Five new beautiful works have arrived from Charlotte, North Carolina artist, Amy Sullivan. Describing her process as an intuitive exploration of simplicity, this series captures a sense of mysteriousness and intrigue. Come see them at 153 King Street!
Shellie Lewis brought us this beautiful new piece last week and we could not be more excited! Stop by 153 King Street to see ‘Mermaid Play’!
Southern artist, Sarah Robertson, dropped off beautiful new works this weekend! Her cityscapes of Paris and New York City are delicate and detailed. Sarah’s artistic intentions can be summed up by Aristotle, “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things but their inward significance”.
Stop by 153 King Street to see all of her new work!
Christopher Dotson delivered a new 16″ x 20″ painting over the weekend, titled “Crusade”. Dotson is known for his beautiful paintings of schools of fish, but he wants to explore a new territory in order to be able to represent all of nature.
Stop by 153 King Street to see it on display or view his complete inventory on our website.
We are excited to show you the new work Wan Marsh dropped off this week! Her inspirations are drawn from organic forms, cycles, season, life and death.
“My art is mindful of the moment, deep and appreciative of life and time passing. The intention is to fascinate and capture the viewer, speaking quietly to the Spirit that resides and unifies us all.”
Stop by to check out all of Wan Marsh’s work at 153 King Street!
Michael Griffin stopped by yesterday with a beautiful new piece! Growing up Michael was surrounded and immersed in nature, this love turned fascination has inspired his developed and balanced works.
Come see us at 153 King Street to see his new piece and his other works!