It’s going to be an exciting Friday night in South End with no shortage of great things to do. Gallery Crawl is this Friday and we have A LOT of galleries and places hosting artists so make certain to check those out below. Food Truck Friday is a weekly staple and will have a canned food drive as well as some lively entertainment in addition to the wonderful food. The Atherton Market at Atherton Mill is hosting a Oyster Roast and Low Country Boil that starts at 3pm and goes until 7pm. Triple C Brewing Co is open and is always a great place to stop in and try some locally made beers! The full line up is below…it is a lot of information but hope to see you out!
Come to South End for our monthly Gallery Crawl taking place this Friday, November 2nd. Come explore and experience the many art galleries South End has to offer. Home to the largest number of galleries in Charlotte, you will find unique paintings; sculpture, jewelry, mosaics, and many galleries offer live music and refreshments!
Oyster Roast and Low Country Boil with Atherton Market at Atherton Mill. Atherton Market is set to roast oysters and cook up the Lucky Fish version of a Low Country Boil on Friday afternoon to kick off the weekend. From 3:00 pm until 7:30 or sellout you can get a cup of stew and a couple of roasted oysters for five bucks. Adult beverages and other options will be available throughout the afternoon and evening, as well as music, art and many of our regular vendors who you already know and love. Make plans to start your First Friday festivities with us.
Food Truck Friday takes place every Friday at the corner lot at Camden Rd & Park Ave. While you are out crawling between galleries, stop by for some great food truck cuisine. 10 Food Trucks are participating this week and will be having a Canned Food Drive to support Second Harvest Food Bank. If you donate a can you will get $1 off our dinner purchase. Alcohol can be purchased from Common Market or Phat Burrito, brought unopened to the Food Trucks and consumed in this lot. Food Truck Friday will also feature The London Broil Show. Dress warmly!
Gallery Exhibitions for November
Gil Gallery The fourth and last part of four part series, artists from across North Carolina come together to express their artistic vision around the color YELLOW via different media.
The YELLOW exhibition will launch on November 2 at Gil Gallery 109 west Morehead St Charlotte NC 28202 in uptown Charlotte from 5-10 pm and run for two weeks.
Yellow is a collaboration of different local artists.
Don’t miss this opportunity to PAINT THE TOWN YELLOW!
Lark and Key Gallery – Join us for Gallery Crawl – Friday, Nov 2nd from 6-9pm
Our fall exhibit features the paintings of Kendra Baird and pottery by Mark Knott. The show runs through Saturday, November 24th.
Click here to view more of Kendra’s work. Interested in seeing more of Mark’s pieces but can’t make it by the gallery? Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to send images.
Stop in anytime throughout November and take advantage of our Fall Jewelry Sale. Select items will be reduced from 25%-50%! Take 10% off all other jewelry inventory.
Vin Master – W. Hudson Temples See my solo show at Vin Master Wine Shop in historic south end Atherton Mills on November 2nd, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
Hidell Brooks Gallerypresents Scott Duce Marker Series + Charles Walker The Quiet Life. November 2 – December 22, 2012
Scott Duce The Marker Series has been one of my signature series for several years. These paintings are both abstract and representational in style. I set out to establish a simulated memory of place by combining recognizable images in an inner panel, surrounded by an abstract enclosure that is generally produced from the observation of actual fragments of surface texture. They may be based on wall surfaces, tile patterns, or less specific visual memories. The inner and outer images of the paintings represent very different types of visual space, however I retain a close relationship between them through the use of similarly referential color or texture, or through the emotion engendered by color combinations. For me the energy of the painting is generated by the contrast between the tranquility and deep illusionistic space of the inner image and the expressionistic, though more flat vigor of the outer image.
Charles Walker People crave narrative. I deny people that desire in my paintings. I try to make objects that operate in a space without story. I am just like you – I desire information, but I acknowledge a world that exists without words. In art there is a space for intuition and improvisation without any explanation as to how you arrive at any certain conclusion. Paintings do not provide any answers and they are also pretty lousy at forming questions. Paintings simply exist in thin slivers of space and time and they sit there looking at you as much as you look at them.
Ciel Gallery presents Please touch! Ciel Gallery hosts the opening reception for Texture: A Very Touchy-Feely exhibition of mosaic and mixed media on Friday, November 2, 6:00 – 9:00 PM. Free, open to the public, and family friendly.
Elder Gallery – This is our first solo exhibition of abstract paintings created by Anne Raymond in her East Hampton, New York studio. Raymond’s paintings represent atmospheric and gestural moments in time and can be viewd as subconscious imprints inspired by the changing luminosity and the energy created by the movement in nature. The artist has created his body of work with the goal of capturing a perceived fleeting moment. Opening reception is this Friday from 5pm to 8pm.present
Post & Gray, as a special addition to the Gallery Crawl, Post & Gray will be featuring the art work of Hiromi Ashlin and Imeida Yukenbarri. Post & Gray is located at 2139 S Tryon Street.
Unexpected Finds, for the First Friday of November, the 2nd, we are focusing on another of our new Artists….Barbara Ruth Man. Gallery Show starting at 6PM and runs until 9PM plus…the next in our on going series of Wine Tasting. Unexpected Finds 1710 Camden Rd Charlotte, NC 28203 704/333-8188
Charlotte Art League presents “Fall into Art” a juried show with winners announced this Friday between 5pm-9pm.
Charlotte ARTery – presents “Art Flows Here” introducing artists Tina Alberni, Laura Hitchcock, Randy Leibowitz Dean and Raine Middleton with opening reception from 5pm-9pm.
The mission of Charlotte Artery is to foster a cohesive art scene, provide studio and exhibition space, and forge cooperative relationships with other art organizations and galleries in the Greater Charlotte Area
More places you should shop and eat. Modern Fabric, Savory Spice Shop, Blush Boutique, Black Sheep, Boulevard at South End, Coffee & Thompson Gallery, SoBo Loft Boutique and Gifts, The Blank Canvas, The Benjamin Bear, The Liberty , Common Market, Phat Burrito, Bite Your Tongue, Icehouse, Zucca’s Pizza Tavern, Big Ben’s, Tyber Creek, Mac’s, Pike’s Old Fashioned Soda Shop, Carraba’s, Pewter Rose, Sullivans, Nikkos, Tavern on the Tracks, Gin Mill, All American Pub, World of Beer, and The Greek Isles!
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