Gallery Walk

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17 WA L K gallery Golden Gallery — Cotton Exchange 311 North Front Street, 910-762-4651, www.thegoldengallery.com “Home to the Sea” Original watercolor and giclée prints by Mary Ellen Golden Spectrum Gallery The Forum, Suite J, 910-256-2323 ex 3, www.spectrumartandjewelry.com “Blue Billows II” Oil on canvas, 36 inches by 36 inches by Jodie Wrenn Rippy $2,200 Eclipse Artisan Boutique More than 100 local and regional artisans: 203 Racine Drive, 910-799-9883, www.EclipseArtisanBoutique.com “Time and Space” necklace, vintage timepiece accented with Swarovski crystals on an etched brass base inlaid with an image of the Fox Fur Nebula from the Hubble telescope on a sterling silver chain. $195 For Sale By Owner Pat Bradford: 910-367-1137 or 910-256-5830 “March Snow” by Stephen Sebastian, artist’s proof 75/83. 18.5 inches by 26 inches triple matted and framed. Signed and dated by artist, also inscribed as follows: “Best wishes to a real lady and friend Merry Christmas —1983 Stephen” $1, 800 Privately owned, for sale by owner’s sister. “Soundforge” by metalsmith Gabriel Craig and composer Michael Remson and “Mirror No. 12” by Daniel Rozin. Brian Knep’s work from his “Healing Series” is an interactive floor projection with patterns that change in response to the stimulus of a step. The patterns pull away when visitors walk across, creating “wounds.” When no one is on the floor the patterns return to cover the wounds, but in a different way than before. “MICRO” is the creation of Purring Tiger (Aaron Sherwood and Kiori Kawai). The piece consists of 200 hanging translucent orbs, each containing a colored light and a speaker that’s activated after being gently tapped. Museum-goers create music by touching the orbs. Each composition is unique to the person creating it. “Soundforge” is another exhibit that allows for inimitable music. The collabora-tion between metalsmith Gabriel Craig and composer Michael Remson consists of three hand-forged, steel-keyed instruments. Visitors engage the work by using custom hand-carved wooden mallets to strike the keys. Craig said the act is similar to the metalworking he does. “When you’re hammering, you’re making metal and you’re creating sound,” Craig says. www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM


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