animal art

Featured Artist: Kim Ferreira

Raised in a log cabin in the woods, Kim Ferreira now lives in Portsmouth, NH, a lovely little city by the sea. Her winding path as an artist began with a B.F.A. from the University of New Hampshire. Soon after, she opened an art gallery which she owned and operated for ten years. A new… Read more »

Flow

Lark & Key Gallery - FLOW - Elizabeth Foster paintings and Elise Delfield (Pincu Pottery)

Opens Friday, April 6th from 5-8pm. Elizabeth Foster Solo Exhibition “I have always loved painting narrative images infused with a child like, “storybook” aesthetic which tie me to past and present. This show of my most recent work is a morphing of the flow of creativity and change; holding onto the visual structure and the… Read more »

Wild Life

‘Wild Life’ opens June 3rd from 6-8pm during the South End Gallery Crawl. The exhibit features a cast of creatures, big and small, from Elizabeth Foster, Duy Huynh, Vicki Sawyer, Mary Alayne Thomas and guest Susan Hall. Featured potter Ronan Peterson. ‘Wild Life’ is on view through July 30th. Read more about the exhibit here…. Read more »

Wild Life

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique announces ‘Wild Life’, opening Friday June 3rd,  from 6-8pm during the South End Gallery Crawl.  The exhibit will be on view through July 30th, 2016. ‘Wild Life’ features a cast of creatures, big and small, from Elizabeth Foster, Duy Huynh, Vicki Sawyer, Mary Alayne Thomas and guest Susan Hall. The… Read more »

Artist Spotlight: Vicki Sawyer

  Based in Franklin, Tenn., Vicki Sawyer’s fun loving personality and enthusiasm for life are evident in her whimsical paintings. As a child she learned to identify plants on nature walks with her grandfather and soaked up her father’s love for birds. On a walk several years ago it occurred to Sawyer that if birds… Read more »

Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Foster

  Nashville-based Elizabeth Foster is drawn to the familiarity of the pattern within, the feeling of nostalgia, and the underlying current of emotional release. These elements are part of her creative process, allowing her to tell her stories on canvas with a bit of whimsy. Elizabeth studied Studio Art and Art History at the University… Read more »