Susan C. Moore

Susan was born and raised in Charlotte.  When she was about 12, she spent a weekend with an older neighbor while her parents were out of town.  The woman was an artist, and not knowing how to entertain a 12 year old, she gave her a set of acrylic paints, some brushes, a metal lunch […]

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Marijke Moes

I retired 8 years ago and when a physical injury prevented me from playing tennis anymore I started painting. I have always been drawn to drawing and painting but started taking weekly lessons about 3 years ago. I absolutely love it. I became a member of the Rock Hill Artist Guild to stay up to

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Angela Lubinecky

When you look at my art you will find glimpses into where life has taken me. I was raised in a multicultural expatriate community in East Africa and was exposed to a variety of influences. Life and all its international flavors led to the basis of my visual expression of life. I was influenced by

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Murray Parker

Third generation artist Murray Parker uses a signature color­-layering technique to render densely textured paintings with a luminous sculptural effect. Using hands, tools, or palette knife to pour, drip, throw, add, and subtract paints of multiple media, Murray specializes in abstracted scenes from coastal, mountain, and cityscapes. Her work conveys a loose and gentle freedom,

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Holly Graham

My paintings are an abstract reflection of my every day experiences. Through spontaneous mark making and energetic compositions, I capture my visual representations of moments in time. Texture and color play an important role in expressing emotion through paint. I am most influenced by Abstract Expressionists, especially the Action Painters of the mid-20th century.

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