Contemporary southern folk art, NC wood-fired pottery, and custom picture framing
Opening Soon- This Tuesday Online
June 1 – 20th, 2017
Show Opens Online: Tuesday, May 30th at 11am
Opens in the Gallery: Thursday, June 1st
Opening Reception First Friday, June 2: 5 – 8pm
When darkness falls and the quiet of evening arrives, mysteries and magic often emerge. Be it through observation, dreams states, or quiet contemplation, many artists find the secluded hours between nightfall and sunrise especially inspiring and productive. American Folk Art has selected a series of nine artist’s whose works are an interpretation of the meaning of “Night Visions”.
James A. ‘Buddy’ Snipe is a Still-Going-Strong working artist from Alabama. In many ways he represents the essence of Southern Folk Art. He is absolutely compelled to create. His confidence in his own way of making is supreme, from simple to complex his art is easy to identify as his. He is excited and gets joy from each creation…and we feel that love when we hold a piece. I was able to gather up some new pieces for the gallery, check em out here
Thank-you for your interest & enthusiasm. We love the artists we represent & we love you for helping to support them, which, in turn, allows them to continue to explore & create….
For more information or to purchase artwork, call us at 828-281-2134 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Folk Art & Framing is open 7 days a week: Mon-Sat: 10-6, Sundays: Noon – 5 pm