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Bob Eoff on Display Through Saturday at Art Cellar, Margaret Salisbury Opens June 16

What’s new at Art Cellar Gallery?

The Art Cellar Gallery has been a leader in the arts community in the region for over twenty-three years and continues to highlight the paintings and sculptures of regional, national and internationally acclaimed artists from across the Southeastern United States.

For more information about any gallery events and artists the gallery can be contacted at 828-898-5175, online at artcellaronline.com, or by visiting the Gallery on Hwy. 184 (920 Shawneehaw Ave), Banner Elk, NC Gallery hours are Monday through Saturdays from 10am to 5pm each day.

Ending This Weekend

“Local Color” watercolor and oils by artist Robert Eoff continues through Saturday, June 11.

Originally, from Memphis, Tennessee, Bob spent most of his adult career in broadcast television for The New York Times Company in New York City. He began painting in the early 1970’s after being inspired by the work produced in an artist colony in Memphis. Initially self taught, Bob trained himself in the way of the brush and the flow of colors. Eventually, Bob took classes in 2001 which led him away from his “colored water” paintings into the richly pigmented watercolors that are evident today.

Bob Eoff

On Exhibit Through July 24

“Memories of Appalachia” — paintings by Arlee Mains. Reception and book signing at the Hickory Museum of Art in Hickory, North Carolina from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 23.

Opening Soon

“A Different Light” with Margaret Salisbury, June 16 – July 2

Big Orange. Margaret Salisbury.

June Coffee Talks

June 11: Richard Oversmith, Journeys in Oil Demo

June 18: Margaret Salisbury, A Different Light

June 25: Walter Stanford, Feathers and Forests Pastel Demo

Upcoming Special Events

“Art, Fact and Fiction — Recent Works on Paper” with acclaimed American artist William Dunlap: join for cocktails and tall tales on Sunday, June 25 from 3-5 p.m. This is a rare opportunity to join in the conversation presenting recent work along with a reading and book signing of Short Mean Fiction.

William Dunlap