Studio D – Hatler House, 109 Chuckwood Rd
The following artists will be showing at this studio location.
Sandra Eaton is a regular at the Lakeside Artists Studio Tour. She creates one-of-a-kind functional and sculptural pottery, often drawing on her painting skills when creating a ceramic piece using glaze as paint and thinking of the clay form as canvas. Sandy is an active member of Mooresville Arts where her award-winning artistic pottery is frequently displayed in shows and competitions. We are excited to see what new items Sandra has created for our Studio Tour.
Jan Enright graduated with a degree in painting and printmaking from the University of Richmond many years ago. Since moving to the Lake Norman area in 1981 she has enjoyed making her living as a landscape designer here. Now trying to be semi-retired, Jan is excited to get back to her roots in art and spend more time creating colorful abstract expressionist paintings that are most often botanical in nature.
Ric Erkes returns to the Lakeside Artists Studio Tour to share his unique woodturnings. Having worked with wood most of his life, for the past 20 years Ric has focused primarily on the art of woodturning. He turns a variety of styles and shapes, some functional, but mostly on the artistic side. As a member of the American Association of Woodturners, he has studied with numerous masters in the field and demonstrated at various venues and woodturning clubs. Come to see for yourself how he combines the colors, patterns, and even imperfections in the wood with the skill of an artist.
Debby Loflin creates quality handbags and accessories utilizing the finest quality new and upcycled fabrics, leathers, furs and hardware designed for the person who wants uniqueness and style. Myriad leather and fabrics are used to create the exteriors and interiors of each bag. The rugged exterior fabrics include tapestries and canvas; interior fabrics are paired with velvet, silk and linen. The pockets are self-lined, functional, and abundant. Want a piece of functional art designed just for you? Drop by to place your custom order.
Angela Rocchio is an enthusiastic abstract artist. Expressive color, texture, and playful subjects distinguish her whimsical paintings. Angela owns The Wooden Rooster Studio where she encourages young aspiring artists to express themselves freely. She has donated many pieces to local charities, and her collaborative painting with another local artist was recently featured in Lake Norman Currents Magazine.