COMMUNITY-INSPIRED PUBLIC ART AT NEW CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
Hodges Taylor is facilitating three large-scale public art commissions for Duke Energy’s new headquarters in uptown Charlotte to celebrate the city and the company’s clean energy mission. Installation begins later this month and will be complete later this summer.
A Glimpse Into the Process of Matthew Steele
A Glimpse Into the Process of Matthew Steele Coinciding with his exhibition, IN PROCESS: Matthew Steele, the Charlotte-based artist opened his studio doors to share insights [...]
A Glimpse Into the Process of Eleanor Annand
A Glimpse Into the Process of Eleanor Annand Coinciding with her exhibition, IN PROCESS: Eleanor Annand, the Asheville-based artist opened her studio doors to share insights [...]
A Glimpse Into the Process of Andrew Hayes
A Glimpse Into the Process of Andrew Hayes Coinciding with his exhibition, IN PROCESS: Andrew Hayes, the Asheville-based sculptor opened his studio doors to share insights [...]
Video Recap: Artist Talk Highlights
Highlights from the Artist Talk with Leigh Suggs + Asa Jackson On December 3, 2022 we invited the public to join us in the gallery for an inspiring [...]
Art of the State
ARTIST PARTNERS FEATURED IN ART OF THE STATE BY LIZA ROBERTS This beautiful and informative volume illustrates the vitality and importance of North Carolina's contemporary art scene, [...]
ARTIST PARTNERS ON VIEW AT UNC CHARLOTTE We are pleased to share that Elizabeth Alexander, David Halliday, Peter Glenn Oakley, and Jaydan Moore are part of the Nature [...]
Exploring the casting process:
Lydia Musco’s Unconformity series
Just outside our front door stands Fourth Unconformity by Lydia J Musco. Seated on top of a wooden pedestal, the five-and-a-half-foot tall sculpture is part of her Unconformity series and welcomes visitors as they enter the gallery. Created from layers of cast concrete, the laborious process of creating Fourth Unconformity started with a series of large scale drawings.
Sampled Spaces Series
Installed at Hodges Taylor
Some might call it unconventional, but the gallery experience extends into every space under our roof, including the bathroom. There you’ll find a site-specific installation by Charlotte-based artist, Thomas Schmidt, who was commissioned by the gallery to design a contemporary backsplash.
For forty years, Hodges Taylor has enjoyed a reputation as a successful and respected contemporary art gallery and consulting firm.