We are excited to be displaying art from local women artists on our walls! All work on display in our lobby area is for sale, with 100% of all sales going directly to the artist. Support local art, and make it a point to check it out next time you’re visiting!
Our Current Artists:
Beth Palmer is an artist and teacher, and holds a Masters Degree in Art Education from the Rochester Institute of Technology. As a painter, color and texture are essential components of her work. As a young child, Beth began doing needlework, and later incorporated techniques into her painted pieces. She incorporates various found and recycled objects into her work. More recently, she has incorporated the use of dyes and dyeing techniques in her artwork.
Beth’s online portfolio can be viewed at www.bpalmerart.net Please ask us if you wish to contact her directly.
Willa Stein has been viewing the world through the lens of a camera for over 36 years. In 1980, she was granted a scholarship to study at The Pennsylvania’s Governor’s School for the Arts at Bucknell University. Willa also has a degree in photography from the Art Institute of Colorado. Willa’s digital imagery is full of all kinds of twist and turns, her work has been described as whimsical and imaginary with a documentary style. She is known for her fine-art editorial work, shooting anything from baby portraits to musical acts and auto racing.
More of Willa’s work can be viewed at www.WillaStein.com. You can also find her on facebook, where she also has a page for Willa’s Beads, showcasing her incredible beadwork.
Leah McCarthy is both an educator and an artist, with a strong passion for introducing the public to the interactive world of art. Leah volunteered in the Florida public school system’s Meet the Masters Art Education Program, which she credits with awakening her inner artist.
Leah is an abstract artist. She stumbled upon fluid art last summer and enjoys exploring all of the endless fluid painting techniques. Leah also enjoys taking old items and giving them new life.
She recently moved to North Carolina, and has her work hung in several locations throughout the triangle. You may view more of her work on her facebook page, Leah McCarthy – Artist – The Crafty Floridian.