Tipping Paint Gallery brings together a group of award winning, highly skilled artists, whose work ranges from realistic to abstract, humorous to serious, reflecting their varied backgrounds and philosophies.
Moving beyond a literal depiction of the scene in front of her, Lori White captures the critical moment. Confident use of light creates atmosphere, defines the space and communicates a sensitivity to her subject.
Rick Bennett’s watercolor paintings connect art with the lives we lead. With playfulness and wit, Rick explores the qualities of watercolor that create entertaining passages, delicate textures and bold colors.
Choosing the medium that best suit’s the mood and subject, Linda Eddins works in oils, acrylics and watercolor. Linda’s eclectic choice of subject matter, bright colors and clean compositions provide an entertaining exploration of our surroundings.
Whether the photographs are of manmade objects or nature, Susan Jones adds color to black and white photographs to remake the world as she sees it. Her use of balance and light lead your eye through these extraordinary pieces of art.
Vicki Rees’ inspiration is often as close as her kitchen. Others may see an unremarkable tomato, but she envisions a star waiting for its closeup. Vicki typically looks for unusual angles and lighting to depict the natural world in saturated colors. And on hot summer days she has been known to wander into abstracts.
Fast and loose, Amy Beshgetoorian’s style of painting is inspired by her Chinese watercolor teacher who always reminded her to “paint fast and paint a lot”. Nothing is off limits for Amy to paint, as long as she can simplify the subject and determine an interesting color palette.
Our mission is to help promote the visual arts as a necessary, valid, and worthwhile contribution to Raleigh’s cultural growth.