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REGISTER ONLINE: 25 September David & Sean Stickel: Shared Visions: Reflections of Life Page-Walker Arts & History Center Through September 14 Medium: Watercolor David and Sean Stickel (father/son) have cultivated world-renowned abilities to capture images through the fascinating medium of watercolor. People often mistake their paintings for photographs. Their representational paintings depict reflections in store-front windows, automobiles, water and visual treasures that challenge viewers to continually find new discoveries in their work. Lyric Montgomery Kinard & Maura High: Stone & Water Cary Arts Center Gallery Through September 22 Medium: Textiles and poetry Stone and Water explores interactions through time. Humans shape stone and channel water. Water shapes stone. We all are shaped by time. Abstract work in textiles is by Lyric Montgomery Kinard and poetry is by Maura High. Darrell Stover: JazzyNiteDaze Cary Arts Center Principal's Hall Through Sunday, September 22 Medium: Documentary photographs The artist captures 48 hours in the jazz performance world of the Triangle. It specifically focuses on jazz trumpeter Al Strong as he leads the jazz jam session on a Thursday night in August 2018 and then leads many of the same instrumentalists on a Saturday afternoon at Cary's Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival. Bill Stice: Roaming the National Parks Herbert C. Young Community Center Through Wednesday, October 16 Medium: Photography Stice captures beautiful images from his travels to National Parks and his encounters with nature. There is rarely a time during the year that he does not have a camera around his neck. Photography has always been a passion for him, but since his retirement from the Town of Cary he has devoted his time to travels and photography. Marcelle Harwell Pachnowski: Visual Rhapsodies Page-Walker Arts & History Center Wednesday, September 18–Saturday, October 12 Artist Reception: Friday, September 27 | 6–8 p.m. Medium: Oil on canvas The artist states, "Painting is my passion. The act of painting is rhythmic bursts and splashes of color, the lyrical gesture, the process of selecting the colors that are intuitively chosen through the phenomenon entitled synesthesia'—literally seeing colors when I hear music." c Gallery Exhibitions View the works of and meet accomplished area, regional artists and national artists.

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