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Gaston College “50 Years of Visual Excellence” Art Exhibition

  • Jeanne Rauch Gallery 201 Hwy. U.S. 321 S. Dallas, NC 28034 (map)

                                Gaston College “50 Years of Visual Excellence” Art Exhibition

Gaston College is celebrating 50 Years of Visual Excellence. The exhibition will be on display March 26, 2015 through May 18, 2015 in the Jeanne Rauch Gallery. The show is presented by CaroMont Health.

The show features a wide variety of artworks in media ranging from wood, clay, oil paint and steel to digital imagery. The show is part of the Texture & Tones Art Festival, which takes place over four days from April 14 – 17, and will feature music, dance, poetry readings, and art exhibitions.

The public will be able to meet the artists during a free public reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, at the Jeanne Rauch Gallery, which is located in the lower level of the Rauch Science and Fine Arts Building on the Dallas Campus, 201 Highway 321 South, Dallas, NC. Light refreshments will be served.

The 64 exhibiting alumni & faculty are:  Gary Freeman, John Merritt, Frank Creech, Michael Sherrill, James H. Pruett, Liliya Zalevskaya, Mary Dobbins, Ashley York, Alaina Chapman, Cathy Baker-Thout, Carolyn Jacobs, Linda Simpson, Joel Martin, Renee Calhoun Matthews, Patricia Rhodes, Lynette Demperio, David Demperio, Teri Fridley, Jeannie Goforth Burns, Jason Reynolds, John Wofford, Darren Young, Raquel Gaiten, Barbara Chadwick, Barry Lockman, Graham Weathers, Peter Goff, John Martin, David Sackett, Dexter Benedict, Grace Carr, Jack Sexton, Heather Jones, Jan Craft, Jeanne G. Rauch, Kit Kakassy, Brenda Bostian, Stacey Pilkington Smith, Paula Smith, Jason Story, Pamela M. Norcross, Michael Hensdill, Megan Seehorn, Jim Biggers, Sarah Smith, Jacqueline Dunford, Marie Lafitte, Ryan Dawson, Edward Wallace, Debra Wallace, Rebecca Haggist, Joseph Mann, Keith Lambert, Willie Baucom, Sara Burton, Michelle Podgorski, Nicholas Batounis, Tameerah Abbott, Claire Stromberg, Richard Gilbert, Roger Stephens, Thomas Whichard, Ashley Salsgiver, and Nancy Nieves

The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free and the gallery is open to the public. For more information, call Jason Story, Gallery Coordinator, 704-922-6245

Earlier Event: March 24
Later Event: April 11
Workshop at Red Lodge Clay Center