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Friday, August 20, 2010

Wow in Fayetteville: Update

Posted By on Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 2:19 PM

Gregory Moores Robin, acrylic on found metal
  • Gregory Moore's "Robin," acrylic on found metal

Thanks to social networking and my friendship with Fayetteville art maven Shannon Mitchell, I can blog about the exhibits in the galleries of Fayetteville Underground (now on their mailing list I hope!): "Ghosts in the Landscape No. 2," photographs by Christian Demare in the Hive; "Continental Shift," works from the Seattle-based collective in the Revolver; "Reclaimed Surfaces," paintings on found objects by Gregory Moore in the Vault, and "Let's Eat," vessels by Karan Freeman in the E Street Gallery. They all look great — and they're only up through August, it looks like. At 6:30 on Aug. 26, Moore and Leilani Law will give gallery talks, Moore on his work, Law on "Continental Shift." Take a look at the FU's blog and let me know what you think (especially love to hear from Fayettevillians who've seen the work in person).

Update:
Dwain Cromwell e-mailed to draw my attention to a piece Moore did on an elevator panel:

moore_painting.jpg

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