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Noel Gallery David Driskell, the artist. Noel Gallery provides an opportunity to experience another facet of this man with an exhibit of paintings. Continues through Oct. 29. Transamerica Square, 401 N. Tryon St. 704-343-0050.
Plantsylvania Garden Art. Items of art for the garden and pond by Rose Hawley. Mon.-Sun., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 1515 Camden Road. 704-334-5331.
Pope's Gallery Sheila Hamilton. Exhibiting lively oil paintings of still lifes as well as beach scenes including children, and mother and child. Myers Park Gallery. Continues through Oct. 31. Cher Cosper. Landscapes of far away places in oil. Exhibiting many original works of art by other local and regional artists in a variety of media. Arboretum Gallery. Continues through Oct. 31. 8016-900 Providence Rd. and 1035 Providence Rd. 704-541-3199 or 704-342-1774.
Pottery Central Featured Works. Salt fired dinnerware by Andrew Linton, and new raku fired pottery by Karen Linton. Tue.-Sat. 3534 Central Ave. 704-537-4477.
S. Lampke Fine Art and Design Collection of Works featuring oils and pastels. Also showing oil floorcloths, painted "Cottage" furniture, and a collection of hand knotted Persian Carpets. Tue.-Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 1517 Camden Road, Studio #5. 704-362-1033.
Shain Fine Art Originals American Landscape- Contemporary Nostalgia. Works by Andrew Braitman. This exhibit invites the viewer to appreciate the world as we know it today while reflecting on changes occuring wihin the features of the American landscape. Continues through Oct. 31. New Works. featuring works by nationally renowned Santa Fe artists Michael Lynch and David Ballew who recently collaborated on plein air painting in the Carolinas. Also - Baptiste, Henry Barnes, Laura Buxton, Dennis Campay, Amy Dobbs, Bonnie Brown Fergus, Robert Frank, William Jameson, Geoffrey Johnson, Downy Doxey-Marshall, Robert Marshall, Janet Powers, Sallie Quirk, R.A. Red Corn, Kim Schuessler, Marilyn Simandle, and Connie Withers. Mon.-Sun. 601-B Providence Rd. 704-334-7744.
Skillbeck Gallery Various Artists. A distinctive collection of contemporary American crafts. Features jewelry, ceramics, handblown glass, and a large selection of Judaica. Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 248 S. Sharon Amity Rd., Cotswold Village Shops, Courtyard. 704-366-8613.
Spirit Square The World of Regional Latin American Visual Artists. An exhibit promoting 10 regional emerging visual artists from Latin America. Painting, sculpture, mixed media and jewelry. Continues through Oct. 26. 345 N. College St. 704-372-1000.
Thomas Thoune Gallery Children's Portraits. Second floor of Looby Loo. The portraits can be viewed by appointment only. Continues through Nov. 30. 228 East Blvd. 704-334-9087.
UNC-Charlotte The Peep Show. A new exhibit in the Cone Center. Two anonymous sculptors organized the exhibit. In choosing to remain anonymous, the artists dispel any accusations of sensationalism in order to attract personal attention. The works exhibited are confrontational, challenging and in some cases sexually explicit. The opening reception is Oct. 24 from 5-8pm. You must be 18 to view the artwork. Oct. 21-Nov. 1. Palette Cleanser. By Adriane Herman. Presented by UNC Charlotte Galleries. Rowe Arts Main Gallery. Continues through Oct. 25. 704-687-3315.
Winthrop University Galleries High and Low: Printmakers' Views of Society 1600-1800. Thirty-six prints from the collection of the Mint Museum of Art will expose the social, cultural, and political issues of their times. Continues through Oct. 27. 107 McLaurin, Rock Hill. 803-323-2493.