|American Tobacco Hosts Artist Eric McRay|
Artist Eric McRay recently set up shop for a visit at American Tobacco.
As part of CBC’s continued support of the United Arts Council, the American Tobacco Campus hosted local painter Eric McRay on October 24-27 and November 7-10, 2006.
McRay set up a temporary studio in the old Chamber’s Trophy space located in the first floor lobby area of the Crowe building. He brought some of his own work to display, as well as painted several pieces on site, including a recognizable landmark from American Tobacco.
You may recognize McRay ’s work as it is prominently featured in the 2nd floor hallway of the Strickland Building. He also has a permanent studio located at Artspace in downtown Raleigh and his artwork has appeared in several local and national magazines.
|Eric McRay creates another masterpiece during his guest residency at American Tobacco, painting on of the campus’ icons, the Lucky Strike Tower.|
In addition to American Tobacco, some of McRay ’s other corporate collectors include Central Carolina Bank, Duke University Medical Center, NC State University, SAS Institute, UNC – Chapel Hill, and Western Wake Hospital, as well as many private collectors nationally and internationally.
For more about Eric McRay, his work, & the work of United Arts, visit the links below:
Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for this capcom story & these capcom photos.