Six Western North Carolina artists receive funding to support their artistic endeavors. Time in a high end recording studio for musicians, marketing materials for a performing arts group, and new equipment and materials for artists’ studios are among some of the funded projects this year. Regional Artist Project grants support professional artists at any stage in their careers to pursue projects that further their artistic development. Continue reading “Project Grants Awarded to Regional Artists”
The Jackson County Arts Council, The Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center and the Smokey Mountain High School art department is proud to present “Images of Place and Time”. This exhibit is currently on display in the Rotunda Gallery at the Jackson County Public Library Complex Gallery. The images were created by student from Cherokee Central Schools and Smokey Mountain High School and are on display in honor of Native American Heritage month.
“Enjoy the Magic of ColorFest, Art & Taste of Appalachia Saturday October 5, 2013 from 10am til 4pm “On Hallowed Ground” Dillsboro heritage mural (by Doreyl Ammons Cain, muralist) unveiled to kick-off the festival at 10:00 AM. Continue reading “ColorFest this Saturday Oct. 5th”
Violet Aquatic (Encaustic collage on paper)
Artist, Dawn Behling, will be exhibiting select works in the Rotunda Gallery at the Jackson County Library Complex, Historic Courthouse, Sylva, NC. The exhibit will run from April 13 through the end of May.
This exhibit features nature-inspired work that has an imaginative, dream-like quality.
Behling’s work reveals lush colors and rich visual textures that express idealized environments. Collaged aquatic imagery, to screen printed leaf patterns are some of the themes that will be included in the exhibit. The media she uses in her work varies from acrylic, encaustic, collage, and screen print.