Mary Anne Keel Jenkins

Mary Anne Keel Jenkins (1929-2017) is considered to be one of North Carolina’s most significant female painters. In addition to private collections, her work can be found in the permanent collections of many museums. Gallery C in Raleigh represents her estate.

Cindy Morefield

I don’t know most or even many of the artists I post about personally. I’m fortunate Cindy is an exception. Many of you who are #ncartists probably saw some of her rubbings at Greenhill recently- it’s the body of work she’s focused on since I’ve known her and they are subtle, intentional Modernism at it’s best. We’ve also done an IG live artist chat if any of you think you can listen to me talk for an hour…



Georges Le Chevallier

First saw Georges’ work in Front Burner with Ashlynn and Brett and Lien. He recently also curated Abstracto/Latino: Latin American with an Abstract Fusion.

Also- the way he often lets his stretcher bars show or uses them as compositional elements reminds me of Dona.