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“We are so fortunate that Dare County artists have come together to support us in this crazy, challenging year,” said Chris Sawin, executive director, in a statement. “Since our traditional fundraising gala is just not possible in 2020, we are inviting everyone to steal the deals at The Grea…
Jill Block, a self-taught artist, understands how to create acrylic paintings that show mature depth, form, contrast, composition and color.
There are few positives regarding the coronavirus pandemic and its effect on the local live music scene and musicians. Few venues present live music and much of it must be outside, for starters. That’s not a problem for venues with real estate big enough to accommodate a small stage, it’s a …
The Mount Olivet United Methodist Men will host its annual drive-thru barbecue and chicken dinner fundraiser from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug 21.
After years of study and practice, Erin Johnson now crafts pieces under the moniker Erin Nicole Jewelry and has begun to gain recognition for her work.
A retrospect of Rick Tupper's work will be on display at the Dare County Arts Council in Manteo through Aug. 29.
Joining impressionism with realism, Joseph Johnson leans towards representational work, but he concentrates on the essence of his subject.
This Nags Head artist's work can be seen on canvasses as small as stickers and as unusual as elevator shafts.
Local percussionist Dan Martier is confronted with the same uncertainty and questions shared by musicians - and people - around the world.
Noah Snyder is an artist, fitness mentor and surfer. He draws his artistic inspiration from the waves he knows so well.
Chris Sawin has been the Dare County Arts Council's executive director since 2012.
“I don’t think any of us truly anticipated all the changes that would come,” said Eve Turek, co-owner of the SeaDragon and Yellowhouse Gallery in Duck.
Swan kings and mermaids, angels, and fairies inhabit the Silver Bonsai Gallery in Manteo. They share space with twisting vines, blossoms, and undulating waves. These images, engraved in metal, reflect historic art movements that inspire gallery owners and master goldsmiths Kathryn and Ben Stewart.
The world pours into artists and flows out upon canvases. It is etched into metal and formed into bouquets or infused into their mediums of choice. This symbiotic relationship has been occurring since ancient humans painted on cave walls, decorated earthenware vessels, and crafted reed baskets.
The show will go on for Theatre of Dare, but when?
Photography to Cyndi Goetcheus Sarfan is a full-body experience. It offers mental challenges, physical exploration, inner healing, and emotional release.
Harry Harrison has been a fixture in the Outer Banks music scene for quite some time. Annually, bringing us his unique take on the classics and, to my mind, some of the most engaging, tuneful, intelligent original songs written in the past 30 years. From his Power Pop compositions to his in-…
With a keen eye and an open heart, North Carolina artist E.M. Corsa chronicles the world around her.
Creativity abounds inside Erika Ziegler’s soundside Frisco abode from which she runs her art business, ELA Designs.