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Joie Lassiter Gallery Shaun Cassidy- new works. A reception will be held on Nov. 1 at 6:30pm. Nov. 1-Dec. 31. 318 E 9th. 704-373-1464.
Noel Gallery Cedric Smith "Once Upon a Time". Smith celebrates color and the proportion of scale that children often use in emphasizing subjects. Artist reception and book signing on Nov. 1 from 6-8pm. A children's milk & cookie reception will be held on Nov. 2 from 12-2pm. Nov. 1-Dec. 29. Transamerica Square, 401 N. Tryon St. 704-343-0050.
Pope's Gallery Sheila Hamilton. Exhibiting lively oil paintings of still lifes as well as beach scenes including shildren and mother and child (Arboretum). Nov. 1-30. Denise Nelson. Featuring photo-realistic oil paintings of regional wildlife and mountain-scapes (Myers Park). Nov. 1-30. 8016-900 Providence Rd. and 1035 Providence Rd. 704-541-3199 or 704-342-1774.
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Yoko Ono: En Trance. Yoko Ono will present the large, room-like minimalist sculpture En Trance in SECCA's Potter Gallery. En Trance is an interactive work that allows the audience to investigate its numerous openings. Oct. 26-Jan. 12. 750 Marguerite Dr., Winston-Salem. 336-725-1904.Visual Arts: OngoingAfro-American Cultural Center Eros Negras: Encountering the Black Female Body. An exhibition that explores the sexuality, sensuality and eroticism of black women from a socio-political perspective in a contemporary world. Continues through Nov. 30. 401 N. Myers St. 704-374-1565.
Art 1 Gallery The 5th Annual "I Am Woman" Exhibition and Competition. The exploration and provocative interpretation of women and womanhood as expressed by participating artists from New York to Florida. I Am Woman is an open show rather than a juried show. Works by both male and female artists are accepted and must pertain to the I Am Woman theme. Continues through Oct. 25. 170 W. Franklin Blvd., Gastonia. 704-854-8800.
Art Institute of Charlotte Gallery Jazz Series. A series of paintings by Asheville artist, Patrick Symonds. Continues through Oct. 31. 2110 Water Ridge Parkway. 704-357-8020.
Artists' Atelier Carolina Open Studios. By appointment. Ongoing exhibits feature paintings and mixed media by popular North Carolina Artists: Peggy Hutson Weston, Fay M. Miller, Carol Mueller, Betty G. Robinson; Photography by Waldo Miller; and sculptures by Greg Weston. Studios are open to the public, gallery owners, designers and art connoisseurs. Please call for an appointment. Mon.-Sun. 220 W. 10th St. 704-347-2781.
ArtMakers Gallery and Studios Current Works. Watercolors, oils and acrylics by Nancy Couick and Kelley Sanford. Tue.-Sat. 515 Fenton Pl. 704-916-0140.
Bank of America Gallery A Century of Landscape Exploration: 1845-1945. Mon.-Sat. Continues through Nov. 6. Hearst Tower, 114 N. Tryon St. 704-386-7324.
Bank of America Plaza Space, Structure and Vision. Curated by Joie Lassiter Gallery. Featuring works by Mary Edith Alexander, Helene Brandt, Gary Byrd, Lluis Lleo, Ran Ortner, Karen Rifas, Thomas Rose, Idamarie Spurr, Mike Wsol. Mon.-Sun. Continues through Nov. 15. 101 South Tryon Street. 704-373-1464.
Beatties Ford Road Library A New Historic West End Vision. See the plans in store for the revitalization of the Historic West End. This new vision, conceptualized by residents and business leaders, will be illustrated with graphics and maps. Continues through Oct. 31. 2412 Beatties Ford Rd. 704-432-6706.
Blue Pony Gallery & Press La Femme. New monotypes celebrating the female figure, by Linda Lacroix. Tue.-Sat. Continues through Oct. 26. 3202A N. Davidson St. 704-334-9390.
Center of the Earth Gallery New Work by Chris Stephens. Stephens uses vibrant colors to portray the landscapes of the Shenandoah Valley. Also featuring a small selection of new work by Louis St. Lewis. Continues through Oct. 26. 3204 N Davidson St. 704-375-5756.
Charlotte Art League Fall Into Art. Annual Members Only Juried Competition, sponsored this year by The Crosland Group, Inc., and Binder's Art Supply. Continues through Nov. 4. 1517 Camden Rd. 704-376-2787.
Charlotte Public Library Celebrating 75 years of Theatre Charlotte. The exhibit features programs, cast photos and other memorabilia from three-quarters of a century of theatrical productions. Carolina Room, third floor. Continues through Jan. 5. Block Party: Original Art from "What Do Animals Do On The Weekend?". An exhibit of original artwork from NFP's first children's book by writer and illustrator, Lauren Faulkenberry. Carnegie Gallery, third floor. Continues through Jan. 5. 310 N. Tryon St. 704-336-2020.
Christa Faut Gallery Prints by Romare Bearden. Solo exhibition "Prints." Mon.-Sat. Continues through Nov. 18. Solo Exhibition. "Romare Bearden," Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm. Fri., Sat., 10 a.m. Continues through Nov. 18. 19818 N. Cove Rd., Cornelius. 704-892-5312.
Crazy Jane's Local and National Artists. Works by Ellyn Bernstein, Charlotte Foust, Mike Watson and Rod Uriner. Acrylics, oils, mixed media, and glass art. Mon.-Sat. 1817 Hawkins Street. 704-332-5454.
Davidson College New Paintings by Alex Clark. Clark's new series of paintings entitled Invisible Cities, are on display in the Edward M. Smith Gallery. Clark draws inspiration from obscure religious and art historical references. Continues through Nov. 20. New Works by Jimmy O'Neal. O'Neal's exhibition, "Speculum," will be on display in the William Van Every Gallery. These metaphysical works are peripheral evidence of the worlds that lay beyond our conscious mind and perception. Continues through Dec. 4. Davidson. 704-894-2244.