Visit our Upfront Gallery where we have a members' display area with work for show and sale in addition to the guest artist exhibit area.

Hours
Third Friday Durham, 6–9pm — a downtown circuit of
art exhibits and events.

Fridays from 11–2
Limited hours during Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Please check back for details.
Or by appointment at dave@horseandbuggypress.com


NEXT OPEN STUDIOS EVENTS

Third Friday Durham, April 17; 6–9

Durham Art Walk
Saturday, May 2nd; 10-5
Sunday, May 3rd; 1-5


In the Upfront Gallery. . .

Muse:
A book release celebration and exhibit of photographs by Gail Goers

February 20 – April 12, 2015
Reception: Friday, March 20, 2015; 6-9pm

Photographer Gail Goers uses her 4×5 view camera to amplify a sense of place. Muse examines the solitary spaces of modern cities (within Germany and China). This work is presented in two forms, a series of framed 30 x 40 photographs, and the large format 72 page art photography book recently published by
Daniel 13 (and designed by Horse & Buggy Press).

The title, Muse, functions on multiple levels. That term so frequently refers to the object of the male gaze, to an elusive angel that must be summoned, or to a nude model. Goers offers a spin on this idea. Instead of female nudes, she presents stark landscapes – largely man-made, almost always prepared for, but devoid of, people. The photographer invites a shift of the word “muse” from a noun to a verb. She challenges viewers to muse upon the photographs, to meditate on these quiet spaces outside the pop, whiz, glamour, and speed of the modern city. In image after image, page after page, China morphs into Germany and Germany dissolves into China as the photographer jumps space while she pauses time.

Daniel 13 (based in Carrboro) functions as an eclectic, modern-day hybrid between a book publisher, record label, and film production company. At the heart of all projects is unfailing support for the artist’s vision and a commitment to seeing it properly executed. Many of these projects will be on display and for sale during this exhibition. This is the third art book that Horse & Buggy Press has designed for Daniel 13.


Studio and quiet work space available mid-April 2015. Ideal location with opportunities for limited retail and evening or weekend workshops. Contact Dave at dave@horseandbuggypress.com.

 

 

 

 







 






 



 



   
   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

CURRENT SHOW

 


PAST SHOWS


Functional Pottery/Shino Glaze:
New Pottery by Peter Dugan
DECEMBER 2014 - JANUARY 2014


7 of 18:
Celebrating Durham's 2014-2015: NC Arts Council's Fellowship Recipients
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2014


Revamped: New Work from JenJen

JULY - AUGUST, 2014


Testify: A Visual Love Letter to Appalachia by Roger May
Photography exhibit and celebration of the H&B fine press book
APRIL - JUNE, 2014


Hawks and Doves
custom bags and pillows
FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 22, 2014



New Functional Pottery by Peter Dugan

NOVEMBER 14, 2013 - JANUARY 30, 2014

BENDING STICKS: THE SCULPTURE OF PATRICK DOUGHERTY
A documentary film by Kenny Dalsheimer and Penelope Maunsell
OCTOBER 1 - NOVEMBER 10, 2013
Photo: Zan Maddox


Tin Types
by Riley MacLean

SEPTEMBER 2013


INPUT/OUTPUT
by Stephanie Nowotarski

AUGUST 1 - SEPTEMBER 1, 2013


Rare | Curious | Extinct
by Aubrey Aldret

JULY 6 - JULY 30, 2013


2200° Fahrenheit:
Blown Glass by Dmitri Resnik

JUNE 1 - 30, 2013


If I Had WIngs
an installation by environmental artist Bryant Holsenbeck
APRIL – MAY 2013


SENIOR CITIZENS
Group show featuring work in a variety of media by 17 seniors from the
Durham School of the Arts

JANUARY – MARCH 2013


MAKING WAVES
Restored American radios from the 1930s, 40s and 50s by Bob Gordan
NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2012


Trickle Down
Painting in a Cold Climate by Janet Coleman
AUGUST – SEPTEMBER 2012


Maji Moto: Dispatches from a Drought
Photographs and Lyrical Writings by Courtney Fitzpatrick
APRIL – JUNE 2012
The fifteenth fine press book published by Horse & Buggy Press was the centerpiece of an exhibit that included not only the book but also a broadside edition, framed photographs, and an environmental text installation. Please click the Maji Moto title above for a link to more info about the book.


Eno River Tapestries
New Work by Silvia Heyden

FEBRUARY – MARCH 2012
Exhibit coinciding with DVD release of A Weaverly Path, a film by Kenny Dalsheimer about the life and work of Silvia Heyden.


BURLAP.
Portraits of Piedmont Farmers

By Raymond Goodman

NOVEMBER 2011 – JANUARY 2012


Sarah Warner Baratti
All of Them Wishes: Jewelry and Drawings of Feather and Bones
SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER 2011


Photography by Jeremy M. Lange
JULY – AUGUST 2011


BCAC 5 Year Anniversary Show
APRIL – MAY 2011


Tree of Knowlege by Michael Greer
JANUARY – MARCH 2011


Big Heads: New Work by Bill Frick
NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2010


Lou Joseph: Tent Cities
SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER 2010


Off the Wall: One of Kind Artists' Books
John Davis and Susan Leeb

JULY – AUGUST 2010


Photographic Prints and Daguerrotypes by Robin Dreyer
MAY – JUNE 2010


Ricky Davis: Birding Photography
MARCH – APRIL 2010


In Search of the Burning Bush
Glaze Paintings by Jim Tignor
JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2010


Empty & Full
Encaustic Paintings by Celia Gray
NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2009


Original Mascot Print Series
Artistic Interpretations of America's College Mascots by Revere La Noue

OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2009


Hands and Faces
Collages by Trey Moore

JULY – AUGUST 2009


Jeff Mahorney: Daily Paintings
MAY – JUNE 2009


Scenes of Long Acquaintance
Recent Photography by MJ Sharp

MARCH – APRIL 2009
MJ shared recent large format, long exposure works. From her show statement, "...noticing
the discarded, taking time to sit with and really see the beauty in what is moving along at its
own pace, in its own time, for its own ends."



ART-TENDER TWO!
JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2009
Mark Cunningham and Jake Wood, bartenders from next door at Piedmont, returned with a grouping of exquisite themed workings. All sales were donated to the Women's Center of Durham.


Home Work: Photography Installation by Noah Rosenblatt-Farrell
DECEMBER 2008 - JANUARY 2009


Al Frega: Recent Sculptures
FALL 2008


Text Messages
Clay and Print New Work by Bonnie Campbell

OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2008
A series of vessels that began as worries and ended as prayers. Bonnie 
borrowed a bunch of Dave's metal type and impressed the forms into her 
ceramic sculptures before firing in order to create her own "text 
messages."


 
 

Handed Down: Wall Quilts and New Fiber Work by Jeana Eve Klein
AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 2008

 
 

On the Side of the Road: Paintings by Sarah Powers
JUNE - JULY 2008
A close look at the small details that make up our landscape.



 
 

Boundary Lines: Ceramics by Meredith Brickell
APRIL - MAY 2008
An examination and representation of place—both the physical realm and our intangible impressions of it.


 
 
Bull City Bicycles: Curated by Phillip Barron
MARCH 2008
This exhibit gathers historic and contemporary photography of bicycles in Durham. A celebration of the aesthetic simplicity, utility, and joy of bicycles, this exhibit documents Durham’s sense of place from two wheels.


 
 
Art-Tender
JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2008
Art-tenders Mark Cunningham and Jake Wood (bartenders next door at Piedmont) created 500 drawings on Bev Naps. Drawings were sold for a dollar each at the close of the reception.


 
 
Co-Signed Paintings:  David Alsobrooks
NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2007
A partnership scores of nameless, unsusupecting individuals and the Efland artist who trolls the countrysie for evidence of these people, most often found in handmade signs. From David... “While I recycle the wording, I don’t attempt to replicate the original signs themselves. In general, the paintings have nothin in common with the appearance of the original expression. In a sense, the artmaking process is reliant on both ends of this spectrum. The paintings are collaborative—they are Co-Signed.”



 
 
Plazas (Palaces):  Sketchbook Paintings by Stephen Gibson
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER   2007
This exhibit featured twelve framed small paintings, a few dozen unframed drawings, a small mural made directly onto the foyer wall, and a few of the actual sketchbooks Dave has made and Stephen has filled up over the last few years. Gibson is the author of the 2001 H&B title City of Midnight Skies.


 
 

Landscape:  Photographs by Pamela Pecchio
JULY - SEPTEMBER 2007
A small series of large prints. Pam is a former Old West Durham resident.


 
 
Silkscreen Prints:  Jeremy Kerman
JUNE - JULY, 2007


 
 

Type High and Kickin' : A Group Letterpress Show
APRIL - MAY 2007
A variety of high brow and low class letterpress work from five Southeastern letterpress printers featuring...

 
Josef Beery (Charlottesville, Virginia)
Trade Union Press (Ayden, North Carolina)
Ray Duffey (Raleigh, North Carolina)
Convivio Bookworks (Lake Worth, Florida)
Horse & Buggy Press (Durham, North Carolina)



 
 
Birdhouses: Photographs by Rob McDonald
FEBRUARY - MARCH 2007
Rob McDonald lives in Virginia. Self-taught as a photographer, Rob holds a doctorate in American literature and specializes in the literature and culture of the American South. The photographs in the Birdhouses portfolio, taken from Rob’s travels across four states from 2002-2006, represent a personal exploration of the relationship between place and identity: meditations on home.