We will be at the Nissen!
Updated: Oct 12
Artfolios and the Nissen Building Apartments invite you to "Artful Living on Fourth" An art sell at the historic Nissen Building on October 15 from 2-5pm
GREAT ART | Meet, talk, and shop the collections of the 16 participating artists. Artists include:
Alix Hitchcock - nature inspired abstract prints
Andrew Stenhouse - acrylic abstracts
Ann Bonner - symbolic mixed media
Barbara Lister-Sink - pastel flowers and abstract inks
Dean Roland Johnson - realistic florals
Elliot Strunk - collage of found objects
James Gemma - geometric digital paintings
Jessica Singerman - nature inspired abstract paintings
Kimberly Varnadoe - mixed media, prints, and photos
Laurie Basham - florals in soft pastel
Melrose Tapscott Buchanan - prints and collages inspired by nature
Robyn Churn - whimsical cityscapes and florals
Sara Bridgman - paintings with lively spirits and layered in colorful mystery
Terry Schupback-Gordon - story telling through prints and books
Virginia Shepley Riccio - symbolic watercolor and inks
Yvonne Peters Forbath - fiber landscapes
LIVE MUSIC | Samuel Taylor, classical guitar: The performances of composer, classical guitarist and teacher, Samuel Allen Taylor, are known for their warmth, precision, and spiritual qualities. After completing guitar and pedagogy studies with Aaron Shearer and John Michael Parris, and counterpoint and orchestration studies with composer Kenneth Frazelle, Mr. Taylor immersed himself in the craft of musical composition and a disciplined exploration of the literature of the classic guitar and lute. Mr. Taylor resides in Winston-Salem, NC, where he serves as music theory and classical guitar instructor at Salem College.
COMMUNITY: Come to enjoy! There will be hors d’oeuvre. The event is free and open to the public.
PARKING: Parking can be found on street or at these parking decks: Fourth Street Parking Deck (601 W 4th Street) and Cherry-Marshall Parking Deck (402 N Cherry Street).