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Opening Reception featuring FIVE artists at Chapel Hill Art Gallery!

  • Chapel Hill Art Gallery 1215 E Franklin St Chapel Hill, NC, 27514 United States (map)

Chapel Hill Art GalleryJune 3 – June 28.
“Jazz in the Gardens” features the recycled and re-purposed wood pieces of Kate Grendler and the creative Art Deco style linoleum block prints by Bronwyn Merritt. Joining Kate and Bronwyn is “Shift the Impressions” featuring the textural impressionistic palette knife paintings of Karin Neuvirth, the contemplative 2D and 3D works on canvas and clay of Hollie Taylor, and the highly decorative marbled silk pieces of Trudy Thomson
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Gallery open Wed. – Sun. 12 – 6, Sat. 10 – 6, 1215 E Franklin St., 919-636-4577
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THE UPCOMING JUNE SHOW Features Five Artists!

IT RUNS FROM Wednesday, June 3 through Sunday, June 28

OPENING RECEPTION June 12,  6 – 9 PM

Scroll down to see samples of work by each featured artist!

“Jazz in the Gardens” features Kate Grendler and Bronwyn Merritt in the middle gallery.
These unusual works include the recycled/repurposed wood pieces of Kate Grendler portraying nature in the abstract…

Kate Grendler

Kate Grendler

as well as the creative Art Deco style linoleum block prints by Bronwyn Merritt celebrating the Jazz Age…

Bronwyn Merritt

Bronwyn Merritt

“Shift the Impressions” features Karin Neuvirth, Hollie Taylor and Trudy Thomson
in the corner gallery.
Karin Neuvirth works in a spontaneous manner as she expertly applies her palette knife to canvas so that textural impressionistic works emerge…

Karin Neuvirth

Karin Neuvirth

Hollie Taylor’s work addresses how one can shift their interpretation about the meaning of objects and positioning in both 2 and 3-D work…

Hollie Taylor

Hollie Taylor

Trudy’s highly decorative marbled silk involves working with hydroprinting that “shifts the plane of imagery”, sometimes one style beneath another…

Trudy Thomson

Trudy Thomson

Do join Chapel Hill Art Gallery for the opening,
they expect a lively crowd that night
— the second Friday, June 12,  6 – 9 PM.