Tuesday, December 31, 2013


Looks like I got ahold of some misleading information.
The Underground IS participating as a venue for Last Night tonight, but we are the comedy stage, including Phunbags and much more!
Also,  along with our visiting artist, Jessie Ward, we feature a new and exciting installation in the front gallery by member artist Nicole Howard. Come, relax, enjoy. The new January exhibit is up!

Thursday, December 26, 2013

John Henry and friends will be back here on the 31st for New Year's Eve at the Fayetteville Underground. New CDs available!!

Monday, December 23, 2013

Open Christmas Eve from 10 -2 for last minute shoppers.
One of the Artisan Teapots from Siegele and Haley featured in yesterday's post has sold today, along with a major ceramic piece by Sheila Richards, as well as a number of smaller items.

A new series on canvas by David Bachman is still on exhibit.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Open Dec.22, 23 & 24 - Extended Hours

Hank Kaminsky is in the gallery Sunday and Monday, along with MM Kent, to take care of your last minute art needs. Never know when you'll find you've run out of fresh ART.
Hank is drawing this morning, working on his new sculpture series due to be released in April.
Quality jewelry and small ceramic pieces, ornaments. Great values!

These 2 landscapes by Doug Randall sold this week at the Underground. There are lots of amazing things here this month.


A great collections of teapots by Siegele and Haley, as well as a selection of plates and mugs.


Sunday, December 8, 2013

On Saturday, Dec 8th, the Gallery opened to visitors at 10 and a performance at 3 o'clock. Mike and Sonya Davis Gutierrez and friends sat and played for about 45 minutes on the floor of the main gallery. The performers coaxed strange music from their toys. There are some notable pieces of artwork in the galleries this month. Of special note are several small horizontal landscapes by Doug Randall. A steal at less than $100 apiece. Robert Lemming has wowed us again with imaginary use of ordinary materials. Two large wall mounted pieces using dark grey foam and hot glue or silicone. Also affordable. Examples of three separate series by David Bachman. A great variety of teapots are on display from Siegele and Haley. Lots of Greg Moore stuff. Too much to mention it all. Come see it! We'll be open late on Weekends for the next few weeks.

Friday, December 6, 2013

Next week our Opening will be Thursday from 5-8pm. Kate Baer and Stacie Florer join the usual suspects with plenty of new work to show.

As we move into a new year, it is interesting what has been accomplished at the Underground, with some highly regarded new members, their energy, and desire to make the organization all it can be. What that is, of course, is not perfectly clear, but one thing is for certain, we have begun to broaden what we offer to our visitors and supporters. All of us are committed to provide the highest quality art possible.

One key element in progress has been our gallery manager, Samantha Sigmon, who, once she has had her coffee, is a veritible whirlwind of activity. Samantha has provided a single minded effort toward making our space at 101 W. Mountain Street into a first class gallery. We are very fortunate to have her.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Cold, cold sleet 'n snow. For those who brave the elements this Thursday, Fayetteville Underground is undergoing its last transformation of the year. As promised, William Mayes Flanagan (seriously, call him Bill) has finished a barrage of 5x5 paintings featuring Luna, his favorite model.

Jan Gosnell is showing a variety of offerings including this figurative abstract or abstracted figure, or something . . .

One of our brand new artists is Kate Baer, bringing distinctive jewelry to the gallery gift shop.

Kate Baer Fossils

Also in the giftshop find Ed Pennebaker Ornaments of various kinds:

Does anyone recognize this guy?

Martha Molina can probably be persuaded to tell you about him. . .