We are pleased to announce that the Hickory Museum of Art, in Hickory, North Carolina
will present “INNOCENT & ETHEREAL : The Visionary World of Paul Lancaster” from
November 19, 2016 through March 5, 2017. An opening reception will be held on
November 18th, 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
This exhibition of Lancaster’s works will include a wide scope of his paintings and
fine graphics over several decades. Please plan to see this fine exhibition.
William Gregory Cash also known by his artist name, William Cross, passed away after a short battle with lung cancer Saturday, April 11, 2015
in the Johnson City Medical Center. William was a native of Erwin Tennessee. He was a man of many talents. In addition to working as a mechanic
and construction worker, he was a skilled artist creating beautiful carvings and sculptures in stone. He had many friends, admirers and collectors.
He was just loved by everyone. William was 57.
Shane Van Pelt
We are pleased to share the news that Shane Van Pelt has undergone heart transplant surgery earlier this month. He is doing very well with his recovery and he is anxious to get back to painting full time. Our prayers have been answered and we thank all of you who have been supporting him in this journey. We expect to receive additional new works soon and meantime there are about a dozen fine pieces currently on our website.
Joaquín Pomés Figueredo
We are pleased to announce the presentation of works by Joaquín Pomés Figueredo, a self-taught artist from Cuba.
Just recently he was granted a visa to visit the USA and to exhibit his works. We are delighted to include him in our gallery
and represent this fine artist to our clients. Please review and enjoy his work
Sterling Strauser Gallery at ESU
There has been growing interest in the Sterling Strauser Collection and Gallery which we were instrumental in founding at East Stroudburg State University. The objective was to honor this significant American Modernist artist along with his wife Dorothy, a gifted artist in her own right for their considerable contributions, especially to the field of folk and outsider art. ESU’s Kemp Library has placed information on-line including several interviews which discuss various aspects of the effort and which also speak to Strauser’s art and life.