Events

Events

Feb
10
Fri
Opening Reception: Local Color @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

“ALL COLORS ARE THE FRIENDS OF THEIR NEIGHBORS AND THE LOVERS OF THEIR OPPOSITES.” – MARC CHAGALL
Color. There is no one way to use it. Simply through color, an artist can evoke strong emotions and create deep meaning in their work. On a color wheel, opposing colors are considered complementary. In a painting, neighboring colors often energize one another. In a work of art, a single color can tell a profound story, many colors together can make a powerful statement. In a sense it is a community of individuals working in harmony, not unlike our own.
FRANK gallery is pleased to present Local Color, an exhibition showcasing our diverse range of work by our talented community of artists. Each piece has been chosen based on one of the most basic concepts of artmaking – color. This group show features painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, woodwork, and more, by our renowned collective of local and regional artists. Based on the theme of color, we will not only be presenting a range of works, styles, and prices, but will be creating a visual masterpiece curated by our outstanding FRANK Curatorial Committee.

Mar
4
Sat
Cantari presents “Music by Dan Locklair” @ Chapel of the Cross
Mar 4 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Cantari, the Voices Ensemble is pleased to announce its spring program “Music by Dan Locklair”, featuring two works by the highly acclaimed composer from North Carolina. “A DuBose Heyward Triptych” portraying the city of Charleston, SC, with its coastal beauty and Civil War history, and “Requiem,” a lovely, serene setting accompanied by organist Matthew Brown.

Dan Locklair, a native of Charlotte, NC, is Composer-in-Residence and Professor of Music at Wake Forest University. He and his wife, Paula, will be attending Cantari’s performance in March.