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the article Broadhurst
Gallery: Bringing Beauty to the World. To view the article, click here.
Art now on display
Geranium Lake lll 48x60
A Bed for Butterflies 48x48
Big Thicket 17 36x48
Sunset Kauai 36x60
Tree Over Pond 40x40
Water and Grasses 24x48
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Star by Scott Upton
the painting from Broadhurst Gallery to Moore Regional Hospital
place Rotunda, Moore Regional Hospital
work by Scott Upton can be seen at the Broadhurst Gallery
by John Gessner
John Gessner has been
a commercial, editorial and fine art photographer for twenty years. He has worked
with a number of world famous photographers including a five year term with Hashi
Studio in Manhattan. For the past ten years John has lived in the Sandhills and
specializes in architectural and interiors photography.
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a visit to Judy Broadhurst's
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enjoy great sculpture by renown California artist
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photos from the Show opening
Farlowe and Shawn Phillip Morin sculpture
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Gallery is pleased to announce that a work by our artist
St.Lewis has recently been collected for the permanent collection of University
of North Carolina's Ackland Art Museum in Chapel Hill. The work, a portrait of
Ackland donor and namesake William Hayes Ackland was commissioned as part of the
Enduring Likeness / Counterlives / Warhold Big Shots exhibition. This acquisition
marks the 6th permanent museum collection for the artworks of St.Lewis, and his
first in his home state of North Carolina. Please come by the gallery to see new
works by this critically acclaimed artist including his new eglomise mirrored
Adams brought new work to add to his unique sculptures
Luconi Winner, a nationally recognized portrait
artist, demonstrated the quick study technique of portrait sketching in oil at
the Broadhurst Gallery
more photos on the Events page....
new paintings by Bruce Dorfman
Watch for new schedule Gallery talks and Art demo classes
Were pleased to announce the
2008 Piney Awards, PineStraw Magazines recognition of excellence in the
arts, a celebration of the arts and culture of the North Carolina Sandhills. What
follows are brief profiles of this years four primary honorees Stephen
E. Smith (Literature); Judy Broadhurst (Visual Arts); Baxter Clement (Music);
and Mitchell Capel (Performance Arts). Each recipient, in his or her own unique
way, has made an invaluable contribution to expanding the public consciousness
of art and strengthening the vivid cultural life of our community, bringing distinction
to their craft and earning the attention and respect of critics and audiences
alike. In addition to the recognition of four well-deserving local artists, we
at PineStraw have long been of the opinion that art should sometimes be as much
fun as it is inspiring and beautiful. For this reason, weve added thirty
slightly more subjective some might say off the wall or even
downright silly Piney Awards recognizing people and things
that make life in these ancient Sandhills such a hoot. We hope they make you smile,
as they certainly did us. Most of all, we hope our selection of inaugural Piney
Award winners helps remind you what a richly diverse and generously gifted
community of artists resides in these parts. Theyre your neighbors.
And, in some ways theyre you.
Piney Award for Visual Arts
By Mary Griffin
would argue that Wilmington native Judy Broadhurst single-handedly brought art
to the Sandhills when she and her husband, Jack, moved Pinehurst in 1990.
Today she owns and operates the Broadhurst Gallery on Midland Road, where the
artists featured are Broadhursts good friends. Many are North Carolina artists,
and many are from her time in New York when she worked in a gallery there.
A tour of her own gallerys rooms reveal contrast from stark contemporary
to vibrant impressionism to images that leap off canvases in still-life realism.
Currently patrons can see local artist David Hewson; London-trained Rachel Clearfield,
who now lives and works in Asheville; North Carolina artist Richard Fennell; South
Carolina artist Joseph Cave; Texas artist Gerry Weers, among many more.
My goal is to have the best artists represented here from each category,
realistic, contemporary, impressionist I love seeing new art, says
Broadhurst. I get new work almost daily and I keep it moving all the time.
The Broadhurst Gallery hosts about four shows a year, and gallery talks more frequently.
Broadhurst lives and breathes art, and has ever since she can remember.
Shawn Phiiilp Morin
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