Exhibit has oil paintings, turning pole


Sue Hicks, right foreground, studies oil paintings on canvas by Elena Raye Clair of Wilmington.

Sue Hicks, right foreground, studies oil paintings on canvas by Elena Raye Clair of Wilmington.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Elena Raye Clair exhibit at Thorngren Studio Arts includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders. Clair, in the photo’s right foreground, turns on small flash lights attached under the umbrella canopy.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Thorngren Studio Arts in downtown Wilmington presents local artist Elena Raye Clair’s 2019 works in an April 19-May 17 show titled “Look”. At Friday’s opening reception, guests in the photograph look at some of Clair’s 22 oil paintings on canvas in the gallery. At the reception there also was interactive live music featuring her son John Clair-Nease. The creative exhibit includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders, all on the move. In the photo, Clair can be spotted in the left background. If you missed the opening reception, the gallery is open on Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Sue Hicks, right foreground, studies oil paintings on canvas by Elena Raye Clair of Wilmington.

The Elena Raye Clair exhibit at Thorngren Studio Arts includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders. Clair, in the photo’s right foreground, turns on small flash lights attached under the umbrella canopy.

Thorngren Studio Arts in downtown Wilmington presents local artist Elena Raye Clair’s 2019 works in an April 19-May 17 show titled “Look”. At Friday’s opening reception, guests in the photograph look at some of Clair’s 22 oil paintings on canvas in the gallery. At the reception there also was interactive live music featuring her son John Clair-Nease. The creative exhibit includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders, all on the move. In the photo, Clair can be spotted in the left background. If you missed the opening reception, the gallery is open on Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m.

Sue Hicks, right foreground, studies oil paintings on canvas by Elena Raye Clair of Wilmington.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_hicks.jpgSue Hicks, right foreground, studies oil paintings on canvas by Elena Raye Clair of Wilmington. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Elena Raye Clair exhibit at Thorngren Studio Arts includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders. Clair, in the photo’s right foreground, turns on small flash lights attached under the umbrella canopy.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_for_web.jpgThe Elena Raye Clair exhibit at Thorngren Studio Arts includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders. Clair, in the photo’s right foreground, turns on small flash lights attached under the umbrella canopy. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Thorngren Studio Arts in downtown Wilmington presents local artist Elena Raye Clair’s 2019 works in an April 19-May 17 show titled “Look”. At Friday’s opening reception, guests in the photograph look at some of Clair’s 22 oil paintings on canvas in the gallery. At the reception there also was interactive live music featuring her son John Clair-Nease. The creative exhibit includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders, all on the move. In the photo, Clair can be spotted in the left background. If you missed the opening reception, the gallery is open on Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_art_show.jpgThorngren Studio Arts in downtown Wilmington presents local artist Elena Raye Clair’s 2019 works in an April 19-May 17 show titled “Look”. At Friday’s opening reception, guests in the photograph look at some of Clair’s 22 oil paintings on canvas in the gallery. At the reception there also was interactive live music featuring her son John Clair-Nease. The creative exhibit includes a pole that rotates when pushed. The turning pole has flying birds, swimming fish and crawling spiders, all on the move. In the photo, Clair can be spotted in the left background. If you missed the opening reception, the gallery is open on Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal