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ARTIST OF THE MONTH: JENNIE LORETTE KEATTS
04/07/2016
ARTIST OF THE MONTH: JENNIE LORETTE KEATTS

APRIL | ARTIST OF THE MONTH | JENNIE LORETTE KEATTS Above left: Jennie, photo credit: Paul Church | Above right:GreenHill's very own Laura Maruzzella wearing Jennie's Peachbloom earrings, photo credit: Toni Tronu TURNING MUD INTO GEMSTONESJennie Lorette Keatts has been displaying with GreenHill since 2009 and there is something extra special that sets her apart from the rest of our jewelry artists- she hand makes her stones. How, you ask? She makes pottery cabochons by layering glazes and creating one of kind stones that mimic natural stones. Sometimes it is very hard to distinguish which stones are made by Jennie and which are naturally occurring, COOL!  "My ...

POP-UP JEWELRY IN THE SHOP
02/05/2016
ARTIST OF THE MONTH: JENNIE LORETTE KEATTS

FEBRUARY | POP-UP JEWELRY IN THE SHOP| <3 <3This month I am featuring Ashley Buchanan, Geoffrey D. Giles, and Matthew Smith- three artists whose jewelry will be in The Shop from February 3rd- 15th. I chose these artists because of their noteworthy craftsmanship and unique style. Read about the artists and join us for a Sip and Shop event this Wednesday from 5-7 (additional details below).   ASHLEY BUCHANAN Ashley Buchanan (b. 1986, Atlanta, Georgia) is a jewelry artist who received her BFA in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from the University of Georgia and is currently making her living as a studio jeweler in Johnson City, Tennessee. She has exhibited nationally and ...

LAST CHANCE SALE AT GREENHILL
01/08/2014
ARTIST OF THE MONTH: JENNIE LORETTE KEATTS

Friday, January 10 is The Last Chance Sale at Greenhill.  As Winter Show is coming to a close, this is your last chance to purchase great art from North Carolina Artists in The Shop and The Gallery at Greenhill.  We're open 10am - 5pm Friday, see you then!  If you have questions, please call us at 336-333-7460 or email marketing@greenhillnc.org.

WINTER SHOW CAPTURES BEST OF EVERYTHING IN NORTH CAROLINA
01/02/2014

WINTER SHOW CAPTURES BEST OF EVERYTHING IN NORTH CAROLINABy Emily Brown We’re already planning for next year.”Edie Carpenter lets out a contented sigh on the other end of the phone.The Greenhill Center for NC Art is a 7,000-square foot studio with blondpaneled floors and dove-white walls on Davie Street in Greensboro. For the past 30 years, the gallery has been a leading showcase for contemporary art completed in North Carolina, or by the hand of an artist that’s studied, taught or lived in the Old North State.The Winter Show lasts seven weeks. In its original form, it had a small list of artists whose work was rotated on the floor. About nine years ago, they went in a ...