Art openings come to Charlotte

November 1, 2012 by  

A number of art exhibit openings and receptions are scheduled for the Charlotte area this month for guests to learn about the art of Bentwood or view work by local artists at a variety of events throughout November.

Local art exhibits and other such events often utilize the printing services of brochure printers to provide visitors with information about the artwork displayed. Banner printing and flyer printing may also be used at such events.

Visitors can learn about the art of Bentwood at the UNC Charlotte City Center with ‘Torqued and Twisted: Bentwood Today’. This exhibit details the various techniques of Bentwood, including greenwood bending, laminating, and steaming. Works by notable furniture crafters and sculptors will also be on display. The opening reception was on October 29, and the exhibit will continue through November 28t at 320 East 9th Street.

Art enthusiasts can view the last in the four-part series of ‘Through the Eye of Art’ at Gil Gallery on November 2 from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm. This series features artists from around North Carolina and displays works in various mediums in which the artists were inspired by the color yellow. Gil Gallery is located at 109 West Morehead Street.

Other art exhibits in the area include the Charlotte Art League ‘Fall into Art’ and the Charlotte Artery Grand Opening. ‘Fall into Art’ is an art competition and exhibit held through November 29 at 1517 Camden Road, while the Charlotte Artery Grand Opening is on November 2 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm at 1515 S. Mint St., Suite C.

A variety of other exhibits are also in the area this month.

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