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Events with Anne & Arthur

March 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

We are thrilled to be hosting Artist Demonstrations during Hillsborough’s Last Friday Art Walk this 2024 season. On the last friday of the month between March and November, we will offer a look into the making process of art, as so much of the Art Walk showcases the final results. Artists will be demonstrating their craft, live, in the store. Bring your curiosity and questions!

We will be hosting one artist each month

There will be a wide range of art forms to observe
Such as Painting, Printmaking, Charcoal Drawing, Stippling, Watercolor, Collage/Mixed Media, Pastels, Illustration and more!

Alexandra Gaal

of The Gaallery, Stippling Artist

March 29, 2024
5-6:30pm

Alexandra Gaal is an artist who sees creation as a way to process emotions, finding solace in the act itself. While she draws a range of subjects, from people to wildlife, her true passion lies in depicting outer space. Using stippling, she delves into the dimensions of space, exploring perspective and scale through a dialogue of dots that can represent stars, planets, or entire galaxies.

Wendy Aldwyn

Charcoal Artist

April 26, 2024
5-6:30pm

Wendy Aldwyn is a versatile multi-media artist known for her expertise in charcoal drawing techniques and products. You can find her regularly at the Eno River Farmers’ Market, where she showcases her captivating artworks. Additionally, Wendy will be sharing her skills and passion with young artists through art classes tailored for 8-10 year olds this summer.

Jillian Lea

of Jillian Lea Makery, Printmaker

May 31, 2024
5-6:30pm

Jillian is a compulsively creative artist and arts educator newly living again in Graham after years in Durham, NC. She works in multiple media, primarily printmaking and fiber arts. She pulls inspiration from folk art, heirlooms, ancestry, magic, nature and whimsy. Jillian is the lower school art instructor at Camelot Academy and a regular instructor at the Durham Arts Council. She believes that creativity is a sacred birthright and helping folks discover and nurture their own creativity brings her great joy.