Visual Art Exhibits

Current Show:



Opening Reception: Friday, June 15, 6-8pm FREE 

Show runs through: Friday, July 20

Students from grades K through 12 will exhibit their entries as winners of the school-wide fine arts competition. Come see the school’s first, second, and third place winners in each of the 13 grades—39 entries in all! The Triangle Math and Science Academy opened in the fall of 2012 with grades K through 6 and has expanded in the past five years to educate youth through high school.


Upcoming Shows:

The Image Salon


Opening Reception: Friday, July 27, 6-8pm FREE 

Show runs through: Friday, August 31 

The Image Salon features local Triangle photographers and their works of varying themes. You’ll see landscape, portraiture, abstraction, and more. The group formed in 2016 with seven artists and continues to show on the regional scene.  

Cary Photographic Artists: Photographic Artists present their likewise fascinating views through the lens, to include unique perspectives that elevate the mundane to extraordinary. Take a peek at some of our local camera buffs’ most captivating focal points this summer


Multi-Artist Show

Free Opening Reception: Friday, September 7, 6 – 8pm

Show Runs: September 7 – October 12

Wilson Area Active Artists group has functioned for over 20 years to join artists in the Wilson area and to enliven the community with its art work and creative talent. Comprised of some 80 members, WAAA will bring its show-stopping samples west to Apex in a variety of painters’ media. Come see what your neighboring artists are doing! 

Binky and Bell Artists Rick Gardner and Mark Bell collaborate to create original cartoon dog art. Bell, a wood worker, and Gardner, an artist, met in 2013 in a networking group. They fuse their talents into artwork, t-shirts, bags and stickers. Sales support homeless pets. You can support their efforts by stopping by and seeing their exhibit! 

Suhas Tavkar creates fingernail etchings. They originate in an ancient Indian art form, largely lost to our modern-day culture. Not many know this unique practice—and much practice it does take. Tavkar began early in life, at the age of four. He is a master of intricacy and design. His pieces range from written word to floral and scrollwork design. This is a must-see for the art enthusiast, the student, and the casual observer of any age.

Whether the Weather Juried Exhibition & Susan Peters

Free Opening Reception: Friday, October 19, 6–8pm 
Show Runs: October 19 – November 16

Juried Show: Break out your brushes and other tools of the trade, and mix up your medium of choice to master a perfect storm on canvas. Bring it to the Halle for our autumn exhibition. Include a brief synopsis of your scene, explaining your inspiration and its relation to the theme. Drop off your work on Saturday, October 13, between 9am-12pm. $5 entry fee per artist. [Application Coming Soon]

Susan Peters: Originally from Woodstock, NY, creates images ranging from flowers to animals to abstracts and fl ow art. You can find some of her work in downtown Raleigh. Come to the Halle for a different chance to see even more of this established artist’s originals, which are also in private collections in North Carolina, Tennessee, New York, Massachusetts, Alabama, and California, as well as in the online literary magazine The Charles Carter.


Trees and Wreaths for the Holiday Season

Auction for Western Wake Crisis Ministry! 

Free Opening Reception: Friday, November 30, 5-8pm 

Show Runs: November 30 – December 20

The Halle Cultural Arts Center hosts its 11th annual tree and wreath exhibit and silent auction through the holiday season. Drift into the whimsical wonderland we dream up for the gallery this December. See what Apex area businesses, schools, performing groups and other organizations dream up for their themed greenery, and take a chance on the silent auction with your bid on a favorite display. 

Every tree and wreath go home to the highest bidder. 

For more information please call (919) 249-1120.

 [Application Coming Soon]