For two commissions at:
Lucille Packard Children's Hospital in Palo Alto, California
FAVORITE AND RELATED LINKS:
Before you take a trip to any of these sites, please remember to make a bookmark link back to this site!
Artfolios; Representing Trena and other "pioneer" artist in the Triad area of North Carolina.
Carlton Gallery; Representative of Trena's original paintings; 10360 Hwy 105 South; Grandfather Mt. Community; Banner Elk, NC 28604; 828-963-4288; e-mail
Sawtooth Center for Visual Art The Sawtooth Center for Visual Art nurtures the development of critical thinking, aesthetic appreciation, creativity and personal growth providing education for people of all ages (also showing Trena's original paintings).
North Carolina Native Plant Society - Join Now! This site has photos and links tohelp identify Native Plants.
Red Oak Brewery and Lager Haus Biergarten, Fresh Brewed without any of the 400 additives & preservatives allowed in US beers, collector of Trena's paintings.
Glenn Gilmore, With 26 years of design and forging experience, creating site-specific architectural metalwork for interior and exterior locations and is now making Hydraulic Presses.
Koji Hara, Japanese friend and fabulous knife maker
Piedmont Craftsmen A nonprofit organization that exists to provide a forum for the wide appreciation of fine traditional and contemporary crafts.
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Presents and interprets contemporary art of the United States with programs and exhibits encompassing the issues engaging artists today.
Reynolda House and Museum of American Art Explore masterpieces of American art in the restored 1917 mansion of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds.
Winston-Salem Forsyth County Arts Council the chief advocate of the arts and cultural sector in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County
Blue Ridge Music Center Great mountain music experiences on the Blue Ridge Parkway - History, free live performances, amphitheater.
Associated Artists in Winston-Salem gives members an opportunity to exhibit their work.
Old Salem An original and renovated Moravian town in Winston-Salem, originally founded in 1776.
NC Arts Council A wonderful resource to the arts, collectors, public arts, arts organizations and artist of North Carolina.
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