Chatham Artists Guild has joined Artists Sunday, the world’s largest art event, taking place November 27, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Attend the special Opening Reception from 2:00 to 4:00pm celebrating the All-Members Exhibit at Smelt Art Gallery. The show features more than 50 works in a wide variety of media. See watercolors, silkscreen prints, photographs, […]
Jim Aiken’s Fall Breeze has been juried into an important show in Vermont—the “2022 Land and Light and Water and Air” exhibition at the Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville, VT. It includes Vermont, New England, and Northeastern traditional landscape paintings. One hundred thirty-four artists submitted over 300 paintings to this year’s exhibition; making this one the largest number of submissions […]
Mark Hewitt Pottery announces their Holiday Kiln Opening dates for 2022: In conjunction with the Chatham Studio Tour The online store is open 24/7. New pots from go live at 5pm Monday, December 5. Open by appointment ’til Dec 23 and after Dec 26. Mark Hewitt PotteryChatham Studio Tour #36919.542.2371 email@example.com
Minnie Gallman has photographed the historic Nash-Hooper House’s gardens in Hillsborough for the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Gardens. This program began in the 1920s when the Garden Club of America began collecting images and slides of notable American gardens. In 1992, the collection was donated to the Smithsonian. The Nash-Hooper House was built circa 1772 by General […]
Sculpture abounds in a picturesque setting at the 34th Annual Sculpture in the Garden show, produced by the NC Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. The show presents works by 49 area sculptors, including five current members of the Guild. Visit to see art by Colleen Black Semelka, Forrest Greenslade, William Moore, Hamidou Sissoko, and Bronwyn Watson. Greenslade’s Frogue Magazine’s Best […]
Come celebrate with us! For the 30th year, our Studio Tour provides you the opportunity to experience the very best in contemporary and traditional artwork across multiple mediums—photography, pottery, stained glass, jewelry, painting, and many more. Art lovers, from students to serious collectors, are invited to connect with artists and view the creative process in […]
The Guild is pleased to welcome ten new members for 2021: • Claire Bezy—Drawing/Painting/Mixed Media • Daphne Boder—Drawing/Painting • Morgan Dreese—Painting • Ellison Goodwin—Ceramics/Sculpture • Patricia Martin—Drawing/Painting • Nancy Ann Moore—Drawing/Painting • Alexander Percy—Jewelry/Metals • Elizabeth Roberts—Painting/Mixed Media • Michael Stano—Photography • Darcy Szeremi—Jewelry/Metals To see more works by new members as well as all of […]
Expanding Opportunities, Making Connections, Building Community, the Guild’s 2021 Annual Report is available online. In addition to documenting the Annual Studio Tour and exhibitions, it highlights the Guild’s wide array of educational activities and collaborations with community and state-wide organizations. The report gratefully acknowledges the sponsors and donors vital for the year’s achievements.