Today is part 2 of our artists features. If you missed out on Andy Reed, you can read all about him by clicking here.
I am very excited to introduce to you the talented and lovely, Sheila Cotton.
Sheila is a contemporary Realist, sometimes linked to the School of magic Realism for the subtle, evocative mystery imbued within her images. Critics praise her talent for “creating works imaginative in theme and execution,” and remark on her “sensual intellectualism.” All her paintings are oil on canvas.
She has an international career, with museum exhibitions and corporate collections throughout the United States, Canada and Bermuda. A native of Arkansas, she has spent much of her career living outside the South; in 2008 , she returned to Little Rock to live and paint full-time.
Tobi Fairley Gallery is Cotton’s exclusive representative for the state of Arkansas.
Cotton’s new work, stemming from her Arkansas focus, has swiftly attracted collectors and critical praise. Already in the first half of 2010, four national and regional museum exhibitions have featured her paintings of southern subjects.
Sheila has some beautiful new works, including some smaller works. If you want to see more, then please join us for our art show, October 21st from 6-8pm at the Tobi Fairley Gallery, located at 5507 Ranch Drive, Suite 103!
Or contact us at email@example.com and we will be happy to email you photos and pricing.