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Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now brings together 30 emerging and established artists working across the state. This group...
Every Day Beauty: Paintings by Anthony Ulinski / Pottery by Doug Dotson 118 W Parrish St
Durham, North Carolina TORN: A Year That Changed Everything 1TORN is actually a two venue exhibition as an installation of 24 works from ‘TORN: The Problem of Human Behavior"‘ is on view at our Broad Street gallery.in Margaret’s own words . . “I long ago abandoned television news in favor of the satisfyingly tactile experience of reading the newspaper at my kitchen table, a ritual I have held to despite the cost and impracticality. Yet there were days during the previous year when I let those daily papers pile up in my gravel drive, days that included hard rainfall and the heavy tires of delivery trucks. Rescuing the flattened (and sometimes soggy) wads, I invariably felt pangs of guilt. Opening the newspaper became an experience I more often dreaded than savored, a predictable fall down a rabbit hole of tumultuous events, heroic struggles, and historic failures. And when I did read them, which I almost always did, I could not help but give voice to my interior battles. Eventually, I began to write my rage, my puzzlement, my
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