From Gatehouse to Winehouse: Inside the Artist’s Workplace Minnie Evans, Elisabeth Chant and Claude Howell
On View – April 14, 2013
This exhibition invites you to enter and imagine three historic places of artistic creation in Wilmington, NC: Minnie Evans’ tiny gatehouse, Elisabeth Chant’s winehouse and Claude Howell’s downtown apartment. From 1948-1974, visionary artist Minnie Evans created artworks while gatekeeper at Airlie Gardens. In the 1920s, mystic Elisabeth Chant taught art classes on Cottage Lane. Claude Howell’s Apartment 44 at the Carolina Apartments became the networking place.
Created by CameronMuseum
3201 S. 17th St.
Wilmington, NC 28412
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