Sharon Boyle-Woods: Rich and colorful, my art is based on what I love, often my travels and life overseas. Since returning to the United States, I’ve been increasingly inspired by nature also. I strive for a balance between vibrancy and serenity, in life and in my art.
Melinda Fine’s collages are intuitively formed puzzles. Images from anatomy, ornithology, geometry, dance and music form a multi-layered compositions. The results are surreal, animated constructions depicting conflicting desires, psychic forces, and the push and pull of intimacy and solitude. It is a metaphorical depiction of those objects and symbols one cathects as a part of one’s being.
Jennifer Siegel: I began working with clay in 2003, right out of high school. Feeling motivated and passionate is very important to me. Thankfully, clay has flooded my life with never ending opportunities to keep working while having fun. My goal along the way is to always be my own voice.
Ollie Wagner graduated with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the Corcoran College of Art and Design and a Masters of Fine Art from School of the Museum of Fine Art Boston. He has shown work in Raleigh North Carolina, Washington DC, Boston Massachusetts and Providence Rhode Island. His current body of work combines found photographs and painting techniques to create captivating large-scale multimedia works."
The Watercolor Society of North Carolina boasts nearly 500 members and strives to strengthen and promote watercolor arts throughout the state of North Carolina and beyond. You can expect beautiful hues and picturesque scenes throughout the galleries in this memorable show. Don’t miss it!
*This is the permanent collection of the WCSNC.*