Karen Wiley-Eberle is a Raleigh based painter known for her impressionistic landscapes which feature the states expansive coastline and mountains, as well as her contemporary stylistic twist on still life. Karen paints in oils, both en plein air and in her studio.
A botanist by profession, She began her artistic career as a botanical illustrator contributing works to conservation publications.
Come in and enjoy her work through out the month of July and meet her Friday, July 31st 6-8 p.m. for the Cary Art Loop
- Amy Devereaux: Peru — An Unforgettable Journey
- Friday, July 31 – Monday, September 21
- Artist Reception: Friday, July 31 | 6-8 p.m.
- Media: Photography
- Paulette Wright and Mike Ligett: Through My Lens. No! Through MY Lens!
- Tuesday, July 28 – Friday, August 21
- Artists’ Reception: Friday, July 31 | 6-8 p.m.
- Media: Photography
The summer has been a wonderful time for our artists as they have been busy painting in new locations. Vacations have taken us to mountains, seashores, other continents, formal gardens, blue grass festivals, the Big Apple, and on and on. Come this month and see all the new art this travel has created.
Now to make the evening an even richer experience we are offering a free painting lesson from a selected group of our artists.
How can you win this lesson? Simply show up at the open house and complete a simple entry form (or bring it with you, we ask for your name and email only) and we will draw a winner at 8:45 pm. Then you select your preferred teacher from the list of participating artists and the two of you arrange a date for the lesson. Then get started painting!
Also, did you know that our artists can turn your dreams of a personal piece of art into a reality by means of a commission? So here is an idea, bring along a photo of a potential painting that you would like to commission for a Christmas present this year, then meet with one of our artists and discuss how to make the dream a reality.
We look forward to your company and good conversation.
Music by Heath Tuttle on the Jazz Guitar and the fun Rhythmicity drumming circle.
Take a vacation to Coffee & Crepes this month! Our local artists are featuring images from all around the world. Bert Sult is an architect and painter focusing mostly on impressionistic watercolor street scenes from interesting locales. Don Ducey photographs capture interesting details from his many travels. Did you know that crepes are a part of almost every culture? Relive your favorite travels with a classic ham & gruyere crepe and a free Larry’s Coffee during our artist reception Friday July 31 from 7-9PM. Beautiful piano music on the patio will be preformed by Charles Wolf, featuring well-known music of Bach, Beethoven, Sinatra and Disney. Fun for the whole family, come hum along to pieces that you know and love!
- Beth Palmer: Fiber Art — Exploration in Color
- Wednesday, July 1 – Monday, August 31
- Artist’s Reception: Friday, July 31 | 6-8 p.m.
- Media: Mixed Media