• book

    SAVED: OBJECTS OF THE DEAD

    Saved: Objects of the Dead is a photographic and poetic exploration of the human experience of life, death, and memory. The book features over forty color photographs by NC-based artist Jody Servon paired with prose poems by CA-based poet Lorene Delany-Ullman.

  • collectors

    Hedy Fischer & Randy Shull

    The Fischer Shull Collection is one of the most dynamic private collections of contemporary visual art in North America. From its position in Asheville, NC and Merida, Mexico, the Collection is committed to a broad perspective on the creative energies of our time as expressed by traditionally under-represented artists. Its intention is to form an evolving and focused picture of art in the 21st century.

  • ARTIST

    JASON MITCHAM

    Through an interdisciplinary approach rooted in painting and stop-motion animation, Jason Mitcham’s work explores mapping, land use, layering of history and cycles of growth and decay. His work charts the complex web of social, political and environmental forces embedded in the landscape. Both his research and practice are heavily influenced by his history as a land surveyor.

  • project

    Love Over Rules

    What does it mean to let love break the rules we have in our lives? That is the question built into Artsuite’s inaugural project, LOVERULES — a new large-scale installation in Raleigh’s warehouse district created by conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas.

  • ARTIST

    WILLIAM PAUL THOMAS

    Thomas' portrait series, which gets its name from a medical term used to describe blueness of the skin caused by insufficiently oxygenated blood, began with a painting of the artist’s young nephew, Michael. Thomas painted half of Michael's face blue as a way of emphasizing his brown skin, to make his complexion part of the content and the conversation. The artist says that the underlying, more universal idea behind the half-blue portraits is the fact that we are all dealing with some kind of conflict, trauma or adversity that the people we engage with day-to-day might not know anything about.

  • ARTIST

    BA Thomas

    BA Thomas creates paintings exploring the relationship between space, time, and the human experience. While predominantly an oil painter, her artistic practice also envelops aspects of writing, drawing, and collage. She questions traditional social constructs of spaces, the behavioral choices inferred from movement or objects, the meaning behind possessions, and ultimately, what humans leave behind.

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Artsuite - Randy Shull - Turquoise Field - Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design.

Randy Shull

Painting | 2022

 

Randy Shull was born in Illinois in 1962. His early development was nurtured by his father, a master carpenter and furthered through rigid training as a furniture designer at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY, where Shull received a
BFA in 1986.

Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design. In 2010, he co-founded Pink Dog Creative, a redevelopment of a former warehouse into a mixed-use space with 20 artist studios, two restaurants and retail shops. In 2015 and 2016, he designed and fabricated the Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center in downtown Asheville, NC. He operates a warehouse-size studio in Asheville and part of the year works out of his mid-century home and studio in Merida, Mexico.

Size

48 x 38" 

 

Materials

Acrylic on woven hammock


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Randy Shull - Nugget - Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design.

Randy Shull

Painting | 2021

 

Randy Shull was born in Illinois in 1962. His early development was nurtured by his father, a master carpenter and furthered through rigid training as a furniture designer at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY, where Shull received a
BFA in 1986.

Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design. In 2010, he co-founded Pink Dog Creative, a redevelopment of a former warehouse into a mixed-use space with 20 artist studios, two restaurants and retail shops. In 2015 and 2016, he designed and fabricated the Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center in downtown Asheville, NC. He operates a warehouse-size studio in Asheville and part of the year works out of his mid-century home and studio in Merida, Mexico.

Size

20 1/2" x 18 1/2" 

 

Materials

Acrylic, corona beer bottle and hammock on wood panel


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Randy Shull - Bluestone - Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design.

Randy Shull

Painting | 2021

 

Randy Shull was born in Illinois in 1962. His early development was nurtured by his father, a master carpenter and furthered through rigid training as a furniture designer at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY, where Shull received a
BFA in 1986.

Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design. In 2010, he co-founded Pink Dog Creative, a redevelopment of a former warehouse into a mixed-use space with 20 artist studios, two restaurants and retail shops. In 2015 and 2016, he designed and fabricated the Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center in downtown Asheville, NC. He operates a warehouse-size studio in Asheville and part of the year works out of his mid-century home and studio in Merida, Mexico.

Size

47 x 33" 

 

Materials

Acrylic and hammock on wood panel


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

SEE THIS WORK
Artsuite - Randy Shull - Augmented Segment - Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design.

Randy Shull

Painting | 2022

 

Randy Shull was born in Illinois in 1962. His early development was nurtured by his father, a master carpenter and furthered through rigid training as a furniture designer at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY, where Shull received a
BFA in 1986.

Shull’s work has evolved naturally over time from furniture to painting and to the creation of large projects on an architectural scale that embody the intersection of art, architecture and design. In 2010, he co-founded Pink Dog Creative, a redevelopment of a former warehouse into a mixed-use space with 20 artist studios, two restaurants and retail shops. In 2015 and 2016, he designed and fabricated the Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center in downtown Asheville, NC. He operates a warehouse-size studio in Asheville and part of the year works out of his mid-century home and studio in Merida, Mexico.

Size

18 x 60" 

 

Materials

Acrylic and hammock on wood panel


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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