Oh, the beauty that has been bestowed upon our walls for the next three months!
Gayatri Rambilli is a henna artist based in Cary, NC. Originally from Visakhapatnam, India, she is a traditional Mehendi henna artist. Her love for this work on the human body has spilled over onto canvas, and she uses both henna and paint in her work. You can learn more about her on her facebook page.
Ginger Yancey (soon to be Ginger Willow) found a love for painting in acrylic a couple of years ago. Having taken two art classes in the years past she is mainly self-taught. Ginger’s intuitive painting process comes from meditations. Her M&M series, Macro Micro, is deeply personal and speaks to Humanity and her own shadow work. . She has an odd love of octopuses and suspects this may be her next series.
Ginger is the owner of Nourished Inside Out in Chapel Hill, She is an alchemist in organic skincare and wellness consulting, and offers sacred space in the community for deep relaxation and healing.
The final artist in our gallery this round is a very special addition to our walls. As a space that focuses on empowering women, our founder is consciously choosing to display only the artwork of women. However, this round has a slight exception, with the inclusion of Sugarwater Studio.
The work of Allison Coleman and Sedgwic St. Patrick (deceased) was a collaboration between two brilliant minds. (Allison’s paintings were featured in our last round of art). The duo worked on photos together from 2006 until Patrick’s passing in 2018. Their style was influenced by “Southern Gothic literature, Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood painters, and dusty old antique shops.”