PRLog - Sep. 23, 2011 - CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Opening reception for "Indian Summer"- works by NC artists- is to be viewed at the Second Friday Artwalk in Chapel Hill, at the Focal Point Gallery, Friday, October 14th 6-9 pm.
Late Evening Sunset by Elaine Pelkey-Herrick
An Indian summer occurs in autumn and is also used metaphorically to refer to a late blooming of something. The modern use of the term is when the weather is sunny and clear; then after a frost, the landscape becomes an artist palette of colors. The artists of Focal Point Gallery offer you an Indian Summer experience with their many styles and uses of color.
Focal Point Gallery is the newest fine art and craft gallery in Chapel Hill located at 1215 East Franklin Street. Exhibiting North Carolina artists Kathy Alderman, Kelly Alderman, Lee Capps, Brenda Garner, Mohinder S. Gill, Jamie Hansen, John Horwitz, Jolanta Kokot, Windy Lampson, Eduardo Lapetina, Mira Pawlus, Elaine Pelkey-Herrick, Diny Rahimtoola, LouAnne Summers, Burton Tysinger, Olga Wagner and Emogene Wallace.
Eduardo Lapetina, who was quoted as being "an inspired heir to 20th century abstractionism,”
Focal Point Gallery will celebrate Indian Summer with color. The exhibit begins October 14th through November 10th. Focal Point Gallery is located on 1215 East Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27514. 919-636-
Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 12 Noon - 6 pm
Sunday: 3 - 6 pm
Focal Point Gallery located in Chapel Hill is a fine art and crafts gallery exhibiting work of NC artists: paintings, photography, sculptures, jewelry, glass, metal, pottery and gift items.