Microcosm

Event date: Sep 9, 2021

6–8 pm

Please join us Thursday, August 9, 6–8 pm for the opening reception of MICROCOSM, featuring new work from Stuart Coleman Budd and Meredith Connelly whose artworks explore the intersections between art and nature in thought-provoking perspectives. Join us for the opening reception Thursday, September 9, 6–8 pm.

Exhibition runs September 4–October 16.

Wavelength

Event date: Jun 24, 2021

6–8 PM

Please join us Thursday, June 24th, 6–8 pm for the opening reception of WAVELENGTH, featuring new work from Stuart Coleman Budd, Bethanne Kinsella Cople, Jeff Erickson, Thomas Hager, Allison Luce, and Dean West. The works are inspired by the connective properties of water—our intrinsic draw to the sea, the surf, and the great oceanic expanse.

Figuratively Speaking + Seven Year Anniversary Celebration

Event date: May 6, 2021

6–8 PM

Join us Thursday, May 6th, 6–8 pm for the opening reception of Figuratively Speaking, featuring Caroline Boykin, Paul Day, Nick DeMarsico, Jacob Dhein, Lisa Moore, Pam Moxley, and Lisa Noonis, whose oeuvre is to celebrate the human form. This is more than just an opening reception, ANFA is also celebrating our seven year anniversary!  Join us for friends, music, art, cocktails and small bites.

Exhibition runs May 6th–June 12th.

Shape Shifters

Event date: Mar 11, 2021

6–8 PM

Join us Thursday, March 11th, 12–8 pm for the opening reception of Shape Shifters, featuring Vesela Baker, Michael Barringer and Adele Yonchak. This exhibition will challenge the viewer to embark on a journey through form, color, and texture.

Exhibition runs March 6th–April 24th.

Gather at the River

Event date: Jan 28, 2021

6–8 pm

Join us Thursday, February 11, 2021 for the artist reception of Gather at the River, a solo exhibition featuring Case Baumgarten. Baumgarten’s body of work presents the incessant search for lost loved ones. Through abstraction and realism, his paintings push the viewer to address all images of faith.

Artist Statement: Even in moments of familiarity and what is recognized, lay emotions of helplessness and sorrow with these figures. The experience of color and the absence of color serve as vessels for the figure through spiritual territories. As I developed my art after the passing of my beloved father, I returned to this series, only to realize I had been creating self portraits. That these figures were a representation of my own search for a lost loved one.

Small Works Show + Transitions

Event date: Dec 3, 2020

6–8 PM

It’s that time of year again! Join us Thursday, December 3rd, 12–8 pm for a joint opening for ANFA’s annual Small Works Show and William Mangum’s exhibition, Transitions. We will have new work from Michael Barringer, Tori Bilas, Heather Blanton, Caroline Boykin, Nick DeMarsico, Jacob Dhein, Millie Gosch, Marcy Gregg, Allison James, Jim Keffer, Stephanie Neely, Anne Neilson, Trudi Norris, Nikki Oliver, Désirée Petty, Maggie Siner and Adele Yonchak. Perfect for gift giving, the exhibition will provide a chance to see a range of artistic styles on display throughout the gallery.

Paper-Cut-Project

Event date: Oct 8, 2020

6–8 PM

Join us Thursday, October 8th, 6-8 pm (social distancing protocols will be in place) for the opening reception of Paper-Cut-Project. Founded by Nikki Nye and Amy Flurry in 2009 Paper-Cut-Project is a collaboration based on the transformation of simple sheets of paper into dramatic silhouettes. The Atlanta based duo forged a unique linkage of fine art and fashion that has garnered commissions by several of the world’s top fashion houses and galleries including, Hermès, Cartier, Kate Spade and Valentino. At home on the theatre of runway, in site-specific installations and editorial, the paper sculptures work across many disciplines, including their recent collaboration with the Victoria & Albert museum, a 16-piece collection of paper wigs for their Hollywood Costume exhibit. Their work has been featured in the New York Times, Selvedge, Numero, and Italian Vogue.

Exhibition runs October 8th–November 14th.

Take Root

Event date: Sep 17, 2020

6–8 PM

Join us Thursday, September 17th for the opening reception (social distancing protocols will be in place) of TAKE ROOT, featuring eight contemporary Southern artists that have rooted themselves in their identity. Works will be on view from Case Baumgarten, Fred Bettin, Sarah Gayle Carter, Sunny Goode, Allison James, Trudi Norris, Nikki Oliver and Desiree Petty.

Mix + Mingle with Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt

Event date: Mar 14, 2020

6:30–8:30 PM

Join us for a book signing and cocktail party as Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt celebrates the release of her book The Gift of Forgiveness: Inspiring Stories from Those Who Have Overcome The Unforgivable. Click here to purchase tickets.

A copy of the book is included in the price of the ticket.

If you have additional questions contact events@anneneilsonfineart.com

Josef Hoflehner’s Journey Into The Sublime

Event date: Mar 5, 2020

6–8 PM

ANFA is welcoming world-renowned Austrian photographer Josef Hoflehner to Charlotte
for the opening night of his solo exhibition, Journey into the Sublime, Thursday, March 5,
6-8 pm.
A contemporary photographer, Hoflehner is celebrated  for his dramatic black and
white landscapes and subtle color images. Join us for the opening reception as we journey into the sublime world of Joesf Hoflehner. The exhibition runs through April 29th.