The Seattle-based artist fuses landscapes and still lifes, but adds contemporary twists. Kroll goes deeper to juxtapose ideas about life, nature and the fluidity of change. Take, for example, his “Koi & Light Blue Vase,” which imposes a school of koi fish flapping above a vase. The fish flow freely and seem to represent natural and artificial, and ethereal vs. material. (Anita Overcash) Free admission
The art show features a variety of works by Ciel Gallery members and artists. Reception on Oct 3, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The exhibition features nine creative couples, including Vicki and Daniel Essig, Elizabeth Foster and Andy Detwiler, Stacey Lane and Michael Kline, Suze Lindsay and Kent McLaughlin, Courtney Martin and John Geci, Paula Smith and Jim Connell, Joy Tanner and William Baker, Shoko Teruyma and Matt Kelleher, as well as gallery owners Sandy Snead and Duy Huynh. To showcase glass, jewelry, paintings, photography, pottery, mixed media and sculptures. Reception on Oct. 3, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Free admission
Featured artists Patricia Steele Raible and Jen Walls present a visual and tactile exploration of words, markings and texture. Opening night November 7, 6-9 pm. Show runs through November 29.
Artists Patricia Steele Raible and Jen Walls collaborated for abstract, illustrative, and symbolic works in this new exhibit. Opening reception on Nov. 7, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Rumbao aims to provide excellent instruction for salsa dancing focusing on the foundations for music, movement and connection. We bring sabor (flavor) to the basics and emphasize personal style and expression while having fun. We emphasizes the importance of posture, timing for on2 salsa dancing, footwork, proper technique for connection in partner-work, musicality, and self-expression. $10https://www.facebook.com/events/294891617355428/
Museum offers a glimpse into the significant role that trolleys played in the social and economic development of Charlotte.