Who Are We?
If you have news to share in our upcoming newsletter please complete the form at this link: Newsletter Content
Check out what's going on in our community!
If you are a member of TSS and have news to share on our social profiles, please email information and images to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have images to share on our website or social media, please drop them here.
Please title video files with date and subject matter!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2021 STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS!
Click here to see images of their work
and more info about them.
Charles Wright Sculptor, Retired Educator
"To make meaning or to create a desired shape dictates what my preferred method or medium can be at any one time; however, my current favorite medium is wood. I like the subtractive carving process with wood; however, in order to make connections, and to achieve a particular shape, I will, without hesitation, use additive methods of joining materials together with glue or dowels. I am focused at the moment on making pedestal top size wood work."
To reach more about Charles, click here.
Would you like to be in the spotlight? Click here to fill out a brief interview-style questionnaire.
Members: click below for further details on this Call for Entry
Caldwell Arts Council
Tucker's Outdoor Gallery
is seeking entries for works to be on display in downtown Lenoir, NC and to be available for purchase.
Join the Women's Caucus for Art
The Women's Caucus for Art is celebrating its 50th year in 2022.
To join you must become a member of the national WCA, and then choose NSC as your chapter.
Most Recent Newsletters:
Eli Blasko: Graduate Student Western Carolina University
Eli Blasko is an artist and designer based in Western North Carolina.
He primarily works in sculpture with an emphasis on wood as material. His work ranges from exploring traditional craft and design techniques to expansive conceptual interventions into the lives of objects and highly detailed constructions for public, commercial, and gallery settings. Many of his projects begin as research-based inquiries into the history of objects, images, and geographies.
Eli received a BFA from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 2012, and also studied in the Studio of Intermedia+ at The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia. He holds credentials as a craft instructor in carpentry and welding from the National Center for Construction Education Research, and is currently an MFA candidate for 2022 at Western Carolina University.