Slide into Summer Art with CCCP

Come chill out at Waverly Artists Group Gallery’s Slide into Summer Art with CCCP on  Friday, July 29, 6 – 9 PM.

The gallery will be “sizzling” with an awesome array of art, but guests will stay cool as they move through the exhibit space.

CCCP – Capital City Co-op Painters – is a group of seven area artists, including featured WAG artist, Ryan Fox, an award-winning watercolorist whose work is magical throughout the year. Ryan is also a signature member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina (WSNC) and the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society. Since 2011, his paintings have been exhibited and won awards in numerous national juried shows. More to tell, but come see for yourself! Meet Ryan, along with other CCCP artists who create their own exhibition opportunities through a collective relationship. Each artist offers a unique style, with ready to purchase work that will delight and nourish your heart and soul.

Stevan Jackson’s music will set the beat. Enjoy free delicious sliders, cold beer and chilled wine in the gallery. Don’t forget to grab a CCCP group bio sheet to catch more cool.

See you there!

About CCCP
Capital City Co-op Painters is a group of seven Raleigh, NC-based artists who create their own exhibition opportunities through a collective relationship.

Visit: https://www.facebook.com/Capital-City-Co-op-Painters-534652026695008/
Ryan Cummings – “Artist with State, National, Old Masters Ties”

A graduate of the NCSU College of Design and member of Artspace Artist Association, Ryan is also an exhibiting member of Raleigh’s Visual Art Exchange. Ryan’s award-winning work has been exhibited in galleries, juried shows, publications, business and private collections in numerous cities/states. Ryan’s landscapes are influenced by studies of old masters’, visions, materials and methods. He currently uses lightweight plaster to create secco frescoes.

Errol Engelbrecht – “Tattoo Artist Turned Loose”

Self-taught former tattoo professional, Errol Engelbrecht, has a passion for representing vintage Americana and architectural decay in oils and acrylics. The Wisconsin native found new inspiration and freedom in painting after retiring from tattooing in 2013. Errol tempers realistic subjects with loose, expressionism that features ephemeral urban landscapes. His work has been shown at Margeaux’s, Atomic Salon, and Remedy Diner in Raleigh.

Ryan Fox – “Winning Watercolorist”

Ryan Fox is a signature member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina (WSNC), Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, and Waverly Artists Group. Since 2011, his paintings have been exhibited in numerous national juried shows – winning awards in the American Watercolor Society, Georgia Watercolor Society, and WSNC. His paintings have been included in Splash 15 & 16 hardcover albums and he was featured in the Ones to Watch article in Watercolor Artists Magazine (Dec. 2015).

Paul Friedrich – “The South’s Pop Icon”

Paul Friedrich is known for his humorous paintings in bold colors/lines based on his Eisner Award-nominated graphic novel “Onion Head Monster.” A writer-artist in the lead of the LowDefPop art movement, Paul is co-founder of SparkCon, the South’s preeminent conference on creativity. Paul’s numerous credits include selection for the CAT Bus Art-on-the-Move project. In 2009, he became the National Hockey League’s first ever official cartoonist.

Tim Lee – “Americana Visual Artist”

A Visual Artist living in Cary, NC since 2004, Tim Lee’s recurring work themes include music, Americana, pop-culture, monsters, magic and bits of Southern Gothic. He creates images on a variety of surfaces, including wood, paper, and canvas. Tim received a BFA from The Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH. This multi-media artist has exhibited in US galleries as well as internationally.

Bobby Logic – “Mood Shifter”

Bobby Logic believes art is an awakening of the inner soul, a mood shifter. He states, “Art is a time machine with the ability to bring people of all cultures together on an intellectual and physical level of thought and being. Colors emotionally electrify or soothe minds and bodies of all who allow its radiant beauty in. The insight of art sends the imagination on a magical journey through time and life.”

Kevin Peddicord – “Commercial Illustrator Turned Multi-media Artist”

Originally a commercial illustrator, Kevin started oil painting in the summer of 2004. He has participated in a number of shows at various galleries in Raleigh, Winston-Salem and Wilmington, NC. His primary work is figurative painting in oils and acrylics. Kevin also creates watercolor paintings, as well as pen and ink drawings.

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