Michael Van Hout's Animal Forms
Van Hout is well-known for his metalwork and sculptures, which are widely exhibited throughout the state. The Cameron Art Museum has hosted his giraffes and zebras; the education building and library at UNC-Wilmington are home to several of his aquatic installations; and two of the state´s aquariums feature his underwater creations, swimming right alongside the real thing. His installations are displayed on site at several area elementary schools as well as the Children´s Museum of Wilmington and Airlie Gardens.
A graduate of UNC-Greensboro, Van Hout's animal forms are presented in wire, sheet metal, paper mache, relief prints, and wooden sticks. He is a full-time studio artist at Acme Art.
Opening Friday, February 28th, 6 - 9 pm; on display through April.
An Art Gallery and "offspace"
621N4TH is an artist-run gallery, studio and office space located in the heart of downtown Wilmington's Brooklyn neighborhood. The gallery location provides established and emerging artists the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a professional manner.