The Fall Sale typically features 35 or so artists in many different genres. It was held last year in a portion of Camden Park near by the Fearrington Village Shops. Works available to view and purchase include:
pottery, woodwork, jewelry, altered books, fiber art,
collage, painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and more. It is an enjoyable day visiting the artists who have their works for sale, bumping into friends, and making new friends. Camden Park is a nice, cool area with a walk that surrounds a pond. It provides a nice setting to relax, enjoy the art, listen to the music, and support the artists of Fearrington Village. For more information go here.
Pittsboro, is a community of homes set into a North Carolina
historic farm featuring picturesque pastures, woods and
nature trails. It is an artist rich community. Fearrington Village is off 15-501 in Chatham County – just 8
miles south of Chapel Hill. Visit us on
Facebook at Artist-Studios-at-Fearrington-Village.
News From Our Members
Two Fearrington artists, Art Lituchy and Forrest Greenslade will have works in this Autumn’s Sculpture in the Garden Show at the NC Botanical Garden. Art’s piece, “Fantasy Village for Feathered Friends” is a set of unique birdhouses on a metal base made by Art. Forrest’s pieces, “The Greening of Cernunous” and “Generations of Genetically GNomes Gathering in the Garden” are made of concrete, augmented with various materials. Every fall the Botanical Garden hosts one of the Triangle’s most anticipated art events, a juried outdoor exhibition of exciting sculptures by North Carolina artists. Sculpture in the Garden showcases dozens of original works of North Carolina sculptors in the Garden exquisitely illuminating the bond between art and nature.
Pac McLaurin who has photographed in Cuba for approximately 12 years has an exhibit at Through This Lens gallery in Durham. It will run through September 13. On the 13th at 2:00 PM Pac will give a gallery talk re; his recent ecoeriences and his thoughts regarding the changes that are coming for this island country. At 3:00 PM www.jessicaberkowitz.com will talk about her "Small Things" exhibit. Her photographs are up at the same time. Should be an interesting afternoon.
Any members who are having work exhibited in or out of the region, please send me details and a jpeg image so that I can post it on the web site.
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