February Featured Artists
Our gallery is free. We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am - 5pm.
Joyner’s exhibit is titled “Forgotten Fruit,” which will be a mix of wooden sculptures and paintings depicting African-American women who have been lynched in the US between 1886-1957. Joyner describes this exhibit as his attempt “at showing my boundless respect for the courage and spirit of these Black women who played a major role in shaping the soul of our country.”
We will be integrating technology into this exhibit, allowing you to see and hear Alexis speak about the overall inspiration behind the exhibit, as well as specific pieces. Due to the content depicted in this historical exhibit, we do advise viewer discretion. We hope that you will join us!
As a visionary folk artist, Danny’s paintings stretch the boundaries of realism in his mastery of color, texture, and pattern. Many of his new works have a rich abstract quality that tell his remarkable story.
Here's a sampling of the lovely artwork in our gallery.
Please click on each photo to learn more about the piece.
In Elizabeth City, NC? Come see the art in person at Arts of the Albemarle, 516 East Main Street.
We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 4pm
ADDRESS: 516 East Main Street, Elizabeth City, NC 27909
TEL: 252-777-ARTS |