Art exhibits to take to Charlotte this month

March 10, 2013 by  

A number of art exhibits are open to the public this month in and around Charlotte. From sculptures to paintings to rubber duck tea infusers, Charlotte area artists offer up a large variety of entertaining exhibits for visitors.

Local art exhibits and other similar activities may be advertised to the public via flyer printing or other methods of promotion. Additionally, exhibits showcasing the work of local artists may also use brochure printers in an effort to supply guests with information about the individual artists and the nature of their work.

The Cornelius Art Center, located at 19725 Oak Street, is featuring the work of Monique Luck until March 22. Luck is a mixed-media artist who creates soulful pieces detailing moments of her life. The exhibit opened on March 1.

The newest exhibit at AKA Creative, on Remount Road, is Memento Vitae. The exhibit showcases two local artists, Lydia Jean Goldbeck and Sara Catapano. Goldbeck’s work includes a variety of portraits on warped canvases, while Catapano is a sculptor of exotic species and other things found in nature. The exhibit, which also opened on March 1, will continue through March 28.

Guests can also view a unique display of innovative objects, such as rubber duck tea infusers, at the F.O.O.D exhibit at the Mint Museum Uptown at 500 South Tryson Sreet. F.O.O.D, which stands for Food, Objects, Objectives and Designs, is a showcase of the recent artistic trend of using in objects associated with cooking, eating and drinking. A “menu”, and perhaps some catalogue printing, will give the itinerary and the exhibition will run until March 26.