Visual Art Exhibits
Art Exhibition Viewing Dates & Details:
(Click on the name of the show on the left to get more details!)
Reception: Friday, December 6, 5-8pm FREE
Auction runs December 6-19
Drift into the wonderland that the Halle dreams up this December. See what Apex businesses, schools, churches, performing groups, individuals and others create and take a chance on the silent auction to help our neighbors in need. It’s a short month this year so you’ll have no time to waste!
All Proceeds go to Western Wake Crisis Ministry
2020 SEASON BELOW!
- Annual Apex High Schools Exhibition
- Telvin Wallace Exhibition
- Jillian Goldberg & Susan Lamantia Exhibition
Annual Apex High Schools Exhibition
January 3 - February 7, 2020
Free Reception: Friday, January 10, 6pm-8pm
Come explore the work of high school students from local area high schools!
Telvin Wallace Exhibition
February 8 - March 8, 2020
Free Reception: Friday, February 14, 6pm-8pm
“When I make a painting I am building a psychologically charged space. I usually start off with a few sketches that familiarize me with the problems I will encounter in the final work. My technique varies based on the content of my subject matter. Indirect methods appear and can be utilized at any time in the course of a paintings development. Look at the pentimento that we find in a Da Vinci, Titian, or Caravaggio painting. They repainted but still maintained the ultimate balance. Ultimately, I develop my own techniques to come up with a unique visual language and aesthetic.” --Telvin Wallace is a Senior in the NCCU Department of Art who creates portraits.
Jillian Goldberg and Susan Lamantia Exhibition
March 21 - April 23, 2020
Free Reception: Saturday, March 21, 6pm-8pm
Jillian Goldberg was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. Aft er teaching and directing private educational summer camps and art programs for over thirty-five years in Charlotte, NC, she is now retired and lives in Cary with her husband. Since 2007, Jillian has enjoyed painting full time in her home studio and attends workshops and master classes annually, constantly seeking to broaden her understanding, appreciation and skills. In 2014, Jillian published a book on her mentor and friend, Benjamin Forrest Williams, who was the first curator of the North Carolina Museum of Art from its inception in 1949 until 1979. Th e book, “Benjamin Forrest Williams, a biographical essay” is available on Amazon.
“I believe my paintings - through color, shape, and texture reflect the energy I put into my creative process. I’ve been inspired by the pure colors, distortions and boldness of the Fauves as well as the impulsive and gestural interpretations of the Abstract Expressionists. I want my work to look spontaneous, but organized - gestural, but not chaotic. I hope that someone viewing my work will resonate with a painting and take delight in the energy of my work. Making a connection with my work in that manner is a happy thought for me.” --Susan LaMantia