This exhibition, Skipping Stones and Wishing Wells is the first time sisters, Jenny Eggleston and Margo Bozarth, have exhibited together. Both artists consider themselves figurative artists exploring abstraction.
Margo’s circular shapes and colorful concentric movements in paint began to emerge in response to the pandemic. Jenny’s ovoid motifs are inspired by the stacked rocks she encountered during solo morning hikes in the mountains.
Jenny owns Egg in Nest Art studio, a teaching studio that caters to children and the young at heart. This exhibition is a joyful collection of children’s art and this reunion of sisters in North Carolina.
Show Runs: March 12 - May 14, 2021
Free Reception: Friday, March 12, 6pm-8pm
Francine Zoppi’s artistic talent is diversified as mother nature’s palette. The love of line and natures infinite range of colors are creatively expressed in her detailed Oil and Watercolor paintings. Artist Georgia O’Keefe inspires her Botanical paintings, that capture and shared with the viewer all the beauty and wonderful complexity of nature. Francine was the head of the Fine Arts Department at University School in Florida for over 21 years.
She has worked as a dedicated art teacher for 36 years, working with children in both private and public school, summer enrichment programs, and helping students with their portfolios to enter Art Schools. She is a graduate of Queens College, New York, with additional studies at Nova Southeastern University where she received a Master of Arts. Today she works from her home studio as an active working artist in Cary NC with previous shows in Downtown Cary, Cary Senior Center, and The Halle Cultural Arts Center.