Exhibits

“Catching the Spirit: Images by Mark Gansor and Carole Osman” (Feb 10 – Apr 7, 2017)

 

The exhibit presents a playful and serene mix of global and local scenes by Mark Gansor and Carole Osman.

Mark Gansor presents acrylic paintings of buildings, gardens, and fields in Wilmington and France.  Carole Osman presents pastels, monoprints, collages, oil, and acrylic paintings of various locations in Japan, Germany, Turkey, and the United States.

The opening reception is on Friday, February 10th, 6-9 pm.  View original art; meet the artists; enjoy catering from Whole Foods; and listen to music by Cameron Tinklenberg, jazz pianist.

The exhibit continues through Friday, April 7th.

“Twice Around: The Make-Over,” with new art by Elizabeth Darrow and Susan Francy (Jan 24 – Feb 7, 2017)

 

Twice Around: The Make-Over,” with new art by Elizabeth Darrow and digital images by Susan Francy opens on Tuesday, January 24th and continues through Tuesday, February 7th during regular gallery hours, Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm and by appointment.

Join us for a special reception, Friday, January 27th, 6-9 pm.  View Elizabeth Darrow’s new oil and collage on canvas and Susan Francy’s digital images.  Meet the artists.  Singer-songwriter Rebekah Todd will play guitar and sing.

 

“Visible Spectra: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints by Janette K. Hopper & Photography by Charles Kernan” (Oct 14, 2016 – Jan 20, 2017)

 

“Visible Spectra: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints by Janette K. Hopper & Photography by Charles Kernan” will continue through January 20th, 2017 at Art in Bloom Gallery, 210 Princess St., Wilmington, NC.

This joint exhibit presents stunning images of nature, people, and architecture transformed by light and shadow by the artists from their travels and time outdoors.  Renowned international artist, Janette K. Hopper will her exquisite paintings, prints, and drawings including sumi ink paintings on rice paper.  Emerging artist, Charles Kernan will exhibit his limited edition, fine-art photography and photographic prints.  Together, Janette’s and Charles’ art work present an evocative “Visible Spectra” spanning many medias, techniques, and subjects.

Ten percent of “Visible Spectra” art sales will be donated to Cape Fear River Watch.

 

“Full Circle: New Art by Elizabeth Darrow, Traudi Thornton, and Susan Francy (June 3 – Sept 30, 2016)

The closing reception for “Full CircleElizabeth DarrowTraudi Thornton, and Susan Francy” will take place on Friday, September 30th, 6pm-9pm at Art in Bloom Gallery, 210 Princess St., Wilmington, NC.

Meet the artists and view new work including oil and collage on canvas by Elizabeth Darrow, raku and stoneware ceramics by Traudi Thornton, and limited edition, fine-art photography and digital images by Susan Francy.

Shirley Lebo of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra will play violin.  Helen Welsh will provide creative catering.

Click here to view a slideshow of past and present art by Elizabeth Darrow.
Click here to read an article in WILMA magazine on the web about Traudi Thornton.
Click here to read an article in ENCORE magazine about Traudi Thornton.

“Looking Within: Encaustic Painting by Helen Lewis” (May 16 – Sept 16, 2016)

“Looking Within:  Encaustic Paintings by Helen Lewis,” opened on Friday, May 13 in Gallery 2 at Art in Bloom Gallery located at 210 Princess Street, Wilmington, North Carolina.

The exhibit closes on Friday, September 16, with a reception from 6 – 9 pm.  Musicians Shirley Lebo (violin) and Sarah Stoloff (cello) will play at the reception and are both members of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.

Artist, Helen Lewis is from from Carrollton, Ohio.   The encaustic process uses molten beeswax combined with resin and oil pigments that are fused with a blow torch.  Helen Lewis often includes bits of old script, text or other ephemera in her work.  She explains, “I particularly love the luminous qualities and depth of layers that emerge as I fuse the various elements and pigments together.”  The paintings in this exhibit provide glimpses and hints of those layers and invite the viewer to look deeper within.  Lewis describes her creativity as an extension of her contemplative nature, “In creating, I work to follow the nudges I sense within my spirit.  In essence, I am invited deeper and I seek to mirror that invitation through my art.”

Debra Bucci: Living in the Moment (Feb 5 – May 27, 2016)

The art exhibit, “Debra Bucci: Living in the Moment” opened on Friday, February 5, 2016.  The closing reception took place on Friday, May 27, 2016, 6 – 9 pm

Debra Bucci is known for her evocative oil paintings of flowers and trees. Motivated by requests for commissions and for her love of dogs, she has expanded her collection with the introduction of a Modern Art Dog Series. In addition to her oil paintings, Debra is a published illustrator and has public and private collectors worldwide. She studied painting at Drexel University under John Formicola. Debra lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband “Art” and dog “T-Bone”.

For more information, stop by the gallery at 210 Princess Street, Wilmington, NC 28401, or call the gallery at 484 885 3037.