Join the United Arts Council and PineCone for November First Friday Exhibit and Reception on November 3 from 6-8 PM at our office, 410 Glenwood Ave., Suite 170, Raleigh. Please note that although the address is Glenwood Ave, the entrance and parking lot are on Tucker Street, which crosses Glenwood Avenue. For directions, please call (919) 839-1498.
The November exhibit will feature artwork by John Lowe. Acoustic music performed by Jason Beverly & Jeff Stickley.
Drop in between 6 & 8 p.m. for a laid back evening with fellow PineCone members and music and art lovers. Bring a non-member and you can both choose CDs from the PineCone Bluegrass Radio Show vault! Light hors d’oeuvres, as well as beer courtesy of Trophy Brewing, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Local artist John Lowe's colorful acrylic paintings combine impressionistic and flow techniques. Explore the amazing techniques behind his unique style and discover how his intriguing shapes, vibrant colors, and abstract designs seamlessly flow together on canvas. Lowe’s work has been shown in galleries, studios and places of business all around Raleigh, as well as the Visual Art Exchange and the United Arts Council.
Jason Beverly is a Durham native who grew up learning bluegrass knee to knee from his dad, Jesse. He has played with several bands over the years including Iron Mountain Messengers and the New Deal String Band. You can find him every Wednesday at the Q Shack in Durham with the Leroy Savage Group.
Jeff Stickley – a Durham native who has been playing music in the area since he was in middle school. Most recently he is known for playing drums in Durham's Hammer No More the Fingers and flatpicking guitar in Chapel Hill's Big Fat Gap. He also sometimes shares the stage with his flatpicking brother Jon Stickley as the Stickley Brothers.
Visual art will remain on display through November 28.