Current Exhibits

daingerfieldsSelections from the Collection

October 25, 2014 – April 11, 2015

Featuring over one-hundred selected paintings, drawings, prints, glass, ceramic, and mixed media pieces from Blowing Rock Art and History Museum’s Permanent Collection in three galleries: David and Nancy Rankin, Kay & Tom Rankin and Gena & Bill Atwell.

Since its first work of art was acquired in 2002, the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum has added works by many artists, historic and contemporary, to its growing Permanent Collection. The exhibition will include works on view by Elliott Daingerfield, Philip Moose, Andrew Wyeth, Philip Leslie Hale, Walter Schofield, William Charles Anthony Frerichs, Herb Cohen, Everett Shinn, Jose Fumero, and many others. The exhibition will also feature twenty-five etchings of North Carolina landmarks by Louis Orr.  MORE . . . 

RuinedLandscapes_PR_imagePaintings of the Balkan War Zone, on loan from the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, gift of Hugh and Jane Spratt McColl

January 17, 2015 – March 28, 2015

A native of Scotland, eventually settling in France, painter Laura Buxton traveled to the Balkans in 1994 and found great inspiration for her work in a war-ridden land. “As an artist,” Buxton said, “I Felt this tremendous responsibility to say something that would be worthwhile, that other people could see. And even if they couldn’t understand, they could at least gain some insight from a different point of view.”

jerry_burnsJerry Burns: Through the Lens

February 13, 2015 – April 25, 2015

The Blowing Rock Art and History Museum (BRAHM) is proud to present an exhibition on “Mr. Blowing Rock” himself, Jerry Burns. The exhibit, Jerry Burns: Through the Lens, is happening in collaboration with the Blowing Rock Historical Society. Nearly two-hundred photographs of the town and community will be on display, many of which were taken by Jerry during his time as editor of the Blowing Rocket. MORE . . . 



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