I AM ASHEBORO – Eric Abernethy

Eric Abernathy is a local nature photographer. He has had several showings at the Randolph Arts Guild and you can often find him in a kayak on Lake Lucas. He usually has an art booth with his amazing photography for sale at the Fall Festival in October. I did not grow up in Asheboro. I grew up in Winston-Salem and in Jamestown when I was younger. I was first introduced to Asheboro while attending Randolph Community College from 1996-1998. I graduated majoring in the applied science of photography in photojournalism.…

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MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR – Artist Laura Thompson

“When artists give form to revelation, their art can advance, deepen and potentially transform the consciousness of their community.” ~ Alex Grey One of the many things that make Asheboro a great place to live is the vibrant art scene. From the various sculptures around town to the exhibitions that are sponsored and hosted by local businesses, art has become a huge part of our city’s charm and appeal. On any given day, you can walk into a number of businesses around town and find world-class art on display. It…

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Four Saints Brewing Company Welcomes Fourth Art Wall Project Artist, Michael Messer

The fourth of five selected visual artists begins his creative journey as part of the Four Saints Brewing Company’s Art Wall Project.  The inaugural visual art installation series spans almost two years.  The project provides five regional artists each the resources to produce a three-month art installation across a 12 foot interior taproom wall.  The mission of the All Wall Project is to foster artful discourse among the local community.  Greensboro-based visual artist, Michael Messer is the fourth featured artist.  Michael will hold a public work session in the F.S.B.C.…

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Artist Les Caison III unveils Solo Exhibit

What does it look like when an artist tries his hand at a brand-new mixed media technique to celebrate the warm, iridescent light of winter with depictions of happy angels and free spirits? Find out as downtown Winston-Salem’s Camino Bakery hosts visual artist Les Caison III’s solo exhibition, “Soul Food,” during the month of December. Caison celebrates his 36th solo exhibition at Camino Bakery, located at 310 West 4th Street in downtown Winston-Salem. The exhibition runs Thursday, December 1 through Saturday, December 31, 2016. Join the artist for a free…

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