CSA Exhibit in Projective Eye Gallery at UNC Charlotte Center City (6.12.18)
I've been fortunate enough to be a CSA (Community Supported Art) artist in 2014, and again, this year, in 2018. What an interesting opportunity to pitch an idea for an group of 50 pieces, each within 12"x12"x12" area. (And, even better chance to mingle with new - and old - collectors at three private pick up events!)
Of course, I pitched glass ideas both times. This year my water glass minis were widely appreciated. (Fun Fact: I also assisted ASC with two of the CSA seasons and actually hung/installed many of the first "shares" for Dan Roselli and Sara Garces Roselli at Packard Place - when I was an independent contractor there:)
NOW the CSA Exhibit is in Projective Eye Gallery at UNC Charlotte Center City.
Come celebrate 5 years of ASC’s Community Supported Art program and the amazing creative individuals who've produced wonderful and diverse works of art.
Read more here.
It is a great exhibition, a cross section of Charlotte area's most talented artists. Amy Herman did an excellent job curating the show and hanging a thoughtful display of CSA artist's art, as well as a fun timeline with an example of every CSA share since the beginning.
Want to see it? The show runs through July 28, 2018. The Projective Eye Gallery is open 7 days a week, 9am-8pm. The gallery WILL ALSO be participating in the uptown gallery crawl on Thursday, June 28. (If you want a private tour, reach out and I'll meet you there.)
ENJOY SOME FUN PICS BELOW.
My wall glass triptych does nestle nicely between these. (Chris and I own a Tim Sheaffer... he's the artist on the right:)
Seasons (Summer), wall mounted. $500 (Available.)
More about the program...
Like I said, some of the area's best creatives:)
Love the first view shows hubby's sweet encaustic painting diptych!!
Chris Craft with his diptych:)
The end of the timeline... with one of my water glass minis.