Two Great Events in One Location
About Cary Lazy Daze:
Visual Conversations: A Two Woman Art Show will be included in Cary Lazy and Angela Tommaso Hellman and I will be at the Page-Walker Arts and History Center for the duration of the show. We will have new work and limited edition prints. Throughout the event we will be collecting registration for a chance to win a limited edition print. We are also offering shipping and delivery to all NC residents at no additional charge. To learn more about Cary Lazy Daze visit here.
About the show:
Have you ever seen a piece of art and wondered about its inspiration or been surprised at how a painting affects your emotions?
Artists and friends, Aimee Cuthrell and Angela Tommaso Hellman wanted to answer those questions and more when they decided to explore putting on a two-woman show together.
This show will mostly consist of their still life oil paintings, with a sprinkling of figurative and landscape pieces as well.
Aimee has a long history as a pastel portrait artist which you can see influences her oil painting technique. There is a gentleness and sincerity that comes out in her work. It draws you in and wraps around you like a warm hug from an old friend.
Angela, though newer to the Cary art scene, has painted almost all of her life. Her bold brushstrokes express joy, freedom and renewed confidence in response to having walked through one of her greatest fears. Let her art stir up possibilities deep in your soul.
Besides art, these two women both love words and relationships, and it shows in their work. The objects they choose to paint are never random. There is a memory, a thought, a reason for why it has touched their hearts and compelled them to capture the moment forever.
When you stroll through their exhibit, you will find a few sentences below each painting providing insight to the influences or inspirations behind it. These words invite the viewer into the “visual conversation.” Come meet these two artists at the opening reception and you will quickly understand their shared love for words and painting.
For Angela, words or conversations are like gifts, or delicate bubbles floating in the air that land on the palm of her open hand.
Aimee’s love for words are more like the very air she breathes. Each word gives life and is full of her lovely southern charm.
You are invited and encouraged to attend “Visual Conversations: A Two Woman Art Show” at the beautiful historic Page-Walker Arts and History Center, 116 Ambassador Loop in Cary. Sponsored by Town of Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources. Show runs from June 28 to August 27. Call center for viewing hours. (919) 460-4963
Visit artists’ websites: www.aimeecuthrell.com and www.AngelaTH.com