Saturday, January 29, 2011

Greenville Museum of Art

Last night was the Opening Reception for the Greenville Museum of Art's exhibition titled A Woman's Place: Exploring the Female Identity.  Sculptures, paintings, drawings, mezzotints and fabric works of seven artists are included in this show.  A beautiful, full color catalog is available by contacting the museum.  I am honored to be showing in this historic North Carolina art museum.  Thank you to Director Charlotte Fitz and the wonderful staff of the Greenville Museum of Art for all your hard work.  Also, a huge thank you to the sponsors who made the catalog possible.  The seven artists included in the exhibition are: (links included for those I could find)

Dazzala Knight

on the far wall left to right works by: Jill Eberel, Valerie Jean Bailey, Alia El-Bermani, and Kiki Farish
sculptures by: Holly Fischer

 sculpture by Holly Fischer; paintings by Amy Freeman

A Woman's Place : Exploring the Female Identity
January 28 - March 20, 2011
802  S. Evans St
Greenville, NC 27834


  1. Wow - looks like this was a great show. Sorry that I missed it! I will have to keep checking out your blog on a more regular basis so that I know when another cool show like this comes around. I love work focused on women. Keep up the beautiful work and it looks like your show w/the botanicals and plants is going to be an interesting one as well. Congrats & good luck ~ a fellow NC artist