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HGTV’s Love It or List It features Craven Allen artists

HGTV’s Love It or List It features Craven Allen artists

Paintings by Craven Allen artists Linwood Hart, Sue Sneddon and Damian Stamer were featured recently in the HGTV tv show LOVE IT OR LIST IT, in the episode Pond Paradise.  Scouts for the show picked the art to highlight the makeover of the serene house on the lake.  You can look for more Craven Allen art in future episodes; we’ll keep you posted.

Burk Uzzle featured in News & Observer

Burk Uzzle featured in News & Observer

ORDINARY FOLKS, EXTRAORDINARY IMAGES

Burk Uzzle’s “Perceptions and Recognitions: African Americans of Eastern North Carolina,” is on exhibit at the Greenville Museum of Art through April 30.

There’s a reception from 5 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, April 7, featuring music by the Nathan Cobb Band, a performance by HYPE Step Team and a performance by JoAnn Williams.

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She stands beneath a spreading oak tree, chin lifted proudly, her figure swathed in a gold dress with a sash flowing behind her, lifted by the wind. Before her is a pair of tombstones bearing the names of her ancestors.

The photograph of Dr. Alma Cobb Hobbs is a portrait of pride, 

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Burk Uzzle at Greenville Museum of Art

Burk Uzzle at Greenville Museum of Art

Burk Uzzle at Greenville Museum of Art

With their grace, courage, and strength, these African-Americans have done us the honor of creating transcendent legacies for all to see. Manifesting their individual stories as guiding lights, they have offered the camera internal radiance to share with the world.

The Greenville Museum of Art is opening Perceptions + Recognitions on Friday 3 February 2017 with the celebratory collection of 26 extraordinary contemporary African – Americans.

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Beverly McIver at SECCA in Winston Salem

Beverly McIver at SECCA in Winston Salem

Beverly McIver at SECCA in Winston Salem

“Beverly’s star is on the rise, and she is going to leave a mark on the art world and the world at large that is going to be long-lasting.”
Beverly McIver was at Yaddo last week recovering from a bad cold and enjoying a few days of freedom and privacy before she returns to the world of commerce and academia in North Carolina. Yaddo is an artist colony in upstate New York where residents are sheltered, nourished and allowed to work without interruption.

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