Beyond Ornament Curator Picks #1
Beyond Ornament Curator Picks #1

TARA LOCKLEAR Tara Locklear’s jewelry contains multilayered surfaces that tell a story. Her Rubble of Gems pendant necklace is fabricated from recycled hand carved skateboards and Paperstone, a material most often used in kitchen countertops. It would be a powerful and elegant statement piece. Rubble of Gems Collection: Hinged Pendant, 2018, broken skateboards, sterling silver, painted maple hardwood, and Paperstone (recycled paper countertop), 18 x 8 inches, $285 JULIA M. BARELLO Julia M. Barello used X-ray film dyed brilliant colors and wrought into arabesques and tendrils to create the two wall installations on view in Beyond Ornament.  These floral wall ...

Curator Picks - Holden Richards
Beyond Ornament Curator Picks #1

On view in Analog are a collection of Holden Richards’ photographs of open lands, creeks, and rivers of Orange and Durham Counties near his home; which have been the subject of his photographic work for a decade. “I photograph places I have walked for years, with an insiders’ knowledge of what is beautiful,” he explains. His process is slow, perfectionistic, and deliberate. Richards says, “The images and prints are created using vintage large and medium format film cameras and printing and developing in the traditional wet darkroom. Using large 19th-century plate film camera creates a need for going slow for being intentional.”Holden is a current Getty ...

New Jewelry in GreenHill's Shop!
Beyond Ornament Curator Picks #1

Summer 2018 | New Jewelry at GreenHillWe are gearing up for our next exhibition, Beyond Ornament, which will open on August 3, 2018. We've been receiving jewelry restocks in our shop and we just couldn't wait to share this amazing work with you! Take a look below at a sampling of new work by Joanna Gollberg, Jennie Lorette Keatts, and Emily Triplett. We're pleased to introduce a line of men's jewelry by Joanna Gollberg. We now have men's rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. Everything is available at GreenHill. 

Beyond Ornament Curator Picks #1

Save-the-Date!On Saturday, December 1, 2018, GreenHill will once again be hosting Collector’s Choice, the opening night fundraiser of our Winter Show exhibition. Always a very popular and festive kick-off to the Greensboro holiday season, this year’s event will be co-chaired by Katherine Davey and Lynn Wooten, so it’s sure to be elegant, delicious and fun! Sip old-fashioneds and indulge in delectable nibbles as you admire the work of over 120 artists of every medium and style. All work in the show is available for purchase, and what better gift (for yourself or others) than an original piece of art. For a sneak peek you may want to consider attending First Choice on ...

Curator Picks - Maia Stern + Emily Reason

 Maia Stern, Ritual Chalice, 2017, cast lead crystal glass, 42 x 42 x 16 inchesFor purchase information contact Ritual Chalice by glass artist Maia Stern is composed of a tall goblet surrounded by three alligators, all in cast glass. The juxtaposition of the alligators with the vessel in this sculptural ensemble evokes the role of animals in magical thinking and mysticism. Maia Stern was a Glass Studio Intern at STARWorks Center for Creative Enterprise 2016 and is currently the Artist in Residence at Cleveland Institute of Art, Glass Department.  Stern was the recipient of two Niche Awards 2016 in Professional Cast/Slumped/Fused Glass ...