Bellamy Mansion Museum announces exhibit by artists Michele and Addie Wuensch

From February 12 to March 21, the Bellamy Mansion Museum will host The Female Gaze exhibit of original works by artists Michele and Addie Wuensch. On February 28, there will a reception from 6:30pm to 8pm with light refreshments. The reception is open to the public. 

Michele Wuensch received a BA in Studio Art from UNCW in 2006.  She is a professional fine artist at The Handmade Life in Wilmington. She creates gallery and commission fine art pieces, photography, crafts, and teaches private art classes. She has recently added musical performance to the mix. Michele says her work is the narrative. She finds inspiration in nature, everyday experiences, dream images, her Christian faith and qigong. 

Addie Wuensch is an artist from New York residing in Wilmington, NC. She owns Bottega gallery and wine bar in the Brooklyn Arts district and is host of the WHQR/local NPR show “Bottega Live.” Her artwork is modern multimedia paintings with social and political commentary. Addie also sings, writes poetry and designs jewelry. 

The Bellamy Museum, located at 503 Market Street in Wilmington, is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to interpreting the social and architectural history of the Bellamy Mansion and promoting a greater understanding of historic preservation, architectural history and restoration methods in North Carolina.

For more information contact Carolyn Gonzalez at 910-251-3700 x306 or