A summer exhibit of artwork by Davidson College art majors is on display through the end of July at the collge’s Belk Visual Arts Center in Davidson. Also, several new artists are showing their work on the walls at the Business Center Gallery on South Main Street in Davidson. Meanwhile, Mooresville Artist Guild is seeking entries for its annual photography exhibit, with take-in this weekend.
ART BY ART MAJORS
Artwork by art majors is on display through July 30 in the Smith Gallery at Davidson College’s Belk Visual Arts Center, Main and Griffith streets in downtown Davidson. The exhibit features work by studio art majors in the Class of 2013. The exhibit is free, and on display 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. For more information call 704-894-2575.
ART AT THE BUSINESS CENTER
Several artists are showing their work this summer on the gallery walls at the Business Center at South Main Square, 442 S. Main St. Davidson. Works by Jon Tarleton, Russ Gavitt and Mark Seiter are on display through August during weekday business hours. Stop by and take a look!
CALL FOR PHOTO ENTRIES
The Mooresville Artist Guild is seeking entries for its Annual Photography Exhibition, which runs July 3 to 27 in the Mooresville Artist Guild Depot Fine Arts Center, 103 Center Ave., Mooresville. The exhibit is open to all artists age 18 or older working in the medium of photography. This includes traditional photography, digital or digitally altered photography, and mixed media with photography works. Please see prospectus for category specifics at www.magart.org
The revised take-in for the Photography Exhibit will be this Sunday, July 1, from 2-4 p.m., and Monday, 1-4 or 5-7 p.m. All entries must be submitted at the Mooresville Artist Guild Depot Fine Arts Center, in the historic train depot in downtown Mooresville. Bring the completed entry form and entry fees. Dennis Kiel, Chief Curator at The Light Factory, will be the Juror. Prizes will be awarded for each category.
The exhibit may be seen weekdays during depot hours, free and open to the public.
LAST WEEK FOR SUNSETS AND SAILBOATS
Only a few days left to see the exhibit “Lake Norman Sunsets, Sailboats & Scenery,” featuring the inspirational photographs of local artist Jan Black. The exhibit runs through Friday, at the Cornelius Arts Center, 19725 Oak St. The gallery is open 9-5 through Thursday, and 9-noon on Friday.
WATERCOLORS AT DAVIDSON TOWN HALL
“The Beautiful World of Watercolor,” an exhibit of paintings by local artist Jim Kerr and his students at Davidson Parks & Recreation, is on display through July 6 in the rotunda gallery at Davidson Town Hall, 216 S. Main St.
The exhibit features a collection of student and instructor artwork. Several of the students are new to watercolor, while others have been Mr. Kerr’s students for years. While students have the freedom to paint whatever they wish, they often focus on landscapes, light houses, florals and portraits.
The exhibit may be seen during business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Watercolor classes are offered throughout the year. For information, visit www.d-Recs.org or call the Parks & Recreation office at 704-892-3349.