Current Local Art Event
10th Annual Guilford County Schools TEACHER's ART SHOW! Art will remain on display through February 27th.
ARTIST'S RECEPTION from 12-2pm:
Saturday, February 6th
Saturday, February 13th
Saturday, February 20th
Saturday, February 27th
Join us After Hours for an eclectic Art Exhibit featuring 19 Guilford County's most talented ART TEACHERS! Participating teachers represent elementary to high school.
*Masks are required
Past Events & Local Artists
Steve COZART: The Pass/Fail Series
To provide interesting and provocative works that challenge social myths and beliefs in and about the African American Community through illustrative and figurative imagery using contemporary and traditional methods as well as collaboration with other artistic disciplines.
Tristin Miller: Past in Present
Past In Present is a new body of work that explores abstraction, experience, time and discipline. Water colors, daily drawings, drawings on antique paper from the 19th Century will make up this body of work.
Artist Bio: Tristin Miller is an artist living and working in Greensboro, NC. Miller concentrated on painting at the University of North Carolina Greensboro and has explored multiple mediums leading her to identify as an interdisciplinary artist. Her work ranges from representational to abstraction.
Bloom Baby Bloom!
Garden Art by Mosaic Studios Artists
Barnyard Series by Leanne PIZIO
7th Annual Art Teachers Show
A sample of what the very talented teachers of Guilford County created.
Big Hair Ball 2018
We were so proud to be the RUNWAY SPONSOR for this event! This event supports such an important organization, the Family Service of the Piedmont!
Tis' The Season: Illuminated Art Opening
Artist's items will be available for purchase through January 2nd. Shop for unique and special gifts created by the artists at LifeSpan! All proceeds go back to the artists and help support the LifeSpan Mosaic Studio Organization! Irving Part Art & Frame is proud to host this event each year!
November Solo Artist
Chip is a Lexington artist and sculptor that met Dennis Quaintance in the mid-1980’s when Dennis was planning the first Lucky 32 restaurant in Greensboro.
Dennis hired Chip to sketch architectural rendering of the building, as well as paint an art-deco mural for the inside.
Since then, Chip has had a creative roll in all subsequent Quaintance projects, including the murals and portrait in the O. Henry. Chip now has an original piece of art in every room of The Proximity.