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: Raleigh
Here we are a year later teaching another school “exploration” at Exploris Elementary School. After building models and working with plaster for a few weeks we took our class outside and built a sculpture in the school yard. We assembled a … Continue reading
This spring I taught a design-build short course, called an “Exploration”, at Exploris Elementary for 4th and 5th graders. We learned the basics of working with wood, steel, and concrete, how to make scale models, and then build full-scale. Because we … Continue reading
I’ve got a few large “bottle openers” like the one above, amongst others, at the Visual Art Exchange for the month of August. Opening is this first Friday.
I have new bottle openers for sale this First Friday at VAE in downtown Raleigh. These are each one-of-a-kind, with various markings and/or enamelings on steel. If you can’t make it down they are also for sale online at my … Continue reading
Flanders Gallery in Raleigh, NC features work by Greg Linquist and Mary Mattingly through April 28th, 2014. Lindquist painted a large site-specific mural and has a group of related paintings. Mattingly displays sculptures assembled from geodesic dome parts, large photographic prints, and … Continue reading
These are all 5″ x 5″ on 6″ x 8″ watercolor paper.
Here are a few examples of new work I’m going to have for sale this Friday at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh. The images are 5″ x 5″ acrylic paint and ink on 6″ x 8″ 140 lb. watercolor … Continue reading
I was one of 6 designers selected to be included in the VAE’s “Launch” program for 2014. It’s a retail incubator that gives artists and designers the opportunity to test out retail items in the front window and gallery of … Continue reading
This building has been home to a few different businesses over the years, but was originally the architectural office of George Milton Small, who designed it and worked in it for many years. Located on Brooks Avenue on a small … Continue reading