Airy Knoll Farm Show Award Winners

Congratulations to the Airy Knoll Farm show award winners!


Maguerico Nye  

Eric Wagner


Denetra Rodriguez

Evan Surratt


Bridget Oliver

Tom Seay


Matthew Brien for “Hannah”


Deanna Wilson

Kathleen Brien

Libby Stewart

Kim Richards

Kim Botkin

Heather Fitzpatrick

Kate Robinson

Presence: Figurative Sculpture by Janet Lasher

Presence: Figurative Sculpture by Janet Lasher is now on view in Ross Galleries.

Janet Lasher is a Charlotte, NC artist working in fiber, textile, and handmade paper. The pieces in this exhibition are from her most recent body of work that focuses on idealized concepts of the female. Ross Gallery I will show Conscription (pictured above), a unique installation that visitors are welcome to interact with by walking through and around it. Ross Gallery II will feature embroidered and felted pieces considering the same themes.

Opening Reception with the artist: Thursday, December 5, 5-7 pm in Ross Gallery

Artist Lecture: Wednesday, January 15, 12 pm in Ross Gallery

2013 Airy Knoll Show Now Open

CPCC Galleries is thrilled to host the annual Airy Knoll Farm Show again this year. Above is a picture of the exhibition as we finished installing.

Titled, “Seeing… Observations from Nature,” the exhibition contains work by students of the Airy Knoll Farm in Middlesburg, VA, and focuses on capturing the contemplative nature one must embrace as a member of the class. Long time CPCC Instructor Elizabeth Ross encourages her students to open their minds to a more subjective way of seeing and appreciating the world.

The work on view includes paintings, works on paper, collage, and sculpture. All work is for sale.

On view through January 3

Opening Reception and performance November 22 beginning at 6:00 p.m.

New Murals by Isaac Payne and Sharon Dowell

Last week, new murals by Isaac Payne and Sharon Dowell were unveiled in Concord, NC. The City of Concord commissioned Payne, a CPCC painting instructor, and Dowell, former CPCC Gallery Coodinator and current exhibiting artist, to create mural designs to adorn buildings in Concord’s charming downtown district. Though very different, the two painters’ styles frequently incorporate urban themes and visual elements, a perfect fit for city murals.

Congratulations to Isaac Payne and Sharon Dowell.

Dowell's mural designs

The ribbon cutting ceremony (photo by James Nix at the Independent Tribune)

Mural by Isaac Payne

Mural by Isaac Payne