5 Points Gallery is North Carolina’s premier fine arts gallery located in the heart of downtown Durham. Our contemporary artists live and work locally, creating original paintings, drawings, ceramics, fused glass, sculpture, photography, textiles, and mixed-media.



We are honored to have been chosen to be the Best in Durham for 2020!


5 Points Gallery anniversary exhibition – REFLECTIONS.
Join us for a private showing of these varied and wonderful creations from a diverse and interesting group of artists. We are also open on Fridays and Saturdays 5-8pm starting August 7, 2020. If you can’t venture out check out our online exhibition.
Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Both playful and serious, Darius' works have a distinct style characterized by sinuous lines and dramatic contrast.

Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Jenny's work focuses on the ephemeral beauty of our world and our need to do our best to respect and preserve it.

Lotus Pond by Yuko Nogami Taylor
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Inspirations come from Yuko's Japanese culture, her family's African-American heritage and from her world travels.

Happiness by Susan Woodson
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Susan's depictions of the natural world are characterized by intense colors and dynamic textures that draw in the viewer.

Life Lines by Teddy Devereux
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The inspiration for Teddy's artwork stems from a lifelong fascination with biology and the patterns found in nature.

Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Jim's works combine realistic portraiture and graphically patterned backgrounds to help give context to their stories.

Cactus Rose by Julia Harmon
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King Godwin's paintings are beautifully rendered with fabulous color

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Cactus Rose by Julia Harmon
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Anne's abstract paintings are series based on ideas that she is investigating.

Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Elements of asymmetry, randomness, simplicity, whimsical deconstruction and wabi-sabi inspire Dawn's woven pieces.

Move Over Andy by Natacha Sochat
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Natacha's artworks are intended to have a multilayered meaning, simultaneously abstract and recognizable.

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Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Both playful and serious, Darius' works have a distinct style characterized by sinuous lines and dramatic contrast.

Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
Image is not available

Jenny's work focuses on the ephemeral beauty of our world and our need to do our best to respect and preserve it.

Lotus Pond by Yuko Nogami Taylor
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Inspirations come from Yuko's Japanese culture, her family's African-American heritage and from her world travels.

Happiness by Susan Woodson
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Susan's depictions of the natural world are characterized by intense colors and dynamic textures that draw in the viewer.

Life Lines by Teddy Devereux
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The inspiration for Teddy's artwork stems from a lifelong fascination with biology and the patterns found in nature.

Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Jim's works combine realistic portraiture and graphically patterned backgrounds to help give context to their stories.

Cactus Rose by Julia Harmon
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King Godwin's paintings are beautifully rendered with fabulous color

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Cactus Rose by Julia Harmon
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Anne's abstract paintings are series based on ideas that she is investigating.

Frida Kahlo Mexico by Darius Quarles
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Elements of asymmetry, randomness, simplicity, whimsical deconstruction and wabi-sabi inspire Dawn's woven pieces.

Move Over Andy by Natacha Sochat
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Natacha's artworks are intended to have a multilayered meaning, simultaneously abstract and recognizable.

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PLEASE NOTE: Our physical gallery has been temporarily closed during the stay-at-home order. You may view and purchase works via our online store.  Starting July 5, 2020 you may schedule an appointment for a private showing while practicing social distancing and wearing a face mask. Please send an email to info@5pointsgallery.com to schedule a private appointment.
Thanks for your support.
Besides private viewings, local delivery, or curbside pickup are available by appointment as well.  In addition, you may contact us to purchase a gift certificate for a special friend or loved one. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram or send us an email at info@5PointsGallery.com with any inquiries. We look forward to hearing from you!