Abounding Art

Jan 15 • Art, ARTSY SMARTSYNo Comments

What’s on display around Wilmington this week

UNDERNEATH THE SKIN: Darren Mulvenna paints a plethora of creatures in ‘Flesh and Bones,’ an exhibit with Shannon Limburger at Projekte Gallery. The show will close on Sat., January 19th. Courtesy photo

UNDERNEATH THE SKIN: Darren Mulvenna paints a plethora of creatures in ‘Flesh and Bones,’ an exhibit with Shannon Limburger at Projekte Gallery. The show will close on Sat., January 19th. Courtesy photo

The Cape Fear is never short on beautiful art work. From Hampstead to Carolina Beach, Wrightsville to downtown Wilmington, galleries overflow with inspired paintings, sculptures and photographs. This week the art scene’s evolving door provides several great shows to catch: two closing, one opening, and a few ongoing to check out through the coming weeks.

LAST CHANCE
“Flesh and Bones”
Closes Sat., Jan. 19th
Projekte Gallery
523 S. Third St.
(910) 763-1197
Local artists Darren Mulvenna and Shannon Limburger present “Flesh and Bones,” introducing new bodies of work that feature what is not about death or gore, but the raw beauty of what is under the skin. As they pull back the coverings of humans, they so tackle the bodies of animals—creature also from butterflies to a red fox and more.

CAPE FEAR CAMERA CLUB EXHIBIT
Closes Sat., Jan. 19th
Northeast Branch Library
1241 Military Cutoff Rd.
(910) 798-6370
www.capefearcameraclub.org
The Cape Fear Camera Club will have its annual photo exhibit at the Northeast Branch Library on display through January 19th. The exhibit is free and is available during library hours (Monday and Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.;  Wednesday and Thursday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday:  1 p.m. to 5 p.m.). The photographs on display are works produced by club members.

FIRST LOOK
“Light Lure”
Opening Thurs., Jan. 17th
UNCW’s Cultural Arts Building
601 S. College Rd.
(910) 962-3500
www.uncw.edu/uncwarts/cab.html
“Light Lure” features underwater photographs by Johnson taken with low-tech pinhole cameras constructed out of cookie tins, fishing line and waterproof putty. Pulled down by fishing weights, the pinhole cameras were lowered into the Atlantic Ocean off all 19 fishing piers along the NC coast. Images capture the light, mystery and exploration imbedded in the historic North Carolina coastal tradition. Supported by a Charles L. Cahill Research Award. Opening reception with wine and hors d’oeuvres will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., 1/17. Free and open to the public. Gallery will be open Mon. through Fri., noon to 4 p.m.

ONGOING
Coastal Carolina Camera Club Exhibit
Hanging through the end of January
Silver Coast Winery
6680 Barbeque Rd.
(910) 287-2800
www.coastalcarolinacameraclub.com
Silver Coast Winery is pleased to announce The Coastal Carolina Camera Club will be exhibiting its member’s photographs in the Art Gallery through end of Jan. The winery is open Monday and Tuesday by appointment, Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 5 p.m., Fridays till 6 p.m.

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