City Art Gallery is a fine arts gallery located in Greenville, North Carolina. The gallery is in its eleventh year of operation in the Lynndale Shoppes. The gallery features the work of established regional and national artists and craftspeople. An extensive collection of paintings, ceramics, sculpture, glass and photography is showcased in a light-filled exhibition space.
Each month, the gallery features a special showing of one or more artists. Each current feature showcases an exhibition, beginning with an opening reception with artists in attendance.
Torrey Stroud, owner of City Art Gallery, has been in the gallery business for 25 years. Torrey founded City ArtWorks in New Bern in 1987, and ten years later moved the business to Greenville and changed the name to City Art Gallery. Torrey earned a B.A. degree at UNC-Chapel Hill and an M.Ed. degree at East Carolina University. She has served on the Council of Friends at Tryon Palace and is involved with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Pitt County through tutoring and art support.
Jordan Parah joined the gallery as an associate in February 2015. She is originally from Greensboro, NC and graduated from East Carolina University with a B.F.A. in Sculpture and minor in Art History. Jordan works at the Greenville Museum of Art and makes metal fabricated sculptures at her studio in Greenville, NC.
Necole Ambrose joined the gallery in September 2012. She brings with her a wealth of design experience and energy. Necole earned a B.S. in Interior Design from East Carolina University and has years of experience placing artwork in clients' homes and offices.
City Art Gallery offers a wide variety of artwork for private and corporate collectors. It also offers design, consultation and installation services.