Elberson Fine Arts Center Galleries, Salem College
Friday, September 13, 2019 • 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Mary Davis Holt Galleries
Will was a recipient of a 2018 Duke Energy Regional Artist Grant from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. The grant funded acquisition of a camera capable of photographing in the Infrared portion of the spectrum. With it, Willner photographed every park in the city and county, producing 80 unique images. willwillner.com/Will/Parks/
Crows are among the most intelligent birds. Despite their intellect, crows are often represented as harbingers of dangerous times and symbols of death portrayed in dark and impressionistic tones. Contemplating Crows illustrates this dichotomy.
Velma Mason Davis Gallery
Garnet Goldman is a self-taught artist living in Winston Salem, North Carolina. She has been making color pencil & ink drawings and acrylic paintings for the past 25 years. One of her earliest introductions to art came from picture and fairy tale books, which continue to teach and inspire her.
Goldman combines stylized figures with bold patterns and colors to illustrate emotions, thoughts from scripture, and treasured pieces of stories and memories. She sees her paintings as archives that store all the feelings and experiences that took place during the time it took to complete each one.
June Porter Johnson Gallery
Explore the history of women’s education and employment in the sciences. Set within the context of both the societal view and at a woman’s college, historical images and stories of individuals illustrate and describe how non-famous female scientists helped change their world.
Elberson Fine Arts Center, Salem College