Local Artists Opening Show
Featuring Stacey Lawrence, Jen Singh and Mallory Rose
Friday, September 23rd, 5-9 pm
Join us at GARAGE DOOR STUDIO, a retail shop featuring 80+ artists complimented by an art center in Avondale Estates, for 2 Painters & A Potter. The opening show of three local artists will feature original cold wax paintings by Stacey Lawrence, new mixed media works by Jen Singh complimented by Mallory Rose’s heirloom quality illustrated clay works (Pudgy Dove Pottery).
We’ll have wine, refreshments and local bites to enjoy while you get the first viewing of new works by these three local artists. Participate in a raffle to win one of Stacey Lawrence’s original paintings, a 24×30″ work on canvas!
This is a FREE EVENT.
About our 2 Painters & A Potter
About Stacey Lawrence
As a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Stacey Lawrence was formally introduced to the arts while studying interior design and art history. Before devoting her time to family and raising her three children, the Charleston, South Carolina native worked professionally for 8 years in Colorado as a home and photo stylist. Photography was her artistic recreational tool, until recently when she turned her attention to painting. Stacey’s abstracts define space by creating harmony between color, line and form.
About Jen Singh
After graduating with a BFA in Illustration in 1991 from Kendall School of Art & Design in Grand Rapids, MI, Jen Singh relocated to Atlanta, GA where she began work as an art director and freelance illustrator for the editorial and publishing markets.
After almost two decades of design and freelance work, Jen began experimenting with mixed media and created a series of paintings featuring playful and ethereal subjects in nature. She had her first solo show in 2001, and has taken on many private commissions since then.
About Mallory Rose
Making intricate inlaid and painted imagery on her work is a time consuming process, but one that Mallory Rose truly loves. Her historically inspired handmade heirlooms are meant to be enjoyed and handed down by generations. She appreciates the expressions on customers faces when they pick up her work to look closer, to run their fingers over the carving or marvel at the tiny details.
Mallory’s custom work ranges from intricately carved maps of a honeymoon to a truly personalized wedding or anniversary jar. Her custom Celebration Jars have led to the colorful and detailed painted mugs and vases she currently creates.