Expressions is a watercolor painting of a red fox by Rebecca Latham
Have You Seen these Adorable Fun Loving Foxes Yet?

June 12, 2024

The famous writer and playwright Oscar Wilde once said, “If you want to play the lion’s share in life, you must wear fox skin.” A “fox skin” implies a person who lives a spicy life with aptitude, wit, fun, and of course good looks. 

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33rd International Miniature Art Show Winners!
33rd International Miniature Art Show Winners!

May 25, 2024

Judging an art show is never easy - especially one with well over 400 miniature artworks from all over the world, representing a wide diversity of subjects and media. Armed with a magnifying glass and an open mind, I studied each piece as objectively as possible,

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Remembrance is a watercolor painting by Janet Laird-Lagassee
How Does This Make You Feel? Small Miniature Art with Powerful Impact

May 21, 2024

Sometimes it’s life’s tiny moments that grab our attention the most. The discovery of a baby bird alone in the bush. A breathtaking sunrise piercing through the clouds. A thunderstorm rolling in from the distance… Such powerful moments are just a few of many more worth the experience in life

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Testimonials

Our experience began back in the 1960's or early 1970's when we first purchased a seascape by M Charles, followed by some smaller paintings by Mary Jane Hopkins. Later on some by Vernon Rollins then one by Barclays Sheaks for my wife's birthday , can't remember the exact date. We always stop in when visiting the area, wonderful place.

Richard & Carole Hockman

Ms. Smith, it was a pleasure to drop by one of my favorite destinations on the Outer Banks. It is a thrill to see your business thriving still and that you took it over from your parents. I have been enjoying the gallery since the early 1970\'s. I purchased a beautiful and dramatic Dan Dunn painting from you last week. It will soon be on my wall. I am so pleased with it and with your services. You are a pro and it shows. Thanks so much!

Keith Florence

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