Wednesday, October 31, 2012

There's a lot to see in the gallery this month aside from Maser's excellent show of 3 paintings finished in the past two weeks. Surveying the new work on view at the Underground today, I have to say that the Watercolors by  Janis Gill Ward are extremely appealing! You must need three names to paint amazing watercolors. William Mayes Flanagan has also produced another set of jewels featuring the Moon, as always. New pieces by Sheila Richards

from Couples Series

 will whet the collector's appetite, and I know which piece will be snatched up first. Ed Pennebaker has new sparkling sculpture, Cheri Bohn has been making small pyramid lamps of stained glass, and  I've hung three of my Portal Series paintings.

                                                                                                                           MM  Kent
Portal #4 in my Studio

Thursday, October 25, 2012

the New Art Gallery is Open!

November show on view Wednesday, October 31st, Halloween, from 10-7.
Opening reception first Thursday 5- 8:30 pm

Two new 5' x 5' paintings by Maser
plus new ceramics from Sheila Richards, new watercolors by William Mayes Flanagan and Janis Gill Ward, new major works by Jan Gosnell and MM Kent.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Our Man from Dublin has arrived!

On view November 1st ,First Thursday, on the square, Fayetteville
“So I started writing positive little messages to the city, like “Maser loves you”. A lot of street artists’ work focuses on the negative. I don’t want to do that – it’s us on the ground level who have to see it every day. I use rounded, inviting type fonts. I started writing hopeful messages; things like “Urban Achievers” instead of “Underachievers”.”

Maser's Blog        



Since 1995 he's
 treated the world as his canvas leaving behind some
 of his artwork in London, Austria, Germany, 
Copenhagen, Holland, Belgium, Prague, Slovenia,
 Spain and Sweden as well as making a visit to 
New York the birth place of his beloved art form. 
Maser has also painted extensively throughout

Sunday, October 7, 2012

I'm wondering about our first Artist in Residence. 
All I know is that he's male and Irish.
Studio #9 is ready, and we expect to see him soon . . .

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

October Opening

                    My Refuge                                                                  My Fortress

by Jody Stephenson
Some special treats await this month for you
at 101 W. Mountain St. -

William Mayes Flanagan has produced an exciting body of new work, in plenty of time for Halloween.    Meow!

All new ceramics from Rebecca Dunn.

The latest multi-media sculpture from Ed Pennebaker.

Exceptional photography from Schmidt, House and Haley. 

Jan Gosnell -  Shocking stuff!

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