Paintings by ApB - Agnes Preston-Brame
Fine galleries in Greensboro, NC and Roanoke, VA.
Upcoming Solo Exhibit:
The Artery Gallery
Originally scheduled for April 2020, this exhibit has been postponed. Details about the rescheduled show will be posted when available.
1711 Spring Garden St., Greensboro
Recent Exhibition: Resolution 2020
Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
121 N. Churton St., Hillsborough, NC
A fine arts exhibit juried by Katie Ziglar, director of the Ackland Art Museum at UNC Chapel Hill.
528 S. Elm St., Greensboro
My work has been shown at the Ambleside Gallery in 2016, 2017 and 2019. Ambleside Gallery exhibits fine art collections at its location in the historic district of Greensboro, North Carolina.
Featured in "O. Henry" March 2019
The Art of Reinvention
by Nancy Oakley
“I’m reinventing myself, as I always say,” Agnes Preston-Brame chuckles from her perch on her living room sofa, which just so happens to be upholstered in an elegant fleur-de-lys pattern that she designed. Behind her hang two large paintings . . .
Featured in "Triad City Beat" June 2018
Leaving an Impression
by Lauren Barber
They say if you want to know what mood you are in, you best start singing,” she says. “Whatever song comes out of you, it will tell you.”
This is one of Agnes Preston-Brame’s firmly held beliefs, and for her it holds true for the colors on her painter’s palette.
I was excited to show a collection of my work, titled "figurEtively Speaking, at this new gallery in Greensboro in the summer of 2018.
Revolution Mill Central Gallery, 1150 Revolution Mill Drive, Greensboro
Featured in "We Are Greensboro" Fall 2017
A Life By Design
by Tony Bates
For many of us life has a way of getting in the way. We start off with an interest or desire that we'd like to follow when one thing then another comes along, diverting us from our path. Of course we may eventually return to it later in life or even find new interests to pursue; but often that's after long periods of . . . well, life. If we are able to return, that's wonderful, but in the end, how many of us take an interest we have as a child and use it to fuel a passion that lasts a lifetime?
Artist/Designer Agnes Preston-Brame has done just that. By staying true to herself while developing the ability to adjust and adapt, Agnes has not just maintained a presence in the world of art and design, she has excelled there.