The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, May 01, 1982, Page 3, Image 19
SATURDAY, MAY 1. 1S32-THE CAROLINA T1MES-3 Three Durham artists are featured in the exhibition "Forty North Carolina Ar tists", which opens May 2 in the Collectors Gallery of the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. The exhibition, which continues through June 1 3, includes works commis sioned by Philip Morris Incor porated for permanent display in its new cigarette manufac turing facility in Cabarrus County. The , three Durham artists selected by the Museum staff Forty N.C. Artists" Opens at Museum for the project are Tom Link, Edith London and Vernon Pratt. The public is invited to a reception for the artists from 4 to 6 p.m.. May 2 in the Collec tors Gallery. According to museum Director Dr. Edgar Peters Bowron, the show represents thelargest number of commis sioned works by North Carolina artists eyer to appear in the museum. "We're very excited about this show," he said, "not only because of its artistic significance, but because it demonstrates how the museum is. working with businesses for North Carolina artists." Selected for the project by he Museum staff, each artist executed a 24" x 24" painrtng with subjects ranging from landscapes and human figures to non-representational art. After the exhibition at the museum, the paintings will be assembled and hung to form one large mural in the ad ministrative area of the new Sunday April 25, 1982 WFMY CH. 2 Cable II 7 8 9 10 11 12 oo 15 30 00 15 30 45 00' 5 30 45 00 .v?5 30 45 '00 15 30 45 00 15 30 I Kenneth j I Copeland i i : i i : i I Rex ( Humbard Oral LJpberts j i Sunday t; Morning WPTF CH. 28 Cable 3 ... Jerry Faiweii Kenneth Copeiand i Jim Bakker WTVD CH. 11 Cable 6 i Day 01 . ,: ! 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The Museum staff suggested forty North Carolina artists from all geographical areas of the state for the facility's only installation of paintings. Last November, each artist was given a 24" x 24" canvas on which to produce a work tor the project with "North Carolina" as the theme. The result was a varied range of subjects and styles in oil, acrylic, and mixed media. For example, "Blues off Fort Macon Jetty" by Winston-Salem artist Robert Dance is a scene of four fishermen on a rocky jetty, so realistically executed that the light appears to come from within the canvas. By contrast, "Make Make 4" by Clarence Morgan of Green ville is a non-representational piece in collage and oil, with bright colors that seem to dance against a dark background. The galleries of the N.C. Museum of Art are at 107 E. Morgan St., in downtown Raleigh. Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays through Satur days and 2-6 p.m. Sundays. Admmission is free. The museum is closed Mon days and -state holidays. For information, call (919) 833-1935, or. weekends. (919) 733-3248. Two New Budweiser Great Kings Set for Unveiling at World's Fair KNOXyiLLE, TENN. Two new kings for the Budweiser Great Kings of Africa series will be unveiled at the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee, it was announced recently by Henry H. Brownn, vice president of market development and af fairs, Anheuser-Busch, Inc. The World's Fair opens in May. The new kings will be: King Benanzin Hossu Bowelle, King of Dahomey, who was 'known as "The King Shark" which symbolized strength and wisdom; and King Samory Tourc, King of Bissandugu who was known as "The Black Napoleon of the Sudan'.'. They will become part of a widely acclaimed art collection that has been viewed' by over ten million people. The two . new kings will expand the col lection to sixteen. The Budweiser Great Kings of Africa scries will be on display throughout the dura tion of the World's Fair at the African ' American Exhibit. However, because of the widespread demand for the scries across the country, the series will be divided so that half will be shown at the Fair while the other half will con tinue 'touring. The, African American Ex hibit will be located in the Lifestyle and Technology Center at the World's Fair. The exhibit will highlight the achievements and contribu tions of black Americans as well as the Great Kings. The theme of the 1982 World's Fair is "Energy Turns, the World". The theme of the African American Exhibit is "African America, Thet Original Energy Source". Atiheuser Busch, the world's leading brewer, will also have the famous Budweiser Clydesdales as a permanent fixture to the Fair. The company will also sponsor a " Budweiser Bar-B- QBluegrass" Entertainment Pavilion during the ; exposi-" Sign. f ICortsSd c EVAN'S Heating & Air ' Conditioning Service 477-4042 Dependable -Prompi'