August 1– October 31, 2017
218 S Fayetteville St., Asheboro NC 27203
Reception: Friday, October 6, 5:30p — 7p
– closing out the year-and-a-half long inaugural Art Wall Project. Planning on working on the fresh, new artwork on location: a 12ft x 4.5 ft wall in the taproom.
June 22 — August 27, 2017
1601 Civic Dr., Walnut Creek CA 94596
(925) 295 — 1417
Reception: Thursday, June 22, 6p — 8p
Admission: $5; includes wine and hors d’oeuvres
From Bedford Gallery website: Sweet n Low features artwork from over 130 local, national, and international artists who extend the genre of cute from cuddly and precious to creepy and ironic. From kitsch and Margaret Keane’s Big Eyes, to Japanese anime and contemporary Pop Art, we’re unleashing the roly-poly, goofily-gamboling, saccharine-honeyed creatures on this earth and beyond! Sweet n Low is part invitational and part juried exhibition, juried by Evan Pricco of Juxtapoz magazine and Antler Gallery, Portland, OR.
October 7, 2016 — October 31, 2016
207 W. 6th Street, Winston-Salem NC 27101
Reception: Friday, October 7, 7p — 10p
They asked NC visual arts Dane Walters, Les Caison III, and Lye Lawrence to create something dark for an October exhibition. The result is three collaborative paintings, and three additional bodies of art from each of these artists. Behold the dead bodies of fresh, organic art before the smell of decay overcomes you. Les III debuts 10 skeleton illustrations on recycled paper.
September 2, 2016 — January 15, 2017
415 Academy Drive, Town of Abingdon, Virginia 24210
Reception: Thursday, September 1, 6p — 8p
Democracy is the central tenant of the United States of America; the voices of the people are heard through their elected representatives. Art is almost inextricably tied to the political landscape. As long as we have held elections, candidates have commissioned campaign posters to spread their messages, and political cartoons continue to succinctly depict the great debates and discourses of our government. For this exhibit, artists living and working in the greater Appalachian region will create unique works in reaction to a randomly selected political poster or cartoon from a historic presidential election. Curated by Eric Drummond Smith.
September 1, 2016 — September 30, 2016
Reception: Friday, September 2, 6p — 8p
Odds and ends. Beginnings and remainings. Nearly 18 years of fresh Les III artwork.
August 5, 2016 — August 31, 2016
Reception: Friday, August 1, 6p — 8p
Thank You Show Part II
January 1, 2016 — January 31, 2016
Reception: Friday, January 1, 6p — 8p
A downtown business for your eyes and ears that puts their money where their mouth is when they say they support the arts.