Exhibition of new paintings by Jane Allen Nodine on view in Charlotte, NC

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Exhibition of new paintings by Jane Allen Nodine on view in Charlotte, NC
The paintings on display represent a new direction for Spartanburg, South Carolina artist Jane Nodine.

CHARLOTTE, NC.- Jane Allen Nodine is exhibiting new paintings at the Carillon Tower Center, Charlotte, NC, beginning the first week of May and continung through the end of August 2022. Curated by art consultant and gallerist, Larry Elder of Charlotte, Carillon Tower is located at 227 West Trade Street and will be on view in the gallery lobby located on the ground floor. Building hours are Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

The paintings on display represent a new direction for Spartanburg, South Carolina artist Jane Nodine. These colorful and dynamic works offer a sense of optimism as felt by the artist in the advent of a new year. In Nodine’s latest work you will see paint floating in more paint. Color competing for more space. Form and flection taking hold of the overall composition.

“Since the pandemic began, I have been driven to develop works that bring joy over doom. I have a keen interest in color and how it can soothe or agitate, calm or excite. I often use dynamic color combinations with juxtapositions or overlapping to create elements that pop or peek out from under the layers. Those layers of color are made with heavy bodied and thinned paints to build a surface that draws the viewer into the work to explore spatial anomalies that often shift according to the ambient light and vantage point.” Jane Nodine 2022

Jane Allen Nodine is Distinguished Professor Emerita and retired University Gallery Director at the University of South Carolina Upstate where she served as head of the art program for over twenty years. Nodine exhibits widely in the US and abroad and has been recognized with numerous awards including an NEA/SECCA Southeastern Seven IV Fellowship from the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art and two South Carolina Arts Commission Artist Fellowships. In 2012 she received the Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement by the Southeastern College Art Conference and in 2002 she was awarded a Belle W. Baruch Visiting Scholar Fellowship to Hobcaw Barony Plantation in Georgetown, S.C. Her work is included in numerous collections in China, Germany, and the United States. She has multiple works in the South Carolina State Art Collection and in 1999 she was selected by the South Carolina State Museum and the South Carolina Arts Commission as one of the One Hundred Most Significant Artists in South Carolina During the 20th Century

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