While Larry Horowitz was in Charlotte, he had the chance to sketch some iconic Charlotte scenery, including this Charlotte skyline. Contact the gallery for more information on his works on paper. #outoftheflatfiles#charlotteskyline
Thank you to our friends at Costco for donating water to our hydration stations this Sunday. We appreciate your donation! 😎
This Sunday, 12-8pm, Midwood Market returns! We’ve teamed up with Cops on the Block to throw a block party on Thomas Street AND Commonwealth Ave to raise money for The Special Olympics. .
Free admission. Family friendly entertainment. Local vendors. And more! RSVP on Facebook to keep in the loop! 🙌
@midwood_mudpie does it again.
Picked up this beautiful berry bowl from Michelle at our pop up last weekend. With our garden in full bloom, we don’t limit this piece to just berries, I can use this for our Roma’s, peppers etc. You can find @midwood_mudpies pottery in a few stores like one of our faves, @moxiemercantile 💕 Thanks for the beautiful piece Michelle! I always look forward to seeing your creations.
Have you signed up for our painting night out in Dilworth? Click the link in the bio and use code MAP to reserve your spot. Our July event is an RSVP only Meet Up, in order to attend you will need to register. The $35 registration fee includes the cost to paint and materials. You will get to bring home your very own masterpiece! The event is BYOB, but we’ve got ya covered. We will have beer, wine, and snacks. Don’t miss this fun night out with the MAPS.
Artist of the week:
CRISTINA TORO, b. 1983, Puerto Rico 🇵🇷
___________________________________________________ "Cristina Toro was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and has been creating and exhibiting her work on a wide scale for over ten years. During this time, she has received many honors including a grant from the New York Council for the Arts and a prestigious Painting Fellowship from The New York Foundation of the Arts. She has had exhibitions in New York, Boston, Tokyo, and Mexico. Most recently, Toro participated in “Epochal Aeration, or, The Slow Hand”, a group exhibition curated by Trinie Dalton. She was also one of the artists selected to be part of the creative workshops that accompanied the exhibition “Run Prayer, Run Café, Run Library” by Whitney Biennial artist, Susan Cianciolo."