Although Yoko is the late John Lennon's widow, I don't believe she's all seeing and all knowing about what John would or would not like. This is one of those times.
Imagine an entire world living in peace… John saw the beauty and inherent good in humanity. I tried to do his legacy justice and channel his world-embracing and loving energy this week with a tribute portrait inspired by his music and his passion for changing the world. You can see this new work of art in memoriam on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/12… along with some pictures showing how I created it. See John holding the Universe in his hand and spreading his message. When you stop by, let me know how his words and music have affected your life and creativity!
DAG is the bees knees!
Thank you. I've been a fan of DAG for years...
Great article! Very happy to learn about this new contemporary art venue in Charlotte. Thanks!
Y'all save the date and swing down to Columbia, SC this April for the 10-day, 6th Annual Indie Grits Festival!
701 CCA Columbia Open Studios, April 21-22, 2012, is the festival's visual art partner, and there'll be a big kickoff/preview party on Thursday, April 19, 2012.
To keep tabs on this giant happening, go to 701 Center for Contemporary Art's website:
A fine comprehensive take on this impressive show.
Great article letting more of us know about this new and important venue. Thanks for keeping the CL audience informed about what is happening, and why the art thing can have a greater impact. Tom Stanley.
BARBARA-- you are great! Thanks so much for this coverage. Will be looking forward to many articles from you in the future!
My husband and I went to the Center City Gallery's artist's reception that featured John Hairston and Antoine Williams' mural Here's to Hoping It Rhymes for a Reason, and were instantly wowed! with the work on display. We cannot wait to see what else Crista and the artist collaborations she draws into this viable and visual venue produce. And Barbara, we enjoyed your informative and well written piece on the Center City Gallery, and look forward to community conversations that are bound to emerge from the gallery's vision and exhibits. - Kris
you go Crista! Thank you Barbara for writing about us!
Thanks for the write up- both of Gary Pohl's sculptures were my favorites, too, love love love them! Cheers -Lindsay
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