Jun 01 Thursday
Skip Sickler and Laurin Jennings share the Cottage this week. From his earliest memories, Skip was drawn to nature. While immersed in the mountains, forests, streams and oceans, he finds himself more centered, more alive. Skip presents his photography for your enjoyment and inspiration.
Ceramics is Lauren Jennings' tool of choice to unite utility and mental health. In an over-stimulated world, Laurin’s hope is that her pieces will act as daily reminders to slow down and breathe deep. After years doing pottery in the Arizona desert, she recently moved back to North Carolina with permanent installations at Doe Ridge Pottery in Boone and Hamilton Williams Gallery in Morganton.
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Jun 05 Monday
Edgewood Cottage opens its doors every summer to welcome local juried artists. Each artist shows, tells and sells his/her art to visitors from near and far. In the last years, visitors have come from three different countries and 30 states to enjoy outstanding local art. Come join them! Two artists share the Cottage this week.
Jack Hamrick works in oils. Art history, nature and fellow artists inspire Jack’s vividly expressive paintings, many motivated by the Appalachian mountains. Having painted all around the world, Jack finds western North Carolina’s High Country to be the perfect muse by which to paint and live.
For JoAnn Pippin, watercolorist, painting allows her to escape from everyday stress into a thoroughly focused, creative state of mind. JoAnn paints exclusively in watercolor because she loves interacting with the transparency and spontaneous color-mixing that watercolor allows.
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