The Van Winkle Law Firm Gallery
Pulp Potential: Works in Handmade Paper
The works in this exhibition reveal the breadth of possibilities and unique qualities that exist when artists choose to employ and even create handmade paper. Observe through the exhibition how artists paint with pulp, create dimension through building up and embossing paper, embed other materials between fibers, and use color to create innovative textures and imagery.
On View through July 24, 2023
Appleby Foundation Exhibition Hall
*Opening April 14—Altruistic Genius: Buckminster Fuller’s Plans to Save the Planet
Asheville-born and Raleigh-Durham-based interdisciplinary artist Sherrill Roland’s socially driven practice draws upon his experience with wrongful incarceration for a crime he did not commit and seeks to open conversations about how we care for our communities and one another with compassion and understanding.
Opening April 14, 2023
Windgate Foundation Atrium
Many Become One
Art and artists often encourage us to consider our place in the world. Much like the traditional United States motto E Pluribus Unum, meaning “out of many, one,” the artists who created the works seen in the Atrium and Museum Plaza brought many separate parts together to make a unified whole. These works offer us a variety of possibilities for how to navigate our physical world on regional, national, and global levels.