Cary, NC – Cary Pottery is firing up downtown. It’s a watershed moment for potter Kenneth Neilsen, but also for downtown Cary and the local arts community. Read more
Story by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Ms. Chester is a member of the Town’s Parks & Rec Advisory Board.
Cary, NC- The Town of Cary recently sponsored a unique art event, titled Monumental Fire by Nina Hole that was created on-site and publicly revealed on November 2. Now that the dust has literally settled, we have heard some feedback from the public and wanted to share. Read more
Photos by Brooke Meyer. Above, time lapse of fire sculpture fully revealed.
Cary, NC – It was a spectacle like no other Cary has seen – a giant clay sculpture, baking itself in its own flames, unwrapped and revealed to a sizable (and somewhat awestruck) crowd. Most fortunately, photographer Brooke Meyer was there to capture the flavor of this remarkable event. Read more
Story and photos by Lindsey Chester. Above, The artist, Nina Hole, with the fire sculpture being built behind her.
Cary, NC- Something is building at the corner of South Academy and Dry Avenue in Downtown Cary and all will be revealed, quite literally on November 2. Read more
Cary, NC – We love the Kramden Institiute, those folks just across the town line in Durham who have refurbished 11,000 computers and given them to underprivileged students. Now, work by Kramden co-founder Ned Dibner, 23, has been chosen for a most unusual art exhibit at the Smithsonian Institute.
Story by Lindsey Chester. Photos by Lindsey Chester and Hal Goodtree.
Cary, N.C. – Friday morning, under a threatening sky, 12 sculptures made their temporary homes along Academy Street in Downtown Cary. From about 9:30 through the afternoon, the artists and a town crew along with volunteers from Cary Visual Art helped secure each piece of art, as part of the annual juried show known as the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. The sculptures will call Cary their home through June of 2013. Read more