The Color Red
Show runs February 1-February 24
February is a month of celebrations: Valentine’s, Heart Health, Black History, Chinese New Year, and Superbowl.
How red can you go for February?
Guardians of the Forest
Show runs November 3-November 25
After months of trekking through the woods, I have come to appreciate the secret lives of trees; how they communicate and protect each other.
Humans are programmed to recognize faces from birth. As time takes a toll on trees; their wounds heal creating interesting holes and growths that appear anthropomorphic. In the woods, I see faces all around me.
Telling a story through images is important to me. My goal is to not only share what I have seen, but to share the wonder and secret life of these guardians of the forest.
Show runs October 6-October 28
Jill presents her handpainted silk art in this unique exhibit, showcasing her use of the serti technique to create original art both to display and to wear. Enjoy the vibrant paintings, learn about the art of silk-painting, and discover a beautiful piece for your home, your outfit, or your gift list!
Two by Two
Show runs September 1-September 30
Amy Beshgetoorian’s September exhibit, Two by Two explores all her favorite subjects in pairs. Expect to see portraits, animals, landscapes, and old vehicles rendered twice each using different color palettes, perspectives, and approaches. In viewing Amy’s loose and lively watercolors, you’ll be seeing double!
Exploring Water’s Edge
Show runs August 4-26
Lori White loves to spend time outdoors collecting material for her paintings.
Cattails, marsh grass, waterfowl, and jumbles of rock depict infinite exploration opportunities.
Most of this collection are from parks in and around Wake County.
Show runs July 7-July 30
Juried show celebrating all things French.
Parisian landmarks, Provençal landscapes, and of course, food and wine.
Tipping Paint artists will also be sharing some of their favorite French memories.
Livin’ is Easy
Show runs June 2-July 1
Group show exploring the best of summer.
Artists share their favorite ways to stay cool and enjoy life during the heat of a North Carolina summer.
From the countryside to the beach or in your own backyard, there are plenty of ways to chill and enjoy all that summer has to offer.
Taste of Home
Show runs May 4-May 27
Taste of Home adds to an old saying by asking, “tell me where you eat and I’ll tell you who you are.” The show debuts this FirstFriday, May 5, 6 – 9 PM at TPG.
The series explores iconic Raleigh eateries and symbols of the artist’s Hoosier background. Beckoning neon signs, enticing labels, and universal Coke advertising are all part of our American culture and featured in the collection.
15% of sales of this collection will be donated to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina.
Show runs April 6-April 29
Linda Eddins is the featured artist at Tipping Paint Gallery for the month of April. She is very excited to have the opportunity to show off some of her favorite pieces and she does have her favorites, some old, some new. Some were done quite a while ago, while others are relatively newcomers to the group. The ones she likes best are those that, either turned out to be exactly what she saw in her mind’s eye or those that were a fabulous and successful surprise.
Show runs March 2-April 1
The artists of Tipping Paint are long time residents of this wonderfully diversified local. This month they will be sharing work inspired from their favorite places and experiences in and around the triangle. There will be paintings of iconic landmarks and less well-known sites along with nature and wildlife from around the area we call home.
Juried Show: Pick 2
Show runs February 2-February 25
Tipping Paint Gallery is pleased to announce Pick 2. We’re not talking the lottery or restaurant menus here!
This is bigger than monochrome, smaller than the entire color wheel. Artists were asked to pick any two colors for their artwork: complementary, analogous, or random. Those two colors in combination are their color scheme. It should be a very interesting show!
Show runs December 1-January 26
Consider giving art this year.
Art is a gift that lasts. It will be around a long time. Art will have a lasting impact as it continues to speak to the viewer and to nourish their soul.
Art is permanent. It will be enjoyed for a long time; that’s not true of most gifts.
Art reaches beyond, it becomes loved not only because of its beauty and its origin but because it was cherished by someone we love.
Susan Jones: Fire Dance
Show runs November 3-November 26
Susan Jones presents her work to date on the culture and history of flamenco. There is work yet to be done but the end is in sight.
The Fire Dance project has been a long one. It began in 2006 when someone suggested that she write a story about flamenco for children. The project sounded intriguing and came at the time a family friend was going to be in Spain studying flamenco.
Jill Hunt: Youthful Musings
Show runs October 7-November 2
Jill Hunt has created a vibrant display resonating the wonder and innocence of childhood. Through one of her favorite themes, she prompts the viewer to find connections in her images, as though seeing through the eyes of a child. Featuring an array of oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings, the exhibit showcases Jill’s diverse range of technique and media, as well as her love for emotive color and symbolic imagery.
Jim Hallenbeck: NC to NYC
Show runs Septempber 1-October 1
Jim grew up in upstate NY and has lived in Raleigh since 1999. His son Jack attends NYU and is a great excuse to visit New York City. Jim’s exhibit NC to NYC shows you the many contrasts he enjoys both here in Raleigh and NYC – from the quiet, easy, green landscapes of NC to the hustle, bustle, people filled cityscapes of NYC.
Amy Beshgetoorian: Faces
Show runs August 4 – August 31
Amy Beshgetoorian’s solo show, Faces, explores the unique nature of watercolor portraiture. The artist’s loosely-styled images feature an array of people with whom she has a personal connection. Amy has found it very therapeutic to be painting only for herself as she prepares to begin chemotherapy over the next few months for breast cancer.
Tipping Paint Artists: Chill Out
Show runs June 30 – July 30
It’s hotter than a firecracker!
Chill Out with Tipping Paint Gallery’s cool July show. Have a glass of cool rosé and enjoy refreshing art work.
Vicki Rees: Expansion
Show runs June 2 – June 30
Vicki Rees’ June show explores the artist’s journey from inspiration, to the initial study, to the finished work. Six large paintings and their smaller studies are featured in Expansion.
Lori White: Barns and Cricks
Show runs May 6 – June 1
Lori White has always been drawn to the country.
Born and raised in rural western Pennsylvania, she spent many long summer days tromping through fields and following fence rows to see where they went.
These days she avoid malls and high rises, instead heading for local farms, cricks, and lakes whenever possible. There’s nothing like an old barn, corn stubble, and curious goats.
Linda Eddins: Roatan Gems
Show runs April 1 – May 4
Linda’s inspiration for this show comes from the many beautiful and amazing things she saw while visiting Roatan, Honduras in January.
She has dubbed her show “Roatan Gems”. The name comes from the diverse, hardworking and interesting beach merchants, the abundantly colorful and vibrant coral reefs and the ever changing sea.