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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 17:40:16 +0000en-UShourly1Dallas Thomas: Recent Works
http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2015/07/09/dallas-thomas-recent-works/#commentsThu, 09 Jul 2015 17:40:16 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=537Cape Fear Community College’s Wilma W. Daniels Gallery is pleased to present Recent Works by Dallas Thomas. Thomas’s work is heavily influenced by nonspecific tribal ceremonies and rituals from all over the world as well as the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the Fifties and Sixties. He experiments in wet and dry media, in both small and large scale paintings and drawings. His style is characterized by purposeful mark making and an economy of line which creates a sense of form suspended in space, a kind of portraiture that transforms and deconstructs the human figure into elements of a still life, often featuring costumes made from plants and animals. Thomas cites hip hop culture as a lifelong influence on his art and credits it for his more aggressive mark making and sense of energy.
Originally from Salisbury, North Carolina, Thomas moved to Wilmington about four years ago after studying painting at UNC-Charlotte. In addition to painting, Thomas also works as a designer for local company Freaker USA.
The gallery will hold a Fourth Friday opening reception on July 24th from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Complimentary refreshments are provided. The Wilma W. Daniels Gallery is located in the Hanover parking deck on the campus of Cape Fear Community College. Regular gallery hours are Tuesdays-Fridays 10-5:30pm and Saturdays 12-5:30pm. For additional inquiries please contact Sarah Rushing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2015/05/21/coastal-carolina-clay-guild-exhibition-2/#commentsThu, 21 May 2015 14:32:25 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=526Cape Fear Community College’s Wilma W. Daniels Gallery is pleased to present the 2015 Coastal Carolina Clay Guild Exhibition. The Coastal Carolina Clay Guild (CCCG) was founded in Wilmington, North Carolina in 2007. This non-profit guild promotes and exchanges knowledge and information about all types of ceramic arts. It provides mutual support, encouragement, and education for its members and the community. Current members of the guild were asked to submit two pieces of recent work for this exhibition ranging from hand-built sculpture to wheel thrown and utilitarian pottery.
The CCCG is led by President Hiroshi Sueyoshi and is comprised of 100 members from both North and South Carolina. The CCCG wishes to impart a sense of dedication and passion for ceramic arts and to present the diversity of work crafted by active guild members. The Guild welcomes those interested to join and help promote the art and craft of pottery.
The gallery will hold a Fourth Friday opening reception on May 22nd from 6-9pm. An additional Fourth Friday closing reception will be held on June 26th from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public and complimentary refreshments are provided. The Wilma W. Daniels Gallery is located in the Hanover parking deck on the campus of Cape Fear Community College. Regular gallery hours are Tuesdays-Fridays 10-5:30pm and Saturdays 12-5:30pm. For additional inquiries please contact Sarah Rushing at email@example.com.
]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2015/05/21/coastal-carolina-clay-guild-exhibition-2/feed/02015 Annual Student Exhibition
http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2015/03/24/2015-annual-student-exhibition/#commentsTue, 24 Mar 2015 17:02:42 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=487Cape Fear Community College’s Wilma W. Daniels Gallery is pleased to present the 2015 Annual Student Exhibition featuring over 100 original works of art. The show runs from March 24th – May 4th, 2015 with Fourth Friday Receptions on March 27th and April 24th. Winners will be announced and prizes awarded at the opening reception on March 27th. Please join us for complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres. Admission is free. For more information please contact Sarah Rushing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2015/01/29/brownie-harris-a-45-year-retrospective/#commentsThu, 29 Jan 2015 17:42:48 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=478This solo exhibition explores the extensive career of nationally known Wilmington-based photographer Brownie Harris and highlights four areas of his work: portraits, bromoils, dance and industry. Opening reception is January 23 from 6-9pm and closing reception is February 27 from 6-9pm. The exhibition runs through March 13.
]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2015/01/29/brownie-harris-a-45-year-retrospective/feed/02014 Annual No Boundaries International Art Colony Exhibition: November 22, 2014 – January 16, 2015
http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/12/03/2014-annual-no-boundaries-international-art-colony-exhibition/#commentsWed, 03 Dec 2014 19:40:44 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=466This year’s Annual No Boundaries International Art Colony Exhibition features work from fourteen artists. The colony, founded in 1998 by Wilmington artists Pam Toll, Gayle Tustin and Dick Roberts, provides artists from around the world and the local community a forum for free expression and cross-cultural dialogue. Participating artists stay and work on Bald Head Island for two weeks in November prior to the exhibition, which runs through January 16, 2015. This exhibition is free and open to the public.
]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/12/03/2014-annual-no-boundaries-international-art-colony-exhibition/feed/02014 Annual Faculty Show
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]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/10/16/2014-annual-faculty-show/feed/0Process and Clarity: the drawings of Ann Conner, Aug 20-Oct 7, 2014
http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/08/20/process-and-clarity-the-drawings-of-ann-conner-aug-20-oct-7-2014/#commentsWed, 20 Aug 2014 18:27:46 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=441
]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/08/20/process-and-clarity-the-drawings-of-ann-conner-aug-20-oct-7-2014/feed/0Sally Jacobs “Excavations” June 30- Aug. 8, 2014
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]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/07/07/sally-jacobs/feed/0Jon Jicha: “AWKWARD SENSIBILITY”
http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/05/14/jon-jicha-awkward-sensibility/#commentsWed, 14 May 2014 17:45:22 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=406The Wilma W. Daniels Gallery presents “AWKWARD SENSIBILITY,” a solo exhibition by Jon Jicha, Professor of Art in the School of Art and Design at Western Carolina University. An opening reception for the artist will be held May 30, 2014 from 6-9pm, and a closing reception will be held June 27, 2014 from 6-9pm. Â Â
]]>http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/05/14/jon-jicha-awkward-sensibility/feed/02014 Annual Student Art Show
http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/2014/03/26/2014-annual-student-art-showwill/#commentsWed, 26 Mar 2014 02:34:12 +0000http://cfcc.edu/blogs/wilmagallery/?p=375On Friday, April 25th plan to come to CFCC’s Wilma W Daniels Gallery for the opening reception of the CFCC 2014 Annual Student Show!Â Over 100 original works of art will be on display with winners announced and prizes awarded that night. Â Refreshments will be provided. Â Admission is free. Â For more information please contact Sarah Rushing at email@example.com.
2014 Cape Fear Community College Annual Student Art Show
Juror Award List
Best in Show
Max Porter, “Evolution of Democracy”
1st Â Christina Budres , â€œUntitledâ€
2nd Christian McKoy, â€Crossing Overâ€
3rd June Druchunas, â€œStudy of Sea Turtleâ€
Honorable Mention: Maurice Spagatner, â€œ Degenerate Moâ€