Art flows more freely with a sink

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By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist  For Charlotte artist Patricia Steele Raible, a sink means not having to break a sweat to make a new piece. She creates mixed media artwork in her attic studio about eight miles south of uptown. The process involves painting wooden cradles, letting them dry and then coating the surfaces with …

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Public art is only a few steps away with walking tour

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By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist  There’s no better way to get to know – or get reacquainted with – Uptown Charlotte than the Public Art Walking Tour. The walking tour highlights public art found in the heart of the city. Many of the pieces tell Charlotte’s story. To take the tour, download the 45-minute self-guided …

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Starting Community Supported Art conversations

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By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist  A finished artwork is just the beginning for Charlotte conceptual artist Alex McKenzie. “Each piece of art,” he said, “is a starting point for a conversation.” He plans to give Community Supported Art (CSA) shareholders something to talk about with his submissions for the inaugural Arts & Science Council (ASC) …

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