A Palette of Possibilities Archive

WV Artist on Display: WV Christmas Ornaments by Sam w/ Suitcase Creatives

This holiday season, Sam is selling her West Virginia inspired Christmas ornaments. Meet Samantha Cormier, a Nashville painter with West Virginia roots. Sam has always been drawn to creating art and has an Art Minor from Glenville State College. She says her creative side took a backseat when she and her husband moved to Japan […]

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WV Artist on Display: Venturing into the Absurd, Surreal, & Abstract

Meet Matthew Helmick, a Bridgeport, WV based artist who creates oil paintings that can venture into the absurd, surreal, and abstract reaches of the human experience. Largely self-taught, Helmick says his paintings reflect elements of isolation and insulation and disturbing subject matter juxtaposed with comforting balance and harmony. He participated in the Appalachian Conscious Collective’s […]

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WV Artist on Display: Ginger Danz is Colorful & Abstract

Meet Ginger Danz, a full-time artist living in Fayetteville. She describes her current work as colorful and abstract, borrowing shapes from human figures, animals and nature. Ginger is originally from Indiana but her roots are now firmly planted in the soil of this rugged and beautiful place. She tells us the arts are thriving in […]

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WV Artist on Display: Creating Beauty from Chaos.

This month’s artist on display is Wendy Reagor. She shares Studio 3 with her husband Craig at Lee Street Studios in Lewisburg. Wendy considers this time in her life to be an ongoing art quest. She enjoys learning new techniques, making a mess, and rising again with a new body of artwork. Wendy specializes in […]

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WV Artist on Display: Local Farmer Florist has Dirty Hands, Clean Heart

Growing flowers and arranging bouquets is a way of life for local small business owner Alaina Hower. She is the face of True Heart Flower Farm, a small incubator farm at the Sprouting Farms location in Talcott and is also currently moonlighting as a designer at Greenbrier Cut Flowers in Fairlea. Hower creates unique pieces […]

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WV Artist on Display: Birdbaths to Dragonflies w/ Tanya Henson

Meet Tanya Henson, this month’s multidimensional WV Artist on Display. She is a seasoned artist with the ability to create almost anything through upcycling techniques. Tanya is a dog loving, fire dancing, kayaking and camping fiend, wherein she is always looking for cool sticks and pretty rocks to add to my creations. We came across […]

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WV Artist on Display: Inspired by Nature at its Brightest

This month’s WV Artist on Display is Donna Tolbert. She makes painted furniture, small hand-painted boxes and traditional paintings on canvas. Her passion is repairing and upcycling tired, old furniture and making it functional and beautiful. She says “each piece must have ‘good bones,’ and often the shape inspires whether it will become a koi […]

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WV Artist on Display: It’s Always Subject to Change – Interview w/ Anna Tuckwiller.

Meet Anna Stout Tuckwiller, the painter, designer, and photographer behind @bwoolfstudios. She designs iphone cases, pillow covers, tea towels, baby blankets, and more! Her paintings are offered as originals or high-quality prints. Anna recently displayed her work at Lee Street Studios in Lewisburg. Learn more about our WV artist of the month with our Q&A: […]

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WV Artist on Display: Sean O’Connell, Ceramic Artist

Meet Sean O’Connell, a ceramic artist from upstate New York, and Greenbrier County resident since 2013. From ’95-’03, Sean studied all aspects of ceramic arts with Professor Regis Brodie at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. He is passionate about his craft and has done exhibitions in several museums and art centers in New York […]

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WV Artist on Display: Mountain Artworks

Get to know Michael Goose Sizemore, creator behind Mountain Artworks Studio in Athens, WV. Michael founded his studio in 1996 upon returning home to the mountain state after living and working in Santa Fe, New Mexico for 6 years. He has a fascination with the Anasazi pictographs and petroglyths of the American Southwest which are […]

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THANKFUL FOR LOCAL PIZZERIAS + WIN 2 PIZZAS & WV SWAG THIS NOVEMBER!

Thankful for Local Pizzerias + WIN 2 Pizzas & WV Swag this November! - Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times for pizzerias and we are so thankful for local establishments serving up the best pies! Pick us up this month to enter to WIN two 12″ pizzas (up to 2 toppings) from Blackwell’s Catering in downtown Lewisburg + West Virginia swag from MOCO Shirts! This month we also […]

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