Down Home Concert tickets on sale
Tickets are now on sale for PineCone’s series of Down Home Concerts, featuring folk, bluegrass and Americana musicians.
All shows will be held at the Fletcher Theater at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh. Here is the schedule:
• Nov. 13: Willie Watson with Liz Longley.
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• Jan. 16: Aiofe O’Donovan
• Jan. 23: The Steel Wheels
• Feb. 13: Bryan Sutton Band
• Feb. 27: Pokey LaFarge.
Tickets start at $22 for PineCone members. All shows start at 8 p.m.
To order tickets, call 919-664-8302, go to ticketmaster.com or visit the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts box office.
More info: pinecone.org.
Plein air paintings
Meet painter Jose Jimenez from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at ArtSource North Hills for the opening exhibition of his “Horizons” show.
Jimenez paints in a plein air style, creating paintings based on the actual landscape and not photographs.
ArtSource North Hills is at 4351-107 The Circle at North Hill St., Raleigh. Info: 919-787-9533 or artsource-raleigh.com.
Event for modernist design fans
The next North Carolina Modernist Houses’ “Thirst4Architecture” networking event is 6-8 p.m. Thursday.
Gallery C’s founder, Charlene Newsom, will be discussing midcentury modern artists from North Carolina. On display will be an abstract painting by the late Wilmington artist Claude Howell. The event is free and open to the public. Info: 919-740-8407 or ncmodernist.org.
The gallery is at 540 N. Blount St., Raleigh.
Two women show at Artspace
Raleigh’s Artspace is hosting a two-artist exhibition featuring photos, films and oil paintings offering two distinctive views on female identity.
The artwork by New York-based Laura Heyman and Pennsylvania-based Lea Colie Wight will be on display until Nov. 1. Wight will be on hand for a gallery talk 6-7:30 p.m. Oct. 9.
Artspace is at 201 E. Davie St., Raleigh. Info: 919-821-2787 or artspacenc.org.
Colorful paintings in Carrboro
Chapel Hill artist Cinc Hayes has a show of his colorful, whimsical paintings at a Carrboro coffeehouse through Oct. 1.
Hayes finds inspiration from the colors and subjects in Chapel Hill and Charleston, S.C., where he lives and works. The exhibition is at Jessee’s Coffee, 401 E. Main St., Carrboro. Info: cinchayes.com.
Surreal paintings and sculpture
Artists John Gall and Catherine Thornton have an exhibit of contemporary surrealist paintings and sculptures on display in September at Adam Cave Fine Art in downtown Raleigh.
The gallery is at 115-1/2 E. Hargett St., second floor, Raleigh. Info: 919-838-6692 or adamcavefineart.com.
More than 40 calligraphic works in two and three dimensions are being featured at Crossroads Fellowship in North Raleigh through Oct. 30.
The exhibit of artist Don King’s work is available for viewing when the church is open for services.
The church is at 2721 Millbrook Road, Raleigh. For church hours, call 919-981-0222.
Call for photography entries
East Carolina University School of Art and Design is seeking entries for its 9th Photographic Image Biennial Exhibition. The deadline is Nov. 1.
Artists have a chance to win one of five $1,000 prizes. The winners will be selected by juror Burk Uzzle, a Raleigh-born photographer and one of the youngest photographers (age 23) ever hired by Life magazine. The exhibition will be held Jan. 22-Feb. 20 in Greenville.
For details on how to submit, go to nando.com/kb.