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FRESH Fun Day 2016

With Artspace receiving over 130 submissions for FRESH: New Works by North Carolina Artists,  we were overjoyed to host the FRESH Fun Day this past weekend. Artists, families, and passersby alike were welcome to stop by, observe the art on display, vote for their favorite piece(s), and create their very own works of art to […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Barbara Campbell Thomas

FRESH Feature Find out more about Barbara Campbell Thomas, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   Barbara Campbell Thomas’s work engages the daily challenge of locating ourselves amidst the barrage of imagery and information that is characteristic of 21st century life; her paintings and collages capitalize on fragmentation, the unexpected results arising from a […]

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The Travellers

FRESH Artist Profile: Rachel Campbell

FRESH Feature Find out more about Rachel Campbell, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   In my most recent work, I am driven to unravel the unseen narratives within the shifting tide of the world around me. The slow decay of a building once a vital hub of activity, the beauty of nature […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Jean Chevalier

FRESH Feature Find out more about Jean Chevalier, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   I see my recent work being concerned with the visual effects of accumulated life experiences, as an exploration of gender identifiers in US society, and as the results of unrestrained use of undefined technique- but I could be wrong. […]

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FRESH Artist Profiles: Mimi Logothetis

FRESH Feature Find out more about Mimi Logothetis, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   I work in porcelain, because of its starkness, purity, strength and translucence, all depending on its manipulation. I use symbolic images and decorate the wet clay with transfers that I assemble and layer in order to create a story, […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Peter Marin

FRESH Feature Find out more about Peter Marin, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   Peter Marin was born and raised in Mexico City. He has lived in New York City, Madrid, San Francisco and Oakland. He recently moved to Raleigh to continue his painting practice, to become an active member of the […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Colin Murasko

FRESH Feature Find out more about Colin Murasko, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   My current body of work transitions from a former concept of line which dealt primarily with vertical and horizontal planes of color, to a more gestural, curved set of linear elements that intersect within the piece. Whether representational or […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Christer Berg

FRESH Feature Find out more about Christer Berg, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   Christer Berg is a professional photographer residing in Raleigh, North Carolina. Born in Sweden, he has lived in North Carolina since 1995. While starting photographing in his teens, his passion for photography lay dormant for many years (college, career, […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Linda Prager

FRESH Feature Find out more about Linda Prager, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace. From the first moment I saw a piece of pottery being thrown on a wheel I knew I needed to touch clay. While initially drawn to the wheel, I quickly became focused on hand building to create pieces that are […]

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FRESH Artist Profile: Lynn Pownell

FRESH Feature Find out more about Lynn Pownell, one of 27 artists juried into the FRESH exhibition at Artspace.   Creating woven goods from materials that might otherwise go unused is my special interest. I use recycled textiles, textile mill ends, and loom waste to create colorful and playful rugs, wall pieces, and fiber sculpture. My design inspiration […]

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