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Kathleen Broaderick

Kathleen Broaderick

Florida

"I try to stay loose with bold brushstrokes and fresh with clean color, I'm not so concerned with the details or exact colors of the subject as I am in creating a beautiful impression of it."

Kathleen is known for her ability to perfectly seize the essence of her subjects and the atmosphere of her surroundings. By boldly using color and light in her work, she brilliantly turns any subject into a personal, relatable piece anyone can appreciate.

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Tracey Lane

Tracey Lane

Atlanta, Georgia

"My paintings are about the experience of light and shadow, color and texture - the play between the seen and the unseen, and memory and imagination."

Tracey Lane's richly layered paintings are a celebration of the mystery of nature, and the promise and complexity of life that exists in nature. Her work reflects a personal history - childhood summers spent on Jekyll Island, GA where live oaks drip Spanish moss and marsh meets ocean; countless walks in her family's 14-acre forest where she developed her love of trees, birds and other wildlife.ng color and light in her work, she brilliantly turns any subject into a personal, relatable piece anyone can appreciate.

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Carylon Killebrew

Carylon Killebrew

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Carylon Killebrew is a Southern painter, writer and children's book illustrator whose paintings are "storyboards" evolving from large scale, minimalist imagery of canoes, horses, dresses, etc. to tell stories derived from memories. The storyboards unfold as an appreciation for a life well lived. She has studied in Tennessee, Vermont and Arizona and is widely represented throughout the Southeast.

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Wendy Whitson

Wendy Whitson

Asheville, North Carolina

A North Carolina native, Wendy worked in the fields of graphic design and photography for many years, before coming full circle to painting. She moved from Atlanta, GA to Asheville in 1999 and later rented a studio in the River Arts District.

Wendy's work is in many private and corporate collections including Charles Frazier, author of Cold Mountain, the Four Seasons, Jackson Hole, WY, the Ritz Carlton, Shenzehn, China and the Biltmore Estate, here in Asheville. Her original paintings are available through The Wells Gallery at the Sanctuary on Kiawah Island, SC, and her studio in the River Arts District.

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Rick Reinert

Rick Reinert

Charleston, South Carolina

Rick Reinert's formal art education took place in the early 1970's at Western Kentucky University. His arts education continued to evolve over the years, and he exhibited large, expressionistic works in one-man shows throughout Germany and Canada. Painting seven days a week, 9 hours a day, he slowly established the unique and passionate style that he is known for today.

Reinert continues to challenge himself as one of America's most prolific painters. This dedication and hard work has paid off, and his paintings have won accolades across the country.

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Julie Headland

Julie Headland

Westport, Connecticut

"Allow your home to reflect you through your books, art and music."

Julie Headland is a New England based fine artist. Her paintings range from her Narrative portraits, which push the limits of form and abstraction while maintaining a wonderful likeness of the sitter, to landscapes that explore the relationship between abstraction and realism, to beautifully delicate and understated works that recall vintage textiles.

When painting she works in her studio on the grounds of her antique farmhouse in Westport, Connecticut where she lives with her husband and four children.

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Meet Our Exclusive Artists

Our talented artists span the East coast, expressing thier unique sense of style and perspective to bring a touch of vibrance and serenity to any living space.

Susan Colwell

Susan Colwell

Charleston, South Carolina

"I am moved by the ever-changing light and atmosphere in the Lowcountry. The subtleties of light, reflections on the water, and the softness I see and feel in the landscape greatly influence me."

Susan's abstract-impressionists paintings are expressed with large impetuous brushstrokes and juicy color. Her sought-after work hangs in private and corporate collections throughout the country.

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Lisa Upchurch Moore

Lisa Upchurch Moore

Atlanta, Georgia

"My hope is that through my art, viewers will choose to pause and reflect on life's simple pleasures - holding a child's hand, feeling the warmth of an animal, or remembering a place or time that holds meaning."

Lisa Upchurch Moore was born and raised in Northwest Georgia. Surrounded by artists, educators and free thinkers, Lisa was taught to look at the world in a way that enabled her to appreciate the beauty and wonder that surrounds all of us.

Lisa's weighty use of color in depicting bucolic southern landscapes has earned her accolades from celebrated designers, collectors and her peers, including two juried best-in-show awards. Her work has been featured in multiple decorator show houses, annually in Saks Fifth Avenue, over 100 art shows, and is currently on display in fine art galleries throughout the Southeast.

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Lisa Upchurch Moore

Amy Sullivan

Charlotte, North Carolina

"You don't have to know anything about art, you just have to enjoy it!"

Approachable. That's how Amy Sullivan wants people to feel about both her and her paintings.

With a degree in interior design from the University of Tennessee, Amy understands how art can pull together a room's look. Amy's paintings draw the viewer in with their moody complexity. Textural and dimensional, luminous and intriguing, they capture snapshots of emotions that allow the imagination to soar.

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Andrea Costa

Andrea Costa

Atlanta, Georgia

Andrea Costa's rural roots and endless love affair with the land and water are the source from which she approaches each painting by exploring the underlying narrative metaphor, and emotion of the landscape. Her exhibitions have been met with great success, most recently in a group exhibition at the Bill Lowe Gallery.

Her landscapes, transcendent and transformative, offer the viewer a moment to pause, to breathe and reflect, lifting the viewers spirit while embracing the paintings beauty.

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Laura Lloyd Fontaine

Laura Lloyd Fontaine

Charleston, South Carolina

Laura Lloyd Fontaine is best known for her contemporary impressionist paintings of Lowcountry marshlands and landscapes. Working mostly with oil glazes on large gallery wrapped canvas, Laura creates atmosphere, intensity and depth by layering colors over textured surfaces.

Laura was named Kiawah Island's Featured Artist of the Year in 2015 and regularly demonstrates, participating in talks and workshops in galleries around the Southeast.

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Rick Reinert

Rick Reinert

Charleston, South Carolina

Rick Reinert's formal art education took place in the early 1970's at Western Kentucky University. His arts education continued to evolve over the years, and he exhibited large, expressionistic works in one-man shows throughout Germany and Canada. Painting seven days a week, 9 hours a day, he slowly established the unique and passionate style that he is known for today.

Reinert continues to challenge himself as one of America's most prolific painters. This dedication and hard work has paid off, and his paintings have won accolades across the country.

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Julie Headland

Julie Headland

Westport, Connecticut

"Allow your home to reflect you through your books, art and music."

Julie Headland is a New England based fine artist. Her paintings range from her Narrative portraits, which push the limits of form and abstraction while maintaining a wonderful likeness of the sitter, to landscapes that explore the relationship between abstraction and realism, to beautifully delicate and understated works that recall vintage textiles.

When painting she works in her studio on the grounds of her antique farmhouse in Westport, Connecticut where she lives with her husband and four children.

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