Gallery & Exhibitions
The Sara Smith Self Gallery features work from local, national, and international artists. The recently renovated 1,200 sq. ft. of exhibition space provides a beautiful setting for displaying, viewing, and appreciating works of art.
The Gallery is open Monday through Friday 10am - 5pm and Saturday 10am - 2pm. Exhibits change monthly and a public opening reception is held the first Tuesday of every month from 5:30pm - 7:30pm. Check our current exhibitions listed at the bottom of this page and please join us for a upcoming reception.
|2013 Exhibition Schedule
|Sara Smith Self Gallery|
||Jerry Bledsoe - Orphaned Art
|Reception, Tues. Jan 8 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|FEB 5-28|||||J. Chris Wilson
|Reception, Tues. Feb 5 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|||||Youth Art Month
|Reception, Wed. Mar 6 (4.30pm -6.30pm)|
|||||Ellen Greer & Bill Donnan
|Reception, Tues. Apr 2 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|MAY 7-30|||||Delurk Artists
|Reception, Tues. May 7 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|||||31st Juried Art Show|
|Reception, Tues. Jun 4 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|JUL 2-31|||||Diane & Juan Villa
|Reception, Tues. Jul 9 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|AUG 6-29|||||Sarah Powers
|Reception, Tues. Aug 6 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|Reception, Tues. Sep 3 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|||||Invited Artists - Dark Art
|Reception, Tues. Oct 1 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|Reception, Tues. Nov 5 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
|||||Artists’ Hang Up|
|Reception, Tues. Dec 3 (5.30pm -7.30pm)|
The Randolph Arts Guild in partnership with Delurk Gallery presents COMMUNITY
a juried art exhibition for artists based in Randolph County.
COMMUNITY is an opportunity for Randolph County based artists to feature their creativity with a larger viewing audience outside this county. The Randolph Arts Guild (RAG) in partnership with Delurk Gallery in Winston-Salem are exchanging art and artists. Each organization will share the other’s artistic endeavors with their own community. RAG will host an exhibition of Delurk artists in May. Delurk will host an exhibition of Randolph County artists in July.
The Randolph County Artists exhibition at Delurk from July 5-27, 2013, is titled COMMUNITY. It is designed to feature the arts and crafts of Randolph County based artists selected by three diverse, anonymous judges. In the spirit of our vibrant creative community the exhibition will also feature commentary of the judges, sharing their perspective and insight regarding the art. The identities of the judges will be revealed during the July exhibition at Delurk Gallery. The COMMUNITY exhibition will provide an opportunity to enjoy the art, and the commentary of the jurors. The art will be displayed accompanied by the judges thoughts.
The application process is now closed.
NOTIFICATION: The accepted artists list will be posted on our website, www.randolphartsguild.com no sooner than Tuesday, June 25th. You may also stop by the Guild to review the list of accepted works. You will be contacted if your work is not accepted in the exhibition. Declined work may be picked up between Tuesday, June 25 and Friday, June 28 during business hours (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.).
RECEPTIONS: The opening reception will be held Friday, July 5 from 7 p. m. – 10 p.m. at the Delurk Gallery located at 207 W. 6th Street, Winston-Salem. There will also be a closing reception on Saturday, July 27 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. All entrants and their families are invited to enjoy refreshments and commune with the Winston Salem community.
ARTWORK PICK UP: The show will remain on display through Saturday, July 27, 2013. Work may be picked up at the Randolph Arts Guild beginning on Monday, July 29th between the hours of 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday (closed Sundays). Works left past August 31 will become property of RAG.
Congratulations to all the artists selected for the COMMUNITY Exhibition:
Abe Hudson – At Apple Speed Jim Langer – Self: Dissolved
Abe Hudson – Coleridge Mill . . . Jim Langer – Sabine: Bookish
Adam Wiley – Ovoid Box Jim Thompson – Walking Trough #2
Anise Bertram – Turtle Jim Thompson – Walking Trough #4
Anise Bertram – Crabbie Joanna Hudson – Pasillo Verde
Bob Kowski – Genderous Moth Joanna Hudson – Reynolda Magnolia
Bob Kowski – Winter Walleye Joseph Gee – Shady Lady
Brooke Avery – Coral Reef Mugs Joseph Gee – Geometry Suspended
Brooke Avery – Spiraled Sea Clusters John Confortini – Bird In Water
Bruce Gholson – Fossil Fish Jar John Confortini – Royal Peterbilt
Charles Wade – Disaster Bot Laura Greene – Nature’s Simple Pleasures
Charles Wade – Robo Dance Master Lindsay Fairrington – Through the Tall Trees
Christopher Allred – The Last Secret . . . Les III – Open & Closed
Cori Cagle – The Sly Ones Les III – Poss-Ability
Cori Cagle – Backyard Ghosts Martha Crotty – Mandarin Fish
Dawn Tagawa – Purple View Michael Harmon – Jupiter
Dawn Tagawa – Looking Vase Michael Harmon – The Sun
Debra Spinks – End of the Day I Mike Durham – Arabica Penguin
Debra Spinks – End of the Day II Nancy Henderson – The Tree
Diane Villa – Burning Bush Philip Shore – When the Glingle . . .
Diane Villa – Lake James Philip Shore – Tarnished Ravished Radishes
Elijah Cameron – Mother & Son Rodney Bennett – Beyond Theyon
Eric Abernethy – Grrrr! Rich Powell – Kirk
Eric Abernethy – Spooky Samantha Henneke – Beetle Vase
Et Hacskaylo – Hayes Truck Farm, Charlottesville Scott Hunt – The Hunt
Et Hacskaylo – Sir Galahad Scott Hunt – Ancient Pyramid
Frankie Powell – Girl With Long Hair Shaun Avery – The Half Lit Alley
Frankie Powell Girl With Short Hair Shaun Avery – Have A Seat
Glenn F. Davidson Jr. – Accidental Censor Thomas Graham – The Swallows Return . . .
Hank Allred – Ripple Bowl Thomas Graham – That’s Amore
Hank Allred – Ceremonial
31 st Annual Juried Arts Show
EXHIBITION DATES, LOCATION, AND CONTACT INFORMATION:
Sara Smith Self Gallery, The Randolph Arts Guild
AWARDS: One of each award
At the Juror’s Discretion
Best in Show - $200
First Place - $150
Second Place - $100
Third Place - $50
Honorable Mention - Ribbon
JUROR: Will Taylor, Artist / Director of Visual Arts, UNCSA
Will is the Director of the Visual Arts department at UNCSA. Taylor received his BFA from the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his MFA from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn,
NY. His drawings and films have been included in the Drawing Center's Viewing Program (NYC),
Artists Space's digital slide registry (NYC), and Pierogi's Video File (Brooklyn, NY). His collaborative
paintings with Brooklyn artists Jack Warren and Caleb Scott have been included in numerous
exhibitions, including the Trisha Brown Dance Company Benefit at Pace Wildenstein (NYC).
More information about Will can be found at http://www.uncsa.edu/visualarts/faculty3.htm