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FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT - JEWELRY
01/29/2018
FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT - JEWELRY

SPOTLIGHT | JEWELRY GreenHill’s shop shows the work of the finest studio jewelers and metalsmiths in North Carolina. Here are a few highlights of special, unique pieces available right now. Una Barrett, Lauren Markley, Emily Triplett, and Erica Stankwich Bailey all create wearable art that is eye-catching and completely handmade. From delicate metal work to bold statement pieces, these artists are producing the best of the best. To purchase any of these pieces, call Elizabeth at 336.333.7460 ex. 101, or email elizabeth.harry@greenhillnc.orgTake a closer look at some of our favorite pieces from each artist below: Una BarrettUna Barrett creates wearable and sculptural jewelry. Her ...

JANUARY ARTIST OF THE MONTH - MIMI LOGOTHETIS
01/01/2018
FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT - JEWELRY

JANUARY | ARTIST OF THE MONTH | MIMI LOGOTHETISI'm holding a porcelain mug by Mimi Logothetis in my hands, and am looking closely. Every surface of this mug is covered with a collage of cut-out black and white images: a black crow, an eye, clippings from an encyclopedia entry, a map of Paris, and some sort of mechanical diagram... or maybe it's a sewing pattern? I can feel the faint impressions of the edges of each image where it was pressed into the wet porcelain slab. The next thing I notice are the seams, where two pieces of slab are joined together to make the vessel; it's utilitarian and beautiful. Mimi works out of a studio she built within walking distance to her home in Cedar Grove, ...

AUGUST ARTIST OF THE MONTH - HOLLIS GABRIEL
08/04/2017
FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT - JEWELRY

AUGUST | ARTIST OF THE MONTH | HOLLIS GABRIELHollis Gabriel’s intricate, meditative paintings call to mind prayer labyrinths – those circular paths you might find at a park or a church. A labyrinth is different from a maze because there’s only one path to follow; it winds around and around, folds back in on itself, and usually takes a lot longer to complete than it seems like it should. Like a labyrinth, Gabriel’s lines invite your eye to meander. Her tight brushwork unfolds into imaginative networks that seem as much like a circuit board as an aerial city-scape. She turns many of her original paintings into fabric patterns for wearable scarves and shawls. Her ...

MAY ARTIST OF THE MONTH- MARY BETH BOONE
05/02/2017
FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT - JEWELRY

MAY | ARTIST OF THE MONTH | MARY BETH BOONE  In one of Mary Beth's blog posts there is an artist statement for her Mindful Series where she says, "I want to be kind, hopeful, and a good listener." It's Mary Beth's intent that by practicing these character traits she is able to make the world a better place. Prior to reading Mary Beth's blog I had written this: There is peace in Mary Beth's work and a clear connectivity to her natural surroundings. Her work is thoughtful and true.It was fascinating to me that I could grasp these feelings through her work and it reminded me of the power of positivity. Scroll down to read more about Mary ...

APRIL ARTIST OF THE MONTH- CAITLIN CARY
04/03/2017
FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT - JEWELRY

APRIL | ARTIST OF THE MONTH | CAITLIN CARY When an artist can utilize 25 different fabrics by cutting and stitching them into a beautiful portrait, I am hooked. It is incredibly interesting to see varying textiles transform into representational art. Caitlin Cary calls these works Needle Prints. Unlike embroidery she doesn't rely on the stitch to create the picture and though the process could be compared to quilting, the work is not meant to be functional as a quilt would be.  Perhaps it's because she is also a musician, but one thing is certain- she understands how to thoughtfully depict a subject and hook you with a story, much like one would ...