Posts with tag: "North Carolina"

 

 

Collecting Photography with Frank Konhaus
08/23/2018
Collecting Photography with Frank Konhaus

Join us on Thursday, August 30 from 6:00 – 7:00 PMThis talk by Frank Konhaus, Director of Cassilhaus and the Cassilhaus Collection, will cover the why, what, and how of collecting fine art photography.  He will explore the motivations and mechanics of collecting as well as documentation of your collection.  No prior experience required - just a love of photography. Free and open to the public.Cassilhaus is a home, a singular piece of architecture, a lifelong arts project, and a love-filled partnership between Ellen Cassilly and Frank Konhaus. Ellen is an architect and community activist and Frank is an AV System Designer, documentary film ...

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: JENNIE LORETTE KEATTS
04/07/2016
Collecting Photography with Frank Konhaus

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 ...

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: CHUCK WALDROUP
01/08/2016
Collecting Photography with Frank Konhaus

JANUARY | ARTIST OF THE MONTH | CHUCK WALDROUP  Wow- what a December! I couldn't quite fit AOTM in my schedule, but I'm back full force for the new year. January goes to Chuck Waldroup of High Point, NC. Chuck submitted his work through GreenHill's online submission process and I knew immediately that he'd be a great fit in The Shop. I chose Chuck because he makes quality work and has a great eye for character- all of his pieces are beautifully unique. As you read below, you'll learn that woodworking takes a mountain of patience and a truckload of follow through (excuse the pun). Woodworking is a lifestyle and it's intriguing to learn what all goes into it.  Where did ...