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Arts Council's 10:10:10 Exhibit Shares The Inspiring Works Of 10 North Carolina Artists

Updated: Apr 18, 2022

[Fayetteville, North Carolina] – The Arts Council of Fayetteville|Cumberland County (Arts Council) presents a multidisciplinary compilation of awe-inspiring contemporary artistry with its “4th Annual 10:10:10 Exhibit – 10 NC Artists, 10 Linear Feet, 10 Self-Curated Exhibitions” on display now through Saturday, May 21, 2022, at The Arts Center, 301 Hay Street in Historic Downtown Fayetteville. The exhibit is free and open for public viewing. Most artpieces are listed for sale.

The 10:10:10 exhibition was developed to capture a diverse collection of imaginative and impressive artwork by giving gifted North Carolina artists a platform that encourages unconventional and architectural expressions of their vision and life experiences. Juried by the Arts Council’s Exhibition Committee composed of visual arts specialists, each of the 10 selected artists received 10 linear feet of space in The Arts Center Gallery to display their 10 self-curated exhibitions. Their range of artwork features 2D and 3D mediums such as photography, 3D sculptures, acrylic and oil paintings, drawings, and other mixed media pieces.


10:10:10 Featured Artists

Joseph Bellofatto

Clayton, NC

“Love the concept. Invites a diverse yet thematic aesthetic to a group show. My first time showing in Fayetteville since moving to North Carolina and looking forward to experiencing how well my work is received. Looks to be a great space with wonderful lighting.”

Morgan Goodrum

Wilmington, NC

“I'm super stoked. I appreciate the opportunity to showcase my work with 9 other talented NC artists who all have very different styles and mediums. This show is a great way to gain exposure and show what NC art has to offer.”

Laura Sexton

Gastonia, NC

“It is an honor to share my journey with my father's brain cancer treatment from the beginning through the time we spent together while he and mom adjusted. I feel painting these helped channel energy into his healing, and I can't help but think the more people share in his story, the more healing will be sent his way - and mom's - as they face this together.”

Angela Lubinecky

Matthews, NC

“When you look at my art you will find glimpses into where

life has taken me. I was raised in a multicultural expatriate

community in East Africa and was exposed to a variety of

influences. My work is a reflection of my family’s

optimism, sense of adventure, and an embrace of

everything life and this world has to offer.”

Bill Wallace

Wake Forest, NC

“I've never shown in Fayetteville before and I'm looking

forward to the opportunity. Arts Councils are really good

at exposing the public to different artwork.”

Joanna Sokolowska

Cary, NC

“The human being, with his dual nature - sensual and spiritual, is my biggest inspiration and focus. My style combines elements of realism with expressive, emotional quest for power of expression. My works are evidence of a search for the means of expression that split the self into a dilemma of human experience.”

Stacy-Ann Topjian Searle

Carrboro, NC

“The 10-10-10 Exhibit is my first opportunity to share my

work here in North Carolina. Being able to curate 10 feet

of wall space, allows me to exhibit a good representation of

my pen and ink work. I am grateful for this opportunity.”

Debi Drew

Chapel Hill, NC

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to share my artwork with the Fayetteville community. I consider it an honor to be selected with the other talented artists as we celebrate our unique creativity. I pray my biblical-centered art touches souls!”

CJ Howard

Wilmington, NC

“It is such a joy to connect with the Fayetteville community