What: The Winston-Salem Show — an exhibit of traveling artists bring their work to Brooklyn, New York
When: opening reception Sat. Nov. 5, 6-9 pm — exhibit on display during regular store hours Tues. to Sun., noon to 8 p.m. from Nov. 5 to Jan. 7.
Where: Brooklyn Bell’s the Local, 843 Classon Ave. (between Eastern Parkway and Lincoln Place) Brooklyn, N.Y. (2, 3, 4, 5 to Franklin Ave.)
Information: www.brooklynbell.com or (718) 399-2613
“My work focuses on emotion and rhythm primarily through music. I am fascinated by a spontaneous raw moment in a performance. I attempt to capture that moment, allowing the viewer an insight into the soul of a performance – hoping to entice the viewer to ‘feel’ the beat and ‘hear’ the music in my paintings and drawings.”
Amy Jordan Kincaid
Amy Jordan Kincaid is a native of Winston Salem, NC. She works in multi-media, with an emphasis on chronicling memory, time and space. She is also the creator and host of Artists on Art, a live dialogue series with artists, about artists. Community engagement and facilitating fellow artists is an integral part of her life and work, including her work as a program coordinator at Sawtooth School for Visual Art. Sawtooth is a community art school that was founded by the WS Arts Council over fifty years ago.
The Ode to Pain monotypes are a continuation of a series that I began twelve years ago. The series began in drawing and painting and now continues in print. They are homage to a print that I acquired in the late 1990’s. The series reoccurs in my work when chronicling the memory of pain that is left behind.
O’Kelly, a founding member of Delurk Gallery and its business manager, will be taking several of her paintings and drawings to New York. Texas native, and Winston-Salem devotee Jennifer Wynn O’Kelly has spent her life pursuing performance related design while constantly and compulsively producing intimate scale drawings and large paintings in the spaces of time between film assignments and theater productions. Jennifer is the production designer on three feature films on the Hallmark Channel. The Shunning, The Confession and Shuffleton’s Barbershop. Dark Awakening an independent horror genre suspense drama was released in theaters in 2015 and is now available in DVD format.
Donell Williams, a young artist that has made Winston-Salem his home since he was 13 years old. A native of Brooklyn, NY, Donell, the son of a graffiti artist, moved to Winston Salem as a youngster and fell in love with the arts scene instantly. In 2014, Williams was recognized as Painter of the Year by FCEA (Forsyth County Entertainment Awards).in addition to being a resident artist at Studio 7 in Winston-Salem, Williams has assisted DiNapoli-Mylet, in her role as executive director of !POWAR!, People of Winston-Salem Art Reclamation Program. The nonprofit, public-art program focuses on mentoring youths and building community bonds through public-art projects.