Triangle's newest fine art gallery opens in Mebane

Fine Art Carolina opens in historic downtown Mebane. Opening reception, October 1, 2011, 7 pm – 9 pm.
Sept. 26, 2011 - PRLog -- Six artists joined together to open a fine art gallery in Mebane, North Carolina with the mission to connect to the community and build an appreciation for art. They recently renovated the old building on Clay Street that once was the Wall Street Barber Shop owned and operated by Harold Ashley.

In connecting to the community there will be events like "Tribute Shows" to honor persons that have played an important role in the community, Mini Lunch-Break workshops where persons can explore their inner artist and create art, 2- and 5-day workshops by nationally known artists, and a "Community Show" where non-professional artists are invited to display their art.

The gallery can also be rented for meetings, Girl's Night Out parties, Art parties, and other events.

The six local artists, Ali Givens, Jude Lobe, Celine Meador, Pat Scheible, Jill Troutman and Pam Watts, are all established professional artists and will be exhibiting work in a variety of media. Media include fabric art, oil painting, acrylic painting, enamel and copper, collage, and watercolor. The artists own and operate the business and have added a studio space so they can work on their art while they are working in the gallery.

Fine Art Carolina also provides the following art services for art buyers:
On-site review of residential, corporate and public spaces,
Selection and presentation of artwork,
Commissioned works of art,
Art available on loan for approval,
Delivery and professional installation, and
Crating and shipping worldwide.

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Fine art gallery exhibiting variety of styles of contemporary and traditional art in various mediums, located in historic downtown Mebane, North Carolina.
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