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Christ the King opens Art Gallery

Welcome to Gallery Hall!  Paintings shown are from AllPosters.com (Egyptian Christ) and bridgebuilding.com (Navajo Christ).
Welcome to Gallery Hall! Paintings shown are from AllPosters.com (Egyptian Christ) and bridgebuilding.com (Navajo Christ).
Photos by A. Spencer

Charlotte, NC – There’s a new gallery in town, Gallery Hall at the Chapel of Christ the King. Although it’s especially dedicated to up-and-coming artist who might need a resume-booster, the space is open to everyone.

The first exhibit (see slide show) features two veteran artists in NoDa, Charlotte’s artists community: Leigh McDonald and Laura Alma McCarthy. Leigh’s work is more traditional, with oils and delicate pencil sketches, while Laura’s display -- rubbings of manhole covers and sidewalk tiles -- is more on the edgy-side. Different aesthetics, but both part of the beauty of creation.

The gallery is open Sundays from 1-2PM and by appointment during the week (please call 704 334-3097 and do leave a message). A simple but elegant reception can be arranged if you want to invite guests to see your work Sunday afternoon, for a modest fee.

A new exhibit is to go up in mid-January.

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The Chapel of Christ the King is located at 425 E. 17th St. (off North Davidson) in Charlotte.

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