Martin Artisans Guild February Exhibit
February Exhibit in the Palm Room
Managed by Martin Artisans Guild
Maria Grace Miele
Laura Kay Whiticar
Reception: February 3rd • 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 6 pm
Exhibit runs February 3rd thru 27th
Featuring Paintings and Jewelry by award winning artists; offering individual hors d’ oeuvre servings and Cash bar,
Music by Paul Hamaty.
Exhibit is open Wednesdays through Saturdays 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Masks are required and available. COVID-19 Safety Guidelines followed.
Our exhibit area is 3300 square feet for safe distance art viewing
Cheryl Cote´ is a prolific contemporary artist who lost her right eye to cancer when she was 6 months old. In 2010 Cheryl lost a portion of her vision in her right eye from retinal edema. She is currently under the care of a retinal oncologist. She has recently found a way to return to her passion, art! Each creation is an original and she hopes they encourage others struggling to overcome challenges.
Laura Kay Whiticar’s artistic journey began about ten years ago on a cruise ship. After a career in mathematics she began traveling and collecting beads, pearls, gemstones, coins, crystals, beach coral, shells and sea glass during her travels. She loves to incorporate these personal found treasures into her work which uses fine silver, sterling silver and 14K jewelers gold. She loves taking workshops and is continually expanding her repertoire.
Martha Quigley finds inspiration in the colors of the ocean and all things nautical. She also enjoys capturing the personality by detailing the eyes and expression of animals she paints. She loves working in oils with their unmatched luminosity as well as exploring color, light and shadow within the context of repetitive or iconic shapes.
Maria G. Miele’s work captures and interprets natural environments in an expression of color and minimal composition and a variety of subject matter. Inspiration is in the form of life, pop culture, people, bold composition and interpretive abstracts and whatever moves her in the moment to create a piece of art.
Carol Kepp’s passion is painting the blue green water of our ocean. I love the changing colors as the day goes on. Painting with oil has been my media for many years. It gives me rich colors for shadows and soft colors for sun light. Blue skies, blue green water with white fluffy clouds gives a sense of peace. The movement of the water rushing to shore can give a feeling of calm or give energy. The splash on the rocks with sun light thru it give a beautiful sparkle.