As a scrumptious visual treat, visit downtown 216 Middle Street at MJ's Raw Bar & Grill to view amazing conceptual paintings by Michaelé Rose Watson.
As a scrumptious visual treat, visit downtown 216 Middle Street at MJ's Raw Bar & Grill
to view amazing conceptual paintings by Michaelé Rose Watson.
The walls are adorned with rich colors and textures representing sea creature and environments, shells, octopus, jellyfish on thick-depthed box structures. An oversized canvas hovers near the entrance with deep reds and burnt oranges showing space as shadowed layers and folded illusion.
Watson says about her artwork, "I continue to work in mixed media but now from a conceptual point of view. My ideas and forms are influenced by how we as humans interact with Nature. All the choices we make affect everything and everyone around us. My work helps to remind us of the choices and responsibilities we must consider."
Michaelé Rose Watson will be again hosting Bohemian Night at her studio 413B behind the Bank of the Arts on Friday, July 13 from 5pm to 9pm. All are welcome to enjoy the company of musicians Andrea & Phil Owens, plus multiple artists will be creating pottery, drawings & paintings. The previous Bohemian Nights were enjoyed by hundreds of patrons, artists, musicians, poets and performers, including Lee Hood, Lisa Bisbee, Ben Watford, Se'rah Cheatham, Meg Wethington, Donatella Christoforetti, Blaine Kruger, Robert Hennon, Ed MacComber, Candace Young, Sarah Thrasher, Chris Morgan, Bridgette Swayne, Tim Castania, Chris Buttitta, Mike Cicirelli, Bill Reiter, Andree Richmond, Catherine Morgan, Dara Dolder, Phil Bowie, Gary Peterson, and Martin Henry.
Sneak a preview some of the 1000 egg elements during Bohemian Night on July 13, 2012 at Michaele Rose Watson's studio 413B behind the Bank of the Arts in New Bern, North Carolina.
Check out New Bern Artworks
on Pollock Street at Studio 323 in New Bern during the autumn of 2012 for an awesome piece of history. One-thousand Eggs by Michaelé Rose Watson
. Her conceptual artwork installation will be on display for all to count ... 997, 998, 999... 1000!
Autumn 2012: Dominican Republic Mural Project:
In late October and early November 2012, community participation opportunities are available to work with large mural artists, Hector Blanco and others from the Dominican Republic. Duke University Exchange program, sponsored by The Craven Arts Council, The Consortium in Latin American & Caribbean Stuies at UNC Chapel Hill & Duke University. For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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