Wide open: the show

On Thursday, December 4, I’ll show 30-some works in oil and ink at the Chowan Arts Council at 504 S. Broad St. in Edenton.  The show is titled Wide Open and features the overlooked landscapes of North Carolina’s Northeast.  This is a land of forgotten explorers, a four-and-half-century history of visual art, small Indian tribes, and big skies.  Between now and then, I’ll offer previews of some of the works and reflections on the places that inspired them.

The little sketch below grew into a study, a 2 x 3′ rendered drawing, and a painting almost as big.

Bunch's Garage

Bunch’s Garage. China ink. 3 x 6″

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