North Carolina’s premier custom picture framer since 1968, Craven Allen Gallery/House of Frames features the largest selection of framing choices in the region, as well as the Triangle’s most experienced picture framers. Our gallery features local and nationally known artists.
In the main gallery, Wood & Water, an installation by Greg Lindquist and Damian Stamer, is designed to create a dialogue with their concurrent show at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Altered Land. In the upstairs gallery, longtime Craven Allen favorite Paul Hrusovsky returns with new abstract and figurative paintings. The exhibitions open with a reception on Saturday, April 23rd, from 5 to 7 pm, and continue through June 18th.
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from the North Carolina Museum of Art Greg Lindquist is a North Carolina artist with several pieces of work currently on view in the NCMA’s “Altered Land” exhibition, which captures the intriguing beauty... Read More
In the downstairs gallery at Craven Allen, Greg Lindquist and Damian Stamer are making strong statements about pollution in strangely luminescent colors and quick swaths of paint; upstairs, Paul Hrusovsky moves shapes and... Read More
ArtsNow recently attended the “Meet the Artists” event at the North Carolina Museum of Art with artists Damian Stamer and Greg Lindquist, who share the exhibition “Altered Land,” and Wilson-based photographer Burk Uzzle whose “American Chronicle” is also on view. Both exhibitions... Read More
In the main gallery, Wood & Water, an installation by Greg Lindquist and Damian Stamer, is designed to create a dialogue with their concurrent show at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Altered Land. In the... Read More
Durham- The exhibitions THE TIES THAT BIND: NEW PAINTINGS BY BEVERLY MCIVER and DUKE UNIVERSITY ADVANCED PAINTING STUDENTS: NEW WORK open at Craven Allen Gallery on Saturday, February 20th with a reception presenting the artists from 5 to... Read More