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Anne Darby Parker

Charleston native and celebrated painter, Anne Darby Parker, has spent her lifetime “creating.” Her talent and curiosity were sparked as a child, knitting at the knee of her mother, and an early career in photography evolved into further artistic study, revealing a passion for painting. Along her journey, Anne has consistently continued to build her skills in the visual arts. She is currently pursuing her MFA at Academy of Art University. Anne practices painting daily in her Sullivan’s Island studio, en plein air and in weekly figurative sessions. Her influences include a variety of artists and genres, and the intent of her work is to discover extraordinary elements within the everyday.

Anne Emack Couch

Anne Emack Couch’s art career has had a long and interesting progression. Classically trained and a Hollins College studio art graduate, she created portraits in the 1970s and ‘80s that are now displayed throughout the South. In 1984, she co-founded a Birmingham decorative art business, Handpaints, successfully spanning decades.

After studying at Penland School of Craft in North Carolina, the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design and the Washington Studio School in D.C., she returned to the human form as subject. Her interest in composition, layering of texture, and mixed media is evident in these subtle figurative abstracts.

Art

Art Under $1000

Arthur Price

Arthur Price is an artist and gardener who has painted since he could remember. An Alabama native, Price is a student of myth, legend and history of many cultures, both past and present. Inspired by the natural world and its mysteries, his own farm nestled in the woods serves as his greatest influence. Reminding the viewer of the harmony, peaceful balance and rejuvenation offered by nature, Price's work often manifests itself of large un-stretched canvases, stained with veils of paint that combine before the eyes into ethereal beings, emerging from and merging within their world. After studying in the Atlanta College of Art, Arthur and his wife Caren moved to the family farm near the Cahaba River, where they grow foods and flowers and take care of many lovely dogs, cats, and horses.

Beds & Daybeds

Benches & Ottomans

Bethany Czarnecki

Bethany Czarnecki is an abstract artist whose paintings are bold reflections of her meditation practice and serve as a way to visually channel her energy. The interaction of color and the nuance of movement in her work draws an emotional response.  

Bethany’s career as an artist began after she left her job of nearly 10 years in finance. She openly considers herself “type-A" with an extreme attention to detail, but the composition of her work is completely instinctual and sophisticatedly spirited. Her work explores the juxtaposition of subtlety and strength with a strong sense of color harmony.

As an artist and philanthropist, Bethany is heavily involved in the children’s charity, Al’s Angels, where she is an active benefactor, donating proceeds from the sales of her artwork to the cause. Bethany now resides in Connecticut with her husband and three children.

Bookcases

Coffee table books

Books

Britt McGraw

Britt McGraw is a self-taught, abstract artist. She has always had an infinity for the creative world and aesthetics: art, design, interiors, and fashion.  After spending 10 years in New York City, working in designer fashion, she decided it was time to focus solely on her painting career. 
Britt works out of her home studio in Atlanta, where she explores color and technique through the juxtaposition of fluidity and form. Through this exploration, she aspires to create one-of-a-kind pieces that speak to the soul, awakening one's emotions through color and stroke.

Cabinets

Cire Trudon

Candles & Scents

Carlos Gamez de Francisco

As a post-revolutionary Cuban born artist, Carlos Gamez de Francisco paints a bright distorted reality in which he demystifies classical beauty. His paintings are both figurative and imaginative, opulent and dreamy, and they make reference to fashion illustration, the decorative arts, & antiquity. Carlos uses a Baroque aesthetic with a sense of contemporary fashion to create portraits that blend historical references with a modern painterly approach.

Carlos’ style is heavily influenced by his Cuban upbringing in a Russian governed academia setting. This exposed Carlos to the world of figurative arts while censoring contemporary art. His near-obsession with history and storytelling translates into his work, which provides an escape from reality while creating an illusory world.

Caroline Gray

Caroline Gray studied at Vanderbilt University and received her MFA in Painting from the New York Academy of Art. She describes her work as "teetering between the abstract and the representational" and constructs her paintings through color, working primarily with a palette knife. She currently lives and works in her hometown of Birmingham, Alabama.

Caroline Stroud

Caroline was born and raised in Macon, Georgia and earned a business and studio art degree from the University of Georgia. Upon graduation, she moved to Atlanta to pursue a corporate job while painting nights and weekends. In May of 2019, she launched her business full time and paints at her studio in Decatur during the week and travels around the Southeast painting live wedding paintings almost every weekend.


Caroline Youngblood

Caroline Youngblood grew up surrounded by cotton fields on Breston Plantation, located in Riverton, Louisiana. She attended Louisiana State University where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting, graduating Magna cum Laude. Caroline pursued graduate work at Syracuse University, New York, and received her Master of Fine Arts degree from Louisiana Tech University with a concentration in Drawing and Painting.

 

Catie Radney

Catie Radney is a self taught progressive abstract painter from rural Alabama. Her creative process replicates the constant struggle for balance in all of life. The implied figures that emerge in her paintings mirror the human experience of wearing an acceptable persona to navigate his or her daily life.