The work of three contemporary artists working with paint, glass, and
resist dye tapestry will be presented in the Cork Gallery at Avery Fisher
Hall. Lincoln Center Plaza, March 21 - 31 in an exhibition sponsored by
the Asolare Fine Arts Academy of Lexington, North Carolina. Featured are
painter Jim Moon, resist dye tapestry artist Stanley Pinckney, and glass
sculptor Judson Guerard.
Jim Moon has for 50 years painted with classical and surreal images
reflecting his training in the United States, Europe, and Mexico. These
recent paintings continue and expand his studies of our human
Stanley Pinckney is and American artist who studied Yoruban resist dye
technique in Africa. His tapestries combine this abstract imagery with the
form and language of Western Art.
Judson Guerard is an independent studio artist in western North Carolina
whose work is exhibited nationally. His current work is an exploration of
chaos, order, and fragmentation.
The Asolare Fine Arts Academy is a non-profit organization for the
cultivation and support of all forms of the fine arts.
The Cork Gallery will be open to the public form 10:00 a.m. Monday through
Saturday and from noon Sunday until closing time of Avery Fisher Hall.
March 21 - 3 1. The Cork Gallery is made available without charge to
community arts organizations. For more information, contact John Chapman,
687 Callahan-Hill Road, Lexington, NC 27295, tel/fax (910) 853-6964.