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When you walk into Sue and Perry Freeman’s Roanoke Island home, you can’t help but notice the art on the walls and a huge living room wall covered in strips of multicolored wood. The art and the wall are creations by Sue Freeman, a local artist who was a recent award winner in the Molly Fear…

I’ve always had a hard time figuring out how I should celebrate Columbus Day. I always come up short and end up buying a pizza and raising my slice to Christopher. But since I’ve moved to the Outer Banks, I’ve discovered the town of Duck has it all figured out for me. Better yet, they’ve mad…

Author signings and special events are on tap at Ducks Cottage and Downtown Books throughout October. All events are free and open to the public, and books for all signings will be available for purchase on-site. Following is a schedule of events:

I woke up this morning and wanted to tell my friend Glenn Eure that I had taken my “pretty pills” because he always suggested that I had every time he saw me. I know he said this to all the women that came into his Ghost Fleet Gallery in Nags Head, but I believed him because Glenn said it wi…

Hanna Jubran ponders the universe — astronomy, the cosmos and natural science studies of celestial objects and phenomena. Working with stainless steel, bronze, steel and aluminum, he creates wall reliefs and sculptures. To loosely interpret his artist statement, by fashioning these works tha…

Often, it is art that records history. Sometimes it celebrates it. In the case of the Dare County Arts Council exhibition, The Chicamacomico Shake Show,” art does both.

Gracie Isbrecht came into the art business to help a friend. She had never done retail before and is not an artist, but her friend Barbara Warnell was ill and needed help running the Frisco Art Center, so Isbrecht stepped up.

Color explodes in the Vault Gallery at the Dare County Arts Council this month. Appropriately named, “In Living Color” is an exhibit featuring the works of Outer Banks artists Dawn Gray Moraga and Ben Morris. The showing dips its toes in multiple genres that mix decorative, abstraction, and …

It’s hip to be square — if you are a two-dimensional work of art, that is. Currently on display at Seaside Art Gallery is “Outer Banks Squared,” an exhibit of art measuring 12-inch by 12-inch. Square work is the latest trend according to Seaside owner Melanie Smith. “The square shape is real…

Breaking into the art world is no easy task. It takes skills, talent, fortitude, and persistence to name just a few characteristics of successful entrepreneurs. The world of art is one of the tougher fields in which to make money, as it isn’t always taken seriously or considered an essential…

Dead Heading Workshop Make the most of your artistic summer annual and perennial beds by getting into a deadheading routine, a method of pruning to ensure the continuation of new flowers throughout the summer season.

Ami Hill gazes around her new gallery Muse Originals OBX. “I don’t have talent like this, she says, as she gestures to the art that fills the venue to the brim.

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Cloud Nine in Nags Head is celebrating its 30th anniversary. At the helm of the bead shop and art gallery is Ginny Flowers, who is as thrilled today to be operating the business as she was three decades ago when she first opened the doors.

Suzanne Stark has a mind like an engineer. She excels at figuring out new things that peak her curiosity. Armed with loads of creativity and open to possibilities, she explores various mediums with fabric products her end result.