Crosscurrents: Art, Crafts, and Design in North Carolina North Carolina Museum of Art. Crosscurrents: Art, Craft, and Design in North Carolina is the first time “The Mint Museum “ and the “North Carolina Museum of Art” have collaborated on an exhibition of works by the state’s artist.
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“Ghost” by David Finn
A grin, a chuckle, feeling of awe
Finn exhibits a novel approach to traditional ideas surrounding materials and material culture
Historically, monumental marble has served to commemorate significant people, places, or events.
Questions they pose:
Where are their mates?
Was a mate ever crafted?
Who was the wearer?
Why was one left behind?
These markers offer clues:
of the shoemaker
Migration # 0304 by Susan Brenner
Listening Still by Marguerite Gignoux
Seeing with Memory by Marguerite Gignoux
Untitled by Hayley Kyle
Sentinel Pot II “ Day in the Life” by Jennie Bireline
Magazine Interiors Series by Page Laughlin
Tea Bowls by Greg Scott
“For the Flag”
by Anne Kesler Shields
Description of the monumental collages
Architka Island, Alaska by Elin O’Hara Slavick
All information in this slide show was taken from the book “Crosscurrents: Art, Craft, and Design in North Carolina