What’s New! Learn more about current and future shows here in Downtown Cary. If you’re looking for a specific show and don’t see it? Visit our Venue’s page to learn more about all participating galleries. Current Shows To view other Village Art Circle events follow this link. Dean Sauls: ResetTown Hall GalleryExhibition Dates: February 1 – April 21, 2023Meet the Artist: Friday, March 31st | 6 – 8 p.m.Medium: Acrylic abstract paintingsAs an artist in a world where humans are bombarded with information and technology, I feel compelled to create works of art that embraces simplicity. Inspired by the elements of our ordinary lives, and the places these items fit in modern culture, I break them down on canvas as minimalist and abstract representations of their discriminating parts, defining them atypically via reflective visuals. Creative Imaging Group: Impressions of StagvilleCary Arts Center Principal’s HallJanuary 25 – March 19, 2023.Medium: PhotographyCreative Imaging Group who are affiliated with Cary Photographic Artists: Jon Meyer, John Lapp, William Stewart, and Henry Rinne. Impressions of Stagville, represents the photographers’ vision of the historical and moral impact of the site of the former plantation. To learn more about this historic site visit the historical site The House of NyghtFalcon: AbandonedHerbert C. Young Community CenterExhibition Dates: February 1 – April 21, 2023Medium: Photography & TextThis is a very special series. It speaks to who we are and to the roots of our passion. Prior to becoming professional photographers, JD Milazzo and I often wandered the nyght in search of places time had forgotten. In 2018, we returned to our roots, to our search for forgotten places. Cary Photographic Artists Member ShowCary Arts Center Gallery | 101 Dry Ave.January 25 – March 19, 2023Medium: PhotographyThe Cary Photographic Artists (CPA) formed in January 2007 as Cary’s only organization dedicated to photography as ne art. CPA is dedicated to expanding and enhancing knowledge, skill, appreciation, and sharing of both the artistry and the craftsmanship of photography. Jen BlakesleeCary Arts Center Display CasesJanuary 25 – March 19, 2023Medium: ClayJen Blakeslee’s process is to explore mixed media materials (primarily ceramics) to tell stories that are both ancient and familiar. Currently she uses the ancient art practices of Ceramics, Terra Sigillata and Encaustic Painting. Jen draws on natural elements and texture to document timeless narratives. She investigates humanity’s relationship with nature, material culture and belief. She utilizes ancient techniques to create Contemporary Art.