with some of our Speaking in Species artists. In this Q&A, Hannah learns how Mark Gardner's family inspires him to create.    How did you come into this career? Woodworking was my father's hobby and he was the one who got me interested and encouraged me to start making furniture. He registered me for a furniture-making class he was taking at the University of Cincinnati when I turned 16. A class I continued to take all through high school and college. Dad had a lathe and took a turning class at Arrowmont the spring I graduated from high school. Seeing what he brought home from the class ...