Ted Van Dyk, March Loft Artist
Mar
3
Mar 31

Ted Van Dyk, March Loft Artist

The Roundabout Art Collective is proud to showcase the works of Ted Van Dyk in our loft area for the month of March 2017. Come see Ted's works on display Friday-Sunday at the gallery!

A little more about Ted Van Dyk and his work: 

Ted Van Dyk is an architect and artist residing in Raleigh North Carolina.

Ted studied art while a student at Duke University, and holds masters degrees in Industrial Design from NC State, and Architecture from the University of Washington in Seattle.


He is Principal of New City Design Group, a 12 person architectural firm that he founded in 1996.

Though always inclined to draw and create, Ted's love of painting has re-emerged in the past few years. He works in acrylics, and more recently oils, preferring urban scenes,  landscapes, and the drama of the North Carolina Piedmont Sky. 

His work is in many private collections here in the Triangle and in Washington DC.

World of Abstract Expression
Mar
4
Mar 31

World of Abstract Expression

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"World of Abstract Expression" throught the eyes of Sherri Stewart and Bob Rankin

Please join us in March as we showcase two abstract artists from the triangle.  Award winning guest artist Bob Rankin brings energy and excitement to landscapes and to abstract designs by exploring different color relationships and surface treatments.  Roundabout artist Sherri Stewart uses a variety of medium including watercolor, acrylic and alcohol ink to create fluid and vibrant scenes.  Both artists are world travelers and their work is largely influenced by their experiences.  

Stop by the gallery Fridays-Sundays to catch this exciting exhibition while you can! 

Final First Friday Celebration - Art To Make You Smile
Apr
7
Apr 9

Final First Friday Celebration - Art To Make You Smile

Join us on First Friday to celebrate the playful and inspiring works of resident artists:

  • Susan Woodson - Birds of flying color
  • Jennifer Siegel - Eggs & ceramic puns by the dozen
  • Jim Sprinkle - Stained glass of beauty

In addition to these artists, we celebrate all who have been enriched by the Roundabout these past years. Our final Frist Friday will feature local Bhavana brewery beer, and live music by the “Road Hard Band.” We’re celebrating all weekend long as the gallery will be open extended hours Saturday and Sunday! Roundabout is going all out for our final days, you don’t want to miss it!

 

Final Days Extended Hours:

Saturday 4/8 - 12pm to 7pm

Sunday 4/9 - 12pm to 7pm our final day


First Friday in March - World of Abstract Expression
Mar
3
6:00 pm18:00

First Friday in March - World of Abstract Expression

"World of Abstract Expression" through the eyes of Sherri Stewart and Bob Rankin

Please join us in March as we showcase two abstract artists from the triangle.  Award winning guest artist Bob Rankin brings energy and excitement to landscapes and to abstract designs by exploring different color relationships and surface treatments.  Roundabout artist Sherri Stewart uses a variety of medium including watercolor, acrylic and alcohol ink to create fluid and vibrant scenes.  Both artists are world travelers and their work is largely influenced by their experiences.  So stop by the gallery for specially catered hor d’oeuvres, wine and fresh abstract art!

Exhibit will be displaying at the Roundabout the entire month of March!

First Friday in February, Twice as Lovely!
Feb
3
6:00 pm18:00

First Friday in February, Twice as Lovely!

Roundabout Art Collective members have created original, collaborative works with special subjects and guest artists that are close to their heart to create something 'twice as lovely'. Join us on First Friday in February to celebrate good friends, good family, and good times! 

 

First Friday with Three Older Coots
Jan
13
6:00 pm18:00

First Friday with Three Older Coots

Back by popular demand! Rescheduled for Friday, January 13th from, 6-9pm!

Our exhibition this January First Friday will feature our favorite old coots: Abie Harris, Steve Wainwright and Bobby Kadis. These are three Triangle artists in their 80's, and they are here to help ring in 2017! 

About The Artists:

Abie Harris
E. F. (Abie) Harris, formerly Director of Campus Planning at NC State who developed the original plan for Centennial Campus, will be exhibiting samples of his work. A founding member of the Roundabout Art Collective, Harris has been painting and sketching throughout the US and Europe for over 40 years.

Bobby Kadis
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Robert (Bobby) Kadis founded Centrex Properties, a real estate development and management company. He honed his pottery skills at Penland School of Crafts in western North Carolina. Over the years, his work has appeared at The Roundabout and several other venues.

Steve Wainwright
Steve Wainwright, formerly on the faculty at Duke University Department of Biology, has exhibited work at various venues in The Triangle. His unique approach to sketches and drawings will be featured in the Show.

Jan
7
Jan 31

Three Old Coots Exhibition

Back by popular demand! 

Our exhibition this January will feature our favorite old coots: Abie Harris, Steve Wainwright and Bobby Kadis. These are three Triangle artists in their 80's, and they are here to help ring in 2017! 

About The Artists:

Abie Harris
E. F. (Abie) Harris, formerly Director of Campus Planning at NC State who developed the original plan for Centennial Campus, will be exhibiting samples of his work. A founding member of the Roundabout Art Collective, Harris has been painting and sketching throughout the US and Europe for over 40 years.

Bobby Kadis
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Robert (Bobby) Kadis founded Centrex Properties, a real estate development and management company. He honed his pottery skills at Penland School of Crafts in western North Carolina. Over the years, his work has appeared at The Roundabout and several other venues.

Steve Wainwright
Steve Wainwright, formerly on the faculty at Duke University Department of Biology, has exhibited work at various venues in The Triangle. His unique approach to sketches and drawings will be featured in the Show.

Fired Lines: Jennifer Siegel and Carol Nix
Dec
11
1:00 pm13:00

Fired Lines: Jennifer Siegel and Carol Nix


JOIN US!
ARTISTS’ RECEPTION and special showing of collaborative works by:

Jennifer Siegel, Ceramic Artist
Carol Fountain Nix, Calligrapher

Fired Lines features a combination of calligraphic lines and marks applied to exquisite, high-fired porcelain and raku forms. The result is a handcrafted experience that is unique, collectible, and highly innovative.

Come enjoy refreshments while you shop for small/medium-sized ceramics, framed calligraphy works and prints, cards and more!

Carol will also be doing a calligraphy demonstration from 2-3pm.

Sunday, December 11: 1-4pm
Roundabout Art Collective
305 Oberlin Road  Raleigh NC  27605
919.747.9495
www.roundaboutartcollective.com


 

Dec
3
Dec 30

Three Old Coots, Art at its Roots

Three Old Coots, Art at its Roots

During the month of December, the Roundabout Art Collective on Oberlin Road, just

south of Cameron Village, will host “Three Old Coots. Art At Its Roots.”, featuring

paintings, pottery and drawings by Abie Harris,Bobby Kadis and Steve Wainwright, three

Triangle artists in their 80s.

“We think this is one of our more unique events. It should be great fun for people of all

ages,” Susan Woodson, one of the founding members of Roundabout, said in making the

announcement.

Abie Harris

E. F. (Abie) Harris, formerly Director of Campus Planning at NC State who developed

the original plan for Centennial Campus, will be exhibiting samples of his work.

A founding member of the Roundabout Art Collective, Harris has been painting and

sketching throughout the US and Europe for over 40 years.

Bobby Kadis

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Robert (Bobby) Kadis founded Centrex

Properties, a real estate development and management company. He honed his pottery

skills at Penland School of Crafts in western North Carolina. Over the years, his work has

appeared at The Roundabout and several other venues.

Steve Wainwright

Steve Wainwright, formerly on the faculty at Duke University Department of Biology,

has exhibited work at various venues in The Triangle. His unique approach to sketches and

drawings will be featured in the Show.

Wainwright’s wife Charlotte, former Director of the Gregg Museum in Raleigh, will

deliver a talk on the work of elder statesmen and their role in the art world on November

30 at 7PM. The Show itself begins December 2.

Three Old Coots, Art at its Roots
Dec
2
6:00 pm18:00

Three Old Coots, Art at its Roots

Three Old Coots on First Friday in December

During the month of December, the Roundabout Art Collective on Oberlin Road, just

south of Cameron Village, will host “Three Old Coots. Art At Its Roots.”, featuring

paintings, pottery and drawings by Abie Harris,Bobby Kadis and Steve Wainwright, three

Triangle artists in their 80s.

“We think this is one of our more unique events. It should be great fun for people of all

ages,” Susan Woodson, one of the founding members of Roundabout, said in making the

announcement.

Abie Harris

E. F. (Abie) Harris, formerly Director of Campus Planning at NC State who developed

the original plan for Centennial Campus, will be exhibiting samples of his work.

A founding member of the Roundabout Art Collective, Harris has been painting and

sketching throughout the US and Europe for over 40 years.

Bobby Kadis

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Robert (Bobby) Kadis founded Centrex

Properties, a real estate development and management company. He honed his pottery

skills at Penland School of Crafts in western North Carolina. Over the years, his work has

appeared at The Roundabout and several other venues.

Steve Wainwright

Steve Wainwright, formerly on the faculty at Duke University Department of Biology,

has exhibited work at various venues in The Triangle. His unique approach to sketches and

drawings will be featured in the Show.

Wainwright’s wife Charlotte, former Director of the Gregg Museum in Raleigh, will

deliver a talk on the work of elder statesmen and their role in the art world on November

30 at 7PM. The Show itself begins December 2.

QUADRIVIUM Closing Reception
Nov
27
1:00 pm13:00

QUADRIVIUM Closing Reception

To finish out November, the artists behind the show QUADRIVIUM will be hosting a closing reception with food, drinks and fresh collaborative pieces. 

Featured Artists:

Susan Cole Cannon: Cole + Cole Jewelry

Terry Cole Sullivan: Cole + Cole Jewelry

Sue Edmonson: Painting

Jonathan Davis: Glassblowing

This time around we’re putting the GIVING into Thanksgiving! The Roundabout Art Collective artists, from the show Quadrivium, are donating 100% of their sales from their 6 collaborative pieces to local charities.

Stop in on Sunday, November 27th to catch the show and benefit charity!

An Evening with Arts Access
Nov
17
5:30 pm17:30

An Evening with Arts Access

This event is your chance to make a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities by supporting Arts Access! Join us for a casual evening filled with live music, art, light hors d'oevres and drinks. 

Tickets: There is no cost to attend, but we ask you to consider a donation to Arts Access when you RSVP, or at the door. You can RSVP at our eventbrite website  or by calling 919-833-9919.

For more information or to purchase tickets visit artsaccessinc.org. Tickets also available at the door. 

Nov
5
Nov 27

QUADRIVIUM: When Four Roads Cross

Join us in November for a show titled "QUADRIVIUM: When Four Roads Cross" which brings together four diverse artists for one show.


Featuring: 
Sue Edmonson - Painting
Jonathan Davis - Glass
Terry Cole Sullivan - Cole + Cole Jewelry
Susan Cole Cannon - Cole + Cole Jewelry

Show runs November 2nd - 27th.

 

    QUADRIVIUM: When Four Roads Cross
    Nov
    4
    6:00 pm18:00

    QUADRIVIUM: When Four Roads Cross

    Join us in November for a show titled "QUADRIVIUM: When Four Roads Cross" which brings together four diverse artists for one show.


    Featuring: 
    Sue Edmonson - Painting
    Jonathan Davis - Glass
    Terry Cole Sullivan - Cole + Cole Jewelry
    Susan Cole Cannon - Cole + Cole Jewelry

    Food, drinks and, of course, fresh art! Join us for November First Friday!

    "Line To Color" Closing Reception
    Oct
    30
    2:00 pm14:00

    "Line To Color" Closing Reception

    Please join our October featured artists, painter Leslie Pruneau and metalsmith Sarah Tector, for a special closing reception in the gallery on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 30th , 2-4pm.

    They will be giving live demonstrations revealing some of the techniques to their working processes. Refreshments will be served.

    Oct
    26
    Oct 29

    Line To Color - Leslie Pruneau and Sarah Tector

    Join is in October as we showcase painter Leslie Pruneau and Metalsmith Sarah Tector. 

    “One by Two, Line to Color”

    Artists use lines to denote shapes and forms, and give visual directions from one point to another; they use color to add pure expression. Two artists come together for one show, which is inspired from the use of both line and color. Painter Leslie Pruneau will be displaying over 25 of her “never before exhibited” paintings and drawings in various styles, sizes and applications. With a fearless energy, her paintings draw inspiration of views from around the world. She strives to create truth in her work, without regard to “art rules” or boundaries. Metalsmith Sarah Tector will be displaying her powder coated, wearable sculptures and linear wire pieces. Architectural and geometric forms are her main design influences; with their linear designs, she often feels that she is “drawing with wire”.

    The Image Salon Opening Reception
    Oct
    23
    2:30 pm14:30

    The Image Salon Opening Reception

    From Haleakala by Michael Ligett

    From Haleakala by Michael Ligett

    Join us on Sunday, October 23rd from 2:30pm-5:30pm for the opening reception of the photography exhibition titled "A Sense of..." The exhibition features The Image Salon, a group of 8 NC-based photographic artists:

    • Michael Ligett presents "A Sense of...Magnitude"
    • Donald Namm presents "A Sense of...Patterns"
    • Lynn Feiss Necrason presents "A Sense of...History"
    • Fran Derespinis presents "A Sense of...Space"
    • Annette Huetter presents "A Sense of...Sea"
    • M Robert Blum presents "A Sense of...Passage"
    • J.J. Raia presents "A Sense of...Silence"
    • Sandra Seagroves presents "A Sense of...Flight"

    At the reception you'll have a chance to browse the collection and engage the artists. Per usual, Roundabout will provide food, drinks, and fresh art!  

    The exhibition runs from October 4th to November 1st and The Image Salon will be displaying their work on our second floor Loft area. 

    Oct
    19
    Oct 22

    Line To Color - Leslie Pruneau and Sarah Tector

    Join is in October as we showcase painter Leslie Pruneau and Metalsmith Sarah Tector. 

    “One by Two, Line to Color”

    Artists use lines to denote shapes and forms, and give visual directions from one point to another; they use color to add pure expression. Two artists come together for one show, which is inspired from the use of both line and color. Painter Leslie Pruneau will be displaying over 25 of her “never before exhibited” paintings and drawings in various styles, sizes and applications. With a fearless energy, her paintings draw inspiration of views from around the world. She strives to create truth in her work, without regard to “art rules” or boundaries. Metalsmith Sarah Tector will be displaying her powder coated, wearable sculptures and linear wire pieces. Architectural and geometric forms are her main design influences; with their linear designs, she often feels that she is “drawing with wire”.

     

    Art It Up!2016
    Oct
    15
    10:00 am10:00

    Art It Up!2016

    Art It Up! is a collection of free events and performances happening in the Hillsborough Street business district on Saturday, October 15, 2016.

    Art It Up! offers a mix of arts, culture, and recreation programs taking place at a dozen locations, all within walking distance of each other, between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Participants are encouraged to walk or ride a bike to Create. Collect. Connect.

    Art It Up! coincides with NC State's Annual Open House and we encourage the visiting public to come explore what Hillsborough Street offers our community.

    Roundabout is proud to be a participant of Art It Up this year and will feature 40 artists displaying paintings, jewerly, ceramics, sculpture, glass works and more. Light refreshments and fun on the front lawn. Plenty of parking in rear. Cirque de Vol performance: 12:30 pm.

    We have over 20 local artists participating in addition to our resident RAC artists: 

     

    • Patricia Buchanan, Bracelets and More– beaded/wire-woven necklaces, bracelets, earrings
    • Lynn Patton – hand-painted porcelain
    • Don Hamilton – watercolor paintings
    • Bishop Daniels – mixed-media art and paintings
    • Courtney Pernell, Art by Court– mixed-media and acrylic paintings
    • Dona McNeill, 1107 Art – ceramic sculpture and functional pottery
    • Leslie Foster - ceramic sculpture and functional pottery
    • Jacky Woolsey – silver jewelry
    • Corneille Little, Raleigh Arts Studio/Pet Portraits by Corneille – paintings
    • Joan M. Ballard – paintings and drawings
    • Patricia Merrell, Ceramic Art by Patricia Merrell – ceramics
    • Susan Montana, Sue Beez Designs – jewelry, wirework and stones
    • Lynda Harris, Lynda Harris Fine Art– paintings
    • Roula Qubain – paintings and drawings
    • Kevin Bass, Kevin Bass Art– abstract paintings
    • Carol Sell, Jewelry by CAS– fused glass, jewelry, bead weaving and embroidery, Kumihimo (Japanese braiding), earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc.
    • Diane Rodgers – oil paintings
    • Carol Spruill – oil and acrylic paintings
    • Staci Sawyer Phebus, Juniper Bay Metals– handcrafted jewelry – silver/gemstone/gold-filled
    • Kayte Price, Smiling Elephant Jewelry Studio – jewelry
    • Paulette Wright, Wright Fine Art – abstract paintings
    • Leigh Griffin, Ara Leigh Studios – Sea glass, beach pebble and silver jewelry


    For a full schedule of other events taking place on the 15th please visit the Art It Up website: http://www.hillsboroughstreet.org/artitup

     

     

    Oct
    12
    Oct 14

    One by Two, Line to Color - Leslie Pruneau and Sarah Tector

    Join is in October as we showcase painter Leslie Pruneau and Metalsmith Sarah Tector. 

    “One by Two, Line to Color”

    Artists use lines to denote shapes and forms, and give visual directions from one point to another; they use color to add pure expression. Two artists come together for one show, which is inspired from the use of both line and color. Painter Leslie Pruneau will be displaying over 25 of her “never before exhibited” paintings and drawings in various styles, sizes and applications. With a fearless energy, her paintings draw inspiration of views from around the world. She strives to create truth in her work, without regard to “art rules” or boundaries. Metalsmith Sarah Tector will be displaying her powder coated, wearable sculptures and linear wire pieces. Architectural and geometric forms are her main design influences; with their linear designs, she often feels that she is “drawing with wire”.

     

    Collage Demonstration with Jillian Goldberg
    Oct
    9
    2:00 pm14:00

    Collage Demonstration with Jillian Goldberg

    Collage works on display in October in “The Nook.”

    Jillian Goldberg is a mixed media artist who enjoys playing with trash. She loves to create images on canvas, wood and paper using odds and ends, some scavenged from the wastepaper basket, others rescued from junk stores and some lovingly culled from many boxes of correspondence in the attic. Jillian brings her many years in art education as well as travel around the world to make pictures that can tease the viewer with half-glimpsed words, manipulated images and wonderful textured and colored treasures. Sometimes bugs and feathers find their way into the image; she does not discriminate based on species.

    Collage is an art form that became popular in the early twentieth century, when painters like Picasso and Braque sought new ways to make colors, shapes and textures tell a story. The word derives from the French verb, “coller,’ to glue. The work can be seen during the month of October. 

    On Sunday afternoon, October 9th, 2-4 pm,  Jillian cordially invites art lovers and those who love to mess, to try their hand at Collage at the Roundabout. Bring a stick of glue and a pair of scissors. If you have any “special” papers bring those too. No experience required. Jillian will be available to explain and enlighten! Tea and scones will be served. Please RSVP to Jillian@goldbergnc.com. Children welcome.

    Oct
    8
    12:00 pm12:00

    One by Two, Line By Color - Leslie Pruneau and Sarah Tector

    Join is in October as we showcase painter Leslie Pruneau and Metalsmith Sarah Tector. 

    “One by Two, Line to Color”

    Artists use lines to denote shapes and forms, and give visual directions from one point to another; they use color to add pure expression. Two artists come together for one show, which is inspired from the use of both line and color. Painter Leslie Pruneau will be displaying over 25 of her “never before exhibited” paintings and drawings in various styles, sizes and applications. With a fearless energy, her paintings draw inspiration of views from around the world. She strives to create truth in her work, without regard to “art rules” or boundaries. Metalsmith Sarah Tector will be displaying her powder coated, wearable sculptures and linear wire pieces. Architectural and geometric forms are her main design influences; with their linear designs, she often feels that she is “drawing with wire”.

    First Friday with  Leslie Pruneau & Sarah Tector
    Oct
    7
    6:00 pm18:00

    First Friday with Leslie Pruneau & Sarah Tector

     

    Join is in October as we showcase painter Leslie Pruneau and Metalsmith Sarah Tector. 

    “One by Two, Line to Color”

    Artists use lines to denote shapes and forms, and give visual directions from one point to another; they use color to add pure expression. Two artists come together for one show, which is inspired from the use of both line and color. Painter Leslie Pruneau will be displaying over 25 of her “never before exhibited” paintings and drawings in various styles, sizes and applications. With a fearlessenergy, her paintings draw inspiration of views from around the world. She strives to create truth in her work, without regard to “art rules” or boundaries. Metalsmith Sarah Tector will be displaying her powder coated, wearable sculptures and linear wire pieces. Architectural and geometric forms are her main design influences; with their linear designs, she often feels that she is “drawing with wire”.

    As always we will have food, drinks and fresh art! 

    As a special treat we will have Alex Gordez playing Spanish influenced guitar. Find out more about his amazing music at his website.

    Closing Reception "Into The Woods"
    Oct
    2
    1:00 pm13:00

    Closing Reception "Into The Woods"

    Didn't get the opportunity to stop by in September? Big First Friday crowds not your thing? Stop by October 2nd for one last chance to see works from the show "Into the Woods" before they are gone.

    Steve Driggers is hosting a closing reception for his show "Into The Woods" featuring wood pieces by himself and Chris Boerner and the botanical paintings by Betty Fetvedt. You can expect to interact with all three artists and ask them about their work in a smaller, more intimate setting. 

    Be sure to drop in on this casual event for some drinks, food and fresh art! 

    Sep
    3
    Oct 1

    Into The Woods - Steve Driggers, Chris Boerner and Betty Fetvedt

    Botanical realist painter Betty Fetvedt.  Woodturners Chris Boerner and Steve Driggers.  Betty’s exquisitely detailed paintings of flowers and leaves begin a natural cycle that ends with the organic textures and classic forms of Chris’ and Steve’s turned and carved pieces.

     

    Sep
    3
    Sep 25

    George Bason Showcases In The Loft

    Join us for the month of September as we feature natural inspired acrylic pieces by George Bason

    Artist Statement: 

    In my latest work, I am interested in capturing the essence of the realistic mood in varying nature scenes that fascinate me. The dynamic motion of wild animals, though seemingly violent, can be a very beautiful thing, so I try to portray the beauty that I see.  Besides the mood, I am interested in depicting the time of day, and the way light and shadow hits the animals and the scene.  I want to portray scenes that I find interesting but also challenge me as an artist

    Visit George's artist page to see some of his work.

    Into The Woods - Steve Driggers, Chris Boerner & Betty Fetvedt.
    Sep
    2
    6:00 pm18:00

    Into The Woods - Steve Driggers, Chris Boerner & Betty Fetvedt.

    Join us in September as we showcase Woodturners Steve Driggers and Chris Boerner and Botanical Realist Painter Betty Fetvedt. Betty’s exquisitely detailed paintings of flowers and leaves begin a natural cycle that ends with the organic textures and classic forms of Chris’ and Steve’s turned and carved pieces.

    See below for a special video preview!

    George Bason Showcases in the Loft
    Aug
    31
    Sep 1

    George Bason Showcases in the Loft

    Join us for the month of September as we feature natural inspired acrylic pieces by George Bason

    Artist Statement: 

    In my latest work, I am interested in capturing the essence of the realistic mood in varying nature scenes that fascinate me. The dynamic motion of wild animals, though seemingly violent, can be a very beautiful thing, so I try to portray the beauty that I see.  Besides the mood, I am interested in depicting the time of day, and the way light and shadow hits the animals and the scene.  I want to portray scenes that I find interesting but also challenge me as an artist

    Visit George's artist page to see some of his work. 

    Carolina On My Mind - Ruth Little & Melissa Hill
    Aug
    5
    6:00 pm18:00

    Carolina On My Mind - Ruth Little & Melissa Hill

    Roundabout painter Ruth Little and printmaker and watercolorist Melissa Hill present art about the plants and animals of North Carolina for the month of August. Hill renders her native subjects in loving detail. Starting with her own photographs, Hill creates vibrant watercolors of lily ponds and other flora and fetching lithographs of birds, frogs, and other amphibians. Little's creatures and flowers, clothed in all the colors of the rainbow, stray into the realm of fantasy. Her creatures make eye contact. 

    This art won't melt in the August heat!

    To help beat the heat during first Friday, come round the Roundabout for cool art and refreshing gin and tonics. 

    Exhibit will be on display August 3rd - 30th 2016

    Aug
    3
    Aug 30

    Ruth Little and Melissa Hill

    Roundabout painter Ruth Little and printmaker and watercolorist Melissa Hill present art about the plants and animals of North Carolina for the month of August. Hill renders her native subjects in loving detail. Starting with her own photographs, Hill creates vibrant watercolors of lily ponds and other flora and fetching lithographs of birds, frogs, and other amphibians. Little's creatures and flowers, clothed in all the colors of the rainbow, stray into the realm of fantasy. Her creatures make eye contact. 

    This art won't melt in the August heat!

    Catch this video preview to see some of their work: 

    "First Friday" in July with Susan Dahlin and Sarah Bashford
    Jul
    8
    6:00 pm18:00

    "First Friday" in July with Susan Dahlin and Sarah Bashford

    Like Mother like Daughter
    Roundabout Art Collective is thrilled to showcase Like Mother/Like Daughter.The exhibit features Susan Dahlin Bashford (former Roundabout Artist) and her daughter Sarah Bashford.

     At the exhibit, you will find Sarah's "Oak City" pieces featuring North Carolina symbols like the state bird, and bringing it back home to Raleigh with local landmarks.  Each piece will be made from oil pastel and mixed paper for various textures.

    Susan's work is her colorful oil paint on canvas, with a theme "From Old to New," featuring her famous ball jars and her new love–abstracts.

    First Friday with Anna Ball Hodge and Stephanie Gardner
    Jun
    3
    6:00 pm18:00

    First Friday with Anna Ball Hodge and Stephanie Gardner

    • Roundabout Art Collective

    Celebrate Summer with Anna Ball Hodge and Stephanie Gardner!

    Jewelry designer, Stephanie Gardner and painter, Anna Ball Hodge have been creating new pieces for their June First Friday show. Allie BEADS combines unique stone and other natural elements. Sunshine and water have inspired Anna Ball's colorful paintings. 

    Join us for this exciting 2D and 3D collaboration. Refreshments and fresh art!

    Show runs June 1st - 26th 2016.

    "Spoon To Mouth" Fundraiser To End Hunger
    May
    20
    6:00 pm18:00

    "Spoon To Mouth" Fundraiser To End Hunger

    “Spoon To Mouth”

    Fundraiser and celebration of local art and cuisine

    May 20, 2016, 6 pm - 9 pm

    Roundabout Art Collective

    305 Oberlin Rd, Raleigh NC 27605

    Roundabout Art Collective presents our “Spoon to Mouth” fundraiser event to benefit the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina to raise money and awareness in an effort to fight hunger. This event is a spin off of the “Empty Bowls” project, and instead of choosing a bowl from several artists, participants will select from a variety of soups and bread created by local chefs. Our generous sponsors for this event include:  KimbapNight KitchenRaleigh Wine ShopStanbury and Yellow Dog Bread Company. Supporters will take home a hand-crafted ceramic bowl from local artists Marina Bosetti or Jennifer Siegel. The “Spoon To Mouth” event will also host live music, a pottery wheel demonstration and local art on display at the gallery. 

     

    Buy a ticket to reserve your seat today:

    Supporter Tickets: $50

    ·      Ceramic plate or bowl hand-crafted by either Marina Bosetti or Jennifer Siegel.

    ·      Soup donated by local restaurants: Kimbap, Night Kitchen and Stanbury.

    ·      Bread samples from local bakeries:  Night Kitchen and Yellow Dog Bread Company.

    ·      Wine pairings provided by Raleigh Wine Shop.

    ·      Enjoy access to the Roundabout local art gallery, live music and pottery wheel demonstrations!

    Tickets can be purchased online at our eventbrite page.