Join us throughout the Spring as we showcase three local artists work. Enjoy delicious treats and refreshments as we spotlight a different artist each month from March through May.
Saturday, March 16th 11:00 - 04:00 PM
Saturday, April 13th 11:00 - 04:00 PM
Saturday, May 18th 11:00 - 04:00 PM
Exhibiting original artwork from NC artists in an array of subjects and styles. A Saturday reception will be held for each artist. Please mark your calendars and stay in touch with us on social media for additional information and updates.
MARCH 16th - DAVID OAKLEY
David is a Raleigh, NC native that has always had a passion for drawing and painting, and was a prolific artist from a very young age up through high school. He focused his art abilities in mechanical engineering with an emphasis on technical drawing. Time constraints from a full time career as a research engineer and senior manager limit his interest in photography, but he never lost his love for drawing and paintings. In 2007 he finally decided to start painting again.
David primarily paints North Carolina landscapes. His love of nature, landscapes and structures is reflected in his work, as he gravitates towards older classical structures that have weathered over time, while capturing the remarkable color effects and beauty of the rural settings.
APRIL 13th - LORI WHITE
Lori White is a contemporary realist painter of landscapes and still lifes and an active environmentalist. She works passionately to preserve our natural resources and documents natures beauty and fragility in her paintings. Lori is an Exhibiting Member of the Oil Painters of America and a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America.
MAY 18th - FLORA PINKHAM
Flora began working in oils at the age of twelve after an inspiring trip to Europe exposed her to the world's greatest works of art. After earning a BA in Fine Art in 2001 she continued to paint from life, capturing the outdoors, dramatic skies and rolling pastoral country sides of the Pennsylvania Dutch landscape. Now a NC resident, Flora has gained an appreciation for quiet woodland scenes, cluttered cityscapes, and grand sweeping views. She also travels throughout the East Coast to seek new sources of inspiration, in effort to find the subtleties of light and subject matter for her next great painting.