Joe Cox paintings to remain on exhibit through April 17
We are very happy to share these gallery photos of selected works in the Joe Cox Exhibiton sent to us by Dave Delcambre, College of Design graduate and supporter of the Color Wall restoration project. Dave has also written an in-depth review of the exhibition, which is published on his blogsite, ‘nc art blog’.
“Still Life with Two Blacks” is my personal favorite in the show, and is one of the five paintings sold at the opening on March 7. “Study for Color Wall,” seen above, and the following works are previously unpublished on this site.
Although Cox is known primarily for his studies in color, he also executed many works in pen and ink, and ink wash, as well.
If you have not done so already, there is still time to view the collection of 18 Joe Cox paintings and works on paper at the Lee Hansley Gallery Too, 126 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh. The gallery is also open 6-9 pm this Friday night (April 2) for a First Friday showing. The exhibition closes April 17.