Retired architect Ed Moore has made a career carving sand sculptures for festivals like BugFest and Artsplosure
Taylor White’s kinetic, overscale work is changing the face of downtown Raleigh
On the evening of Saturday, June 5, Conduit for Change artist and leadership coach Mary-Michele Ndiffer of North Hills StyleFinder Boutique hosted at Art in the Garden dinner party at The Well Fed Community Garden.
North Carolina painter Elizabeth Bradford’s work showcasing the natural world is highlighted in an exhibit at the Cameron Art Museum this summer.
Blount Street gallery Lump offers thought-provoking contemporary art and interactive virtual and in-person exhibits.
Matrons & Mistresses founder and writer Lizzie Cheatham McNairy reflects on the serenity of a space filled with beauty.
North Carolina visual artist Maya Freelon balances strength and fragility in her massive water-stained tissue paper installations.
Liz Kelly celebrates independence and a love of process in her work with clay, from cheeky image-transfer mugs to plates in delciate pastels.
Jack Pittman has made a living as a cartoonist through a mix of talent and persistence.
Two creative Raleigh Moms collaborate to launch an easy, enriching summer solution for children.
WALTER enlists artist Lyudmila Tomova to interpret its July cover into empowering art.
The Apex mom behind the Diorama Mama Instagram channel turned the pandemic into an opportunity to explore a unique art form.
Maya Freelon is a visual artist best known for her colorful, organic sculptures made from dyed tissue paper. A speaker in our fall 2019 WINi event, she shared her process of embracing life as a full-time artist. We checked in…
A spacious, airy home boast a roof deck with a view of the city skyline.