Water Views 
Group Show
Jan. 6 – 30, 2021
To begin the new year, we’re featuring Water Views, a group show of paintings in oil, acrylic, mixed media, and pastel from Jan. 6 through Jan. 30, 2021. The exhibition will include works by Connie Winters, Carol Iglesias, Nancy Hughes Miller, Roger Tatum, Richard Staat,  Rachel Sunnell, Roseann Bellinger, Kathy Duckworth, George Krobatsch, Ruth Cox, M.T. McClanahan, Karen Casciani, R.L. Thomas, and Vicki Neilon.

“We love this particular collection,” said gallery owner Ginny Lassiter. “It’s a beautiful blend of ocean views, marsh scenes, creeks and rivers. I hope everyone can come by to enjoy it.”

Works By Ophelia Staton
July 1 – 31, 2021
Reception July 16, 5 – 7p.m.
Artist Talk & Demo July 17, 12 – 2 p.m.

We are excited to present the abstract works of North Carolina artist Ophelia Staton. She says, “I paint to express myself. Each mark, scribble or stroke of my brush is a conversation between me, my materials and the substrate. I show up and begin working with no preconceived notions or ideas of the end or result. I see the process of painting as a journey and am intrigued by the unknown of where each mark or brush stroke will take me. For this reason, I am in love with abstracts.”

Please join us for a reception on Friday July 16, from 5 – 7 p.m. You’ll love meeting Ophelia! Also, mark your calendars for Saturday, July 17, for her gallery talk. We can’t wait. Visit our Facebook page for daily updates and info.

Hello Doli! 
Works By Doli Biondillo
August 6 – September 6, 2021
Reception August 6, 5 – 7 p.m.
The gallery will feature Hello Doli: Works by Doli Biondillo from Friday, August 6 through Labor Day Monday, September 6, 2021. Primarily a self-taught artist, Doli Bio–as she calls herself–enjoyed a fulfilling career in medicine before she began painting in earnest. Now, working in oil,  she creates detailed coastal scenes in saturated colors and precise brushstrokes that bring ocean and marsh scenes to life.

A native of New Orleans, LA, Doli lived most of her life in the Midwest relocating eventually to take a position in South Carolina. Today, she is a full-time professional artist. She says, “I pour my heart and a little bit of my soul into my paintings. The beauty of nature is truly humbling. Beautifully dramatic skylines inspire me. They transport  me to another place in time. Light against dark, chiaroscuro, carries such an impact. Reflections in wet sand are ethereal. I love to study cloud formations and how the hues and values change moment to moment as the sun rises and sets. I’m truly moved by the beauty and purity of it all.”