Physical Universes with SEED at the Davis Gallery in the Milton Rhodes Arts Center in Winston-Salem from Jan. 9 to Jan. 25.

Reception: Thursday, January 9th from 5pm-8pm.
(Exhibit dates: 1/9/14 – 1/30/14)

Eleanor & Egbert Davis Gallery
Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts
251 N. Spruce Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Phone: 336.725.8916
Hours of Operations: Monday – Saturday 9AM – 9PM


Here’s a sneak peek at work for SEED Collective’s next group show, entitled Physical Universes, at the Davis Gallery in the Milton Rhodes Arts Center in Winston-Salem from Jan. 9 to Jan. 25 Mark your calendars, the opening reception will be  Thursday, January 9th from 5pm-8pm.  (Exhibit dates: 1/9/14 – 1/25/14)

Amalgamated Transmutations Exhibit

KARMA SALON presents:
Cosmic Flip: New Work by SEED COLLECTIVE 

Featured artists: WOODIE ANDERSON, serigraphs; PETER SPIVAK, collage; ED YOUNG, abstract paintings; DAVE URENA, photo-collage; NICOLE UZZELL, fiber/papersculpture; MILLICENT GREASON, assemblage; IAN BREDICE, robot paintings; CINDY TAPLIN, oil painting; LAURIE RUSSELL, acrylic paintings.

Meet the artists at the opening reception Friday Nov.1st from 7-10 pm, during the Gallery Hop. Show will be on view thru Thurs. Nov. 28th.

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(SEED + Downtown Perk + Country Vintner = FESTIVE FUN EVENING!)

The SEED Collective, a group of eleven local artists, will be showing work at the new Washington Perk location in the hip & happenin’ downtown Winston-Salem.

Located on Fourth Street in the heart of downtown, the new ‘Downtown Perk’ is a much needed addition…AND since this is the City of the Arts, SEED has been invited to “ART-UP” the joint! To add even more fun, Country Vintner will be showcasing eleven wines…ELEVEN ARTISTS, ELEVEN WINES all on August 22nd!

So come on down & check out this new hot spot & enjoy some crazy-awesome art & fabulous wines…WOW-ZEE-WOWZER!

Washington Perk & Provision Co
301 W Fourth Street, Winston-Salem NC

Thursday August 22nd from 5pm-8pm

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SEED’s been hanging out at bEATS, sharing art with the lunchtime crowd, enjoying the music and drooling over all the yummy food-truck-fare. Stop by this Thursday, July 25th on your lunch break and get in on the action. We have lots of affordable, office-sized art at our booth just waiting for YOU including fun art magnets for just 5 bucks! Read more about the events here.



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Beats WSNC - Food, art, music and dancing

Food trucks! Music! Art! All on your lunch break! Sound good? SEEDsters will be hosting an art table with lots of cool small, affordable artworks for sale. Come down, grab some grub and get your groove on. See you at lunch, Thursdays in July. We’ll be there from 11:30 a.m-1:30 p.m. at the Milton Rhodes Center For The Arts at 251 North Spruce Street in Downtown. Admission is free.

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Great article in YES Weekly about our current exhibit at CAC, SPROUTED:

Winston-Salem art collective SEED hosted a reception on May 23 celebrating the opening of its new exhibit, on display on the first floor of the Community Arts Café. SEED Sprouts, which runs through June, serves as the introduction of the collective’s newest artists: Cindy Taplin, Ian Bredice and Ed Young.

“I thought they’d be great additions to the group,” said Millicent Greason, who co-founded SEED with ten other artists in 1998.

The group initially operated out of a former seed warehouse — hence its name. SEED no longer has its own space, though, so the collective constantly collaborates with other galleries and establishments to hold its shows.

The exhibit at the Community Arts Café is scattered throughout the building’s basement floor. Most of the pieces adorn the walls of the circular concourse, which leads into a large dining room and small bar area that collectively feature roughly another dozen pieces.

SEED Sprouts features a wide variety of styles and subjects, including Young’s uncompromising abstract paintings, Greason’s 3-D mixed-media pieces, Dave Urena’s panoramic photo collages and Laurie Russell’s acrylic dog portraits. The three new members each carry unique, recognizable styles, adding to the already diverse array of work of SEED’s other eight members.

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SEED CAC Reception

Thanks to all those who stopped by our reception for our current group exhibit SPROUTED!  It was a lovely night. If you haven’t seen the show yet, you can visit any time the The Community Arts Cafe is open, the show is up through the end of June.

SEED Sprouted! Reception

SEED Sprouted! Reception
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Hiding art - under the rainbow
SEED planted our first batch of art 5/20/2013 and the hunt is on! We already have three confirmed art findings, but there is PLENTY of art still to be found (and even more yet to be hid), so on your mark… get set… go!

We will be updating our facebook page with new hints and finds. You can read more about our ART HIDING project here and here. And below are hints for the first planting! And if YOU FOUND ART, tell us WHAT AND WHERE in the comments below on share a photo of your find on with us on Facebook! 

Happy hunting!

** update: While not all our planted art has been confirmed as found, we believe most of the art objects hidden this round have been discovered. Keep an eye out, though, there may be some still tucked away where you least expect it! BIG SEED THANKS to those who played along–sharing art with the world is a wonderful adventure. Stay tuned for future art plantings SOON.**
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Planting art: Cindy, Ed, Woodie

SEED is planting art in the community in conjunction with our group exhibit “Sprouted!” opening May 23rd at CAC. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hiding FREE hand-painted art objects created by SEED artists around downtown Winston-Salem. Join the hunt and if you find one, it’s yours to keep–no charge! Stay tuned, the hunt will start soon! We’ll be posting hints on hiding places and sharing your finds on

Here’s a look at the SEED art garden trowels, pre-artification:

in progress: SEED art trowels

And here are just a few photos of the art objects you could find during this “art planting” event:

SEED art objects

Art object by Woodie Anderson

Planting art: Cindy Taplin

Art object by Cindy Taplin

Planting art: Ed Young

Art objects by Ed Young