"Tree Perceptions" by
Lea Lackey-Zachmann "Portraits" by
January 29 – February 25, 2017
Gallery Hop: Friday, February 3, 7 – 10 p.m.
Artists' Reception: Sunday, February 12, 2 – 4 p.m.
Lea Lackey-Zachmann's "Tree Perceptions" is a collection of paintings, sculpture and prints which grows from an expanding appreciation of trees and their unique contributions to our lives. Studying the trees in her yard both visually and energetically has changed her perspective and that change is reflected in this exhibit.
Lackey-Zachmann is a working artist who is a founding member of Artworks Gallery and has taught art at Francis Marion College, Salem College and High Point University as part of a long teaching career.
Jessica Tefft is showing a collection of “Portraits” from her 25 years as a photographer. The portraits are candid observations of everyday life. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Los Angeles Times, and the Rocky Mountain News. She has covered the White House, presidential elections, breaking news, and traveled to places such as Cuba and the Alaskan wilderness. She has won numerous awards for her work.
Tefft earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Wake Forest University, where she studied painting.
Lea Lackey-Zachmann, “Maple Sweet”
Jessica Tefft, “Elvis”