Upfront Gallery & Lobby

Ursula Gullow, Pop In Artist in Residence
Residency + Exhibition
Upfront Gallery

July 3 – September 30, 2017

First Friday Gallery Walks:
July 3, August 4 + September 1, 2017
6-10pm

Ursula Gullow, I Could Dream Myself Anwhere

During July, Ursula Gullow will work in the Upfront Gallery to create an exhibition that will open in August.

Gullow states, “My background in sociology informs a visual investigation into the individual’s relationship to themselves, each other and their landscape. I emphasize the in-between spaces of story-telling and bodies in motion. I am conceptually swayed by political theory and popular media.”

ARTIST BIO
Ursula Gullow
was a recipient of the North Carolina Regional Artist Project Grant in 2009 and Penland School of Craft’s Williams and Womble Scholarship in 2014. Venues for her solo exhibitions include PUSH Gallery in Asheville, NC, Malcolm E. Blowers Gallery at UNC in Asheville, and Anthology Film Archives in New York City. Her paintings are exhibited at Haen Gallery in downtown Asheville. She was an artist-in-residence with The Gil-Society in Akureyri, Iceland in 2005 and at Spark Box Studio in Picton, Canada in August, 2016. Gullow teaches painting and design classes at A-B Technical Community College and was named “Outstanding Continuing Education Instructor of 2014.”

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Ursula Gullow, Self Exam Installation, detail

Gabrielle Duggan
Resiliencing
Lobby

May 19 – August 18, 2017

First Friday Gallery Walks:
June 2, July 7, August 4, 2017
6-10pm

Gabrielle Duggan creates installations that combine techniques of traditional fiber work with disparate materials to explore physical and social tension. With an education in Fine Arts and Fashion and Fibers and Surface Design, Duggan’s work has been supported by the NC Arts Council, Art on the Atlanta Beltline. She has exhibited nationally at institutions including SECCA and the Governors Island Art Fair.

Gabrielle Duggan, within, without

Site-Specific Installation:
Tedd Anderson

Davie St Entrance

Tedd Anderson’s mural features the iconic “dry space” characters for which the artist is known set in a landscape filled with swirling, topographic lines, jagged edges, and meditative objects and shapes. A banner with a poem scrawled on its surface runs through the piece, bringing the imagery into a cohesive whole.