Vincent Whitehurstis an architect with a wide range of interests and pursuits, including making art and furniture, playing music, and writing. This site is for sharing some of his work, thoughts, interests, and the work of others he admires.
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Category Archives: Art
I have some hand-made items available for sale at the Design Box in downtown Raleigh during the month of December. I’ve made a few series of bottle openers and some “idea books”- notebooks made with 100% recycled paper and bound Japanese-style. … Continue reading
Brian Walsby – who I posted about back in April has some colorful art up at Foundation Bar in Raleigh for the next few months. The medium is ink and water color pencil on paper. 5 pieces are on display.
Artist Nathan Sawaya creates large scale works in both 2 and 3D out of lego blocks. His colorful, fun-for-the-family exhibition is currently in Graham, NC at the Alamance County Arts Council’s Captain White House.
Here are a few bottle openers I’ve been making recently.
Here are a couple of ink drawings from a new series I’ve been working on. Check out a few more at my art website.
Local Raleigh artist Shaun Richards created another large body of work for his June/July show at Flanders Gallery. Once again he issues critical statements about contemporary culture displayed in layered paint with mixed media additions such as paper, iron-ons, and … Continue reading
I am part of a group show opening May 3rd in the front “exchange gallery” of the Visual Art Exchange. The show will run the month of May and will feature (3) of my large 18″ x 24″ drawings and (5) … Continue reading
Brian Walsby is a musician/illustrator/artist who has been really prolific recently, generating hundreds of comic sketches, portraits of musicians, and concert posters, along with other drawings. Brian moved from California to Raleigh as a teenager and has been making music … Continue reading
On March 13th, 2013, artist Sean Pace wheeled his modified motorcycle, reassembled with various other found parts, onto the Brickyard at NCSU as a special feature demonstration, part of the “Farfetched” show currently on display at the Gregg Museum of … Continue reading
A small drawing in blue ink and pencil.