Lucy White is an artist living and working in Tampa Bay. She works primarily in paint, exploring color, texture, depth, and movement through her expressionistic and botanical pieces.

Influenced by her southern roots and her art enthusiast grandmother, Lucy has pursued art throughout her life, minoring in fine art at Birmingham-Southern College.

She paints in her studio near downtown and University of Tampa. Her work is displayed in private collections nationally, from Washington D.C. to California.

With the majority of her painting experience in traditional watercolor and acrylic paints, Lucy relishes the opportunity to explore oil, pastes, glazes, varnishes and resin in her pieces. Each layer gets thoughtful consideration as to what it may evoke, and through those layers, the piece evolves.

Large-scale canvases and a wide variety of mediums are her happy place.

Lucy, her husband and their three young children enjoy travel and creating wonderful art together.

Lucy's work has been shown in shows such as Opus in Tampa and is available at Lulu Studio, Tampa Bay Interiors, or by commission.

Wellon is a self-taught artist who stumbled upon the creative world of painting. With a background in English and French (Auburn and Wake Forest Universities), she taught for several years in the high school and university setting and developed service learning programs in the nonprofit setting. Wellon + Stephen have four (playful, creative, determined and spunky) children: Fitz, Chloe, Daniel and Leila. The Bridgers reside in Birmingham, Alabama.
Meg Britten is a mixed media artist whose colorful and illustrative style is both charming and unique. From keepsake artwork such as silhouettes and heirloom clothing to mixed media abstracts, still life pieces and citrus collages; Meg has a beautiful way of capturing a wide range of subjects. She has been painting/creating/cutting/ assembling for as long as she can remember. Art has always been at the forefront of her life whether as a teacher in a kindergarten classroom or developing marketing materials and campaigns for local businesses.

She was recently selected as one of Anne Irwin Fine Art's 2019 Emerging Artists and participated in a collaboration show this past May with Lulu Studio founder Lucy White.

Britten lives in Tampa with her husband and three darling children. She is grateful for a flexible career that enables her to share her love of art and creating with her family and community.
Allison James is a contemporary artist and insiperer with one mission in life: To lift you up. With a BFA in painting, drawing and printmaking, her mixed medium work reflects a life of chaos and grace as these three disciplines seamlessly cross over in her work through a balance of color and grit. James uses her 20+ years as an artist and creator to create an open-dialogue via social media and uses her paintings as a mirror to help the viewer see themselves through her strokes. Her goal with every painting is to strike an emotion within each collector and remind us that we are all more alike than we are different.
Blayne Beacham Macauley is an abstract artist and photographer whose works have garnered international acclaim, and have been featured in galleries, exhibitions, show houses, and in print and television media. Since 2007 Blayne has participated in more than twenty-two gallery and museum shows; multiple juried exhibitions; and five renowned show houses. Blayne's work has been featured in Traditional Home, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Southern Living, Domino, and on HGTV. She studied studio art and photography at Boston University, and oil painting in Venice, Italy. She is a native of Atlanta, GA where she resides with her family.
For as long as Patricia has been able to draw, creativity has manifested itself in the form of novel ideas and has been expressed in various forms and techniques. Although, Patricia did not initially pursue her dream to become a fine artist in the beginning of her professional life, her true passion for art and design led her hobby to blossom into her profession. She is inspired by nature, textures and trendy designs and specializes in acrylics, gesso, oil pastels on canvas. She has been able to create a wide variety of art ranging from realistic landscapes to abstract paintings, botanical compositions to modern commercial art. Patricia has the unique ability to adapt her different styles to meet and compliment any decorator or designers project. This ability has allowed her to collaborate with numerous well-known interior designers. Resulting from her ceaseless pursuit of perfection, Patricia has proudly earned recognition by being featured as Artist of Social Media 2019 at Thirty 5 Eleven Magazine and through her determination and boundless tenacity, she has been able to seamlessly apply her talents to produce custom commissions for her clientele and interior designers.
Carrie started painting in 2014 to bring beauty and a real element to her own life and space. Carrie "loves the fact that art has no rights or wrongs, do's or dont's." Carrie believes, "there is no end, no limits to what I can do and create. I am only limited by my own mind and imagination. There's so much power and confidence in that! I work with oil, acrylic, water color and paper mache. The biggest compliment I've ever been given is that people can feel I put my heart into my pieces."
Lacey resides in Birmingham, AL where she is both a full time mother and an artist. Art has been a passion of hers since she was a child, but she never dreamed it would turn into a career. Mostly known for her feathers, Lacey connects with this symbol as an expression of her trust in God's protection and faithfulness taken from Psalm 91. She loves how the Lord continually speaks through her artwork to others. Inspired by creation, her faith, people, and relationships her work is an abstract expression of where she is in life and her growth as a person. Her garage studio has become her "sanctuary" as she finds time to create between carpool, ball games, and ballet. From commissions to art prints, Lacey enjoys being a part of people's homes and the memories made therein.
An Atlanta native, Erin Tapp returned to her hometown after graduating from Wake Forest University as a Presidential Scholar for the Visual Arts in 2016, where she majored in Studio Art and English and minored in Art History. As the middle of five siblings, her work can be understood as the perspective through which she saw the world growing up: surrounded by energy and joy, observant of and attentive to details often overlooked, and versatile in its personality and mood. She currently works in the Drewry St. Studios on the Atlanta Beltline (between Ponce City Market and Piedmont Park).
Jasper York, originally from Pennsylvania, now resides in Portland Oregon after living in NY while attending Pratt Institute. It is the idea there are few images that are burned into our memory that hold a sense of place and time that is most intriguing and reason for painting portraits. They become silent visitors.
The work has reached international private collectors and shown throughout the US.

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