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The Artists


Tim

Freelance artist Tim Geary, otherwise known as “The Pastel Wizard”.  Tim specializes in pastel portraits and caricatures, and has 20 years experience in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Expert in vector art, logos, typography and digital art.


Elisa

Elisa was born in 1992 in a Northern Italian town called Vicenza. From a very young age, shapes and colors naturally became her means to communicate with the world.

She studied five years at an artistic high school and then graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. During that time she also had the opportunity to teach Illustration in a private school.

Elisa’s artistic background is very traditional since she started out meticulously studying all techniques. However, over the years she found her artistic path through the use of paper. She loves the patterns and textures that paper allows her to create.

She moved to North Carolina in 2016 and began making her way into the American art scene as a freelance illustrator, continuously in search of new visions of the world that she can compose and share.


Alana

Alana is an abstract artist hailing from Johnson City, TN.  She graduated in 2012 from East Tennessee State University, where she studied Graphic Design, Printmaking, and Studio Art, receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in the latter in order to also accommodate a minor in Education.  She is currently a full time educator for the Public Schools of Robeson County.

Though she has dabbled in multiple styles and media, Alana considers herself an abstract painter at heart and loves working most often with watercolor, inks and acrylic.  Her joy and expertise is in mixing colors and experimenting with their placement on different substrates to form new and exciting textures and compositions.  She considers any act of art making to be therapeutic and wholly personal, but she thoroughly interpreting the work of others and hearing how others interpret the final products of her work.  Some of her artistic inspirations include Franz Kline, Helen Frankenthaler, Betty Krause, and–believe it or not–her pet tarantulas, of which she owns three.