Opening Reception: Monday, September 19, 5-8pm
In Gallery & Online
Restaurants + Art is a joint project, celebrating Wilmington’s restaurant scene, with pastel paintings by artist, Jeri Greenberg. This project is in collaboration with Art in Bloom Gallery, MoMentum Companies, and a delectable selection of restaurants and cafes in our community.
The purpose of the project is to celebrate and support our many different restaurants and cafes in our wonderful city through visual art. Participating restaurants include: Restaurants include: The Cafe at Cameron Art Museum (CAM Cafe), Elijah’s, Floriana, S & L Deli, Quanto Basta, Tarantelli’s, The Basics, The Green House, White Front, Winnie’s Tavern, along with others. A portion of art sales will benefit NourishNC. NourishNC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to “Provide healthy food to hungry children, empowering them to succeed in the classroom and in their community.”
Join us in the gallery on Monday, September 19th from 5-8pm for a special Opening & Reception for this exhibit of work! Along with this exhibit, our featured show is “Pursuit of Joy: Paintings by Debra Bucci + Bradley Carter“ Exhibit featuring the work of 2 exquisite painters.
About the Artist
After many years as a fashion illustrator and sportswear designer, Jeri Greenberg turned her love of graphic design and color into a new and exciting “next act”, working as a full-time painter and teacher.
Feeling that “Pastels are an immediate tool to express feelings” and the perfect medium in which to “Make the Ordinary, Extraordinary”, Jeri works to tell stories in her work enabling her to draw the viewer in . With her background in illustration, Jeri helps her students get a strongly drawn foundation down behind their color work.
Jeri loves painting still lifes, urban interiors, figures and fabrics, and the occasional landscape as well. Recently relocated, Jeri teaches weekly classes at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington NC, and holds demos and workshops around the country, as well as jurying national and international pastel exhibits.