Fort Payne, AL
Facebook page: Lacy Hope Art
Etsy page: Lacy Hope Art
Lacy Hope Dobbs is a folk artist from Ft. Payne, AL. She creates brightly colored acrylic paintings on canvas, wood, and found objects inspired by peace, love, magic, and the mountains. Lacy’s work can be found on Facebook, Instagram, and Etsy@LacyHopeArt.
I am the Vice President of Little River Arts Council and I love art. I love talking about artists, I love museum visits and it is not out of character for me to have paint in my hair or under my fingernails... I have an Associates Degree in Art Studio and I enjoy painting and working on sculptures, most of my work is mixed media and I tend to enjoy folk art the most.
Facebook page: Red Arrow Creations
Angela Crider is a stay at home mom who found a love for creating Art of all types. She uses acrylics, oil, resin, shattered glass, and other mixed medias to create unique one of a kind Art.
Can be found at Moon Lake Trading Company in Mentone, AL
I am a graphics artist for a C&A Printing company in Huntsville . My husband and I have a slice of heaven in Mentone. My husband finds rocks in the woods and I paint them.
Ashley Ingram is an artist based in the Birmingham area, who works mostly in painting. She takes inspiration from nature around her and the area in which she lives.
All pictures are framed and for sale.
While studying Architecture at Auburn University, many of his classes were in the art department with a focus on drawing. He sketched during various travels in the United States, Europe, Bahamas, and the Windward/Leeward Islands. After trying pencil, watercolor, acrylic and other mediums he settled on pen and ink with watercolor wash as his favorite. His sketches have been published and on tour with the Southern Artist Traveling Exhibit. His work is and has been represented in many galleries. His nom-de-plum is a circle with two vertical lines representing his initials. He and his wife, Madelon, split their time equally between Mentone and Destin, FL.