Cover Artist

Happy Ever After by Kimberly Dawn Clayton Kimberly is a self-taught visionary folk artist and lives in Myrtle Beach, S.C., with her three greatest works, her children, Leslie, David and Noah. The artist’s preferred mediums are acrylics, oils, airbrush and rattlecans, and her preferred canvases are strictly limited to whatever she can get her hands […]

Summer by Lidia Simeonova Lidia Simeonova was born in Bulgaria. After college she and her family, including her two young children, explored different parts of Europe, and her lust for exploration fueled a worldwide journey. In 1994, Lidia and her family moved to the United States where she discovered another world, the world of computers […]

Hat Day by Jilly Nonnemacher Jilly is an accomplished artist whose work is best known for vibrant colors and whimsical imagery. A native of New Jersey, she is currently living in Texas but continues to spend much of her time at her beach house on Surfside Beach. It is here that the painting, Hat Day, […]

Deborah Cavenaugh is a self-taught artist. She began painting on Mother’s Day in 1992 after her children presented her with a box of watercolors they bought in a toy store. Today, Deborah has had over 75 shows. Galleries from Maine to Florida have hosted her work. Her original art hangs in private collections across the […]

Violin by Linda Drye A lifelong N.C. resident, Linda currently lives in Oak Island, N.C. After working in a plant in Concord, N.C. for years, she contracted a serious illness and was forced to retire. Four years ago, she bought her home on Oak Island and became active in the Oak Island Senior Center. It […]

Winter Dream by Yury Piskun Yury Piskun is a member of the Artist Union of Belarus, the home of Mark Chagall. Yury received his P. D. from the State Academy of Arts in 1980, and in 1986 he completed studies at the Belorussian Academy of Sciences, specializing in old Belorussian painting history. He is a […]

Life is Like by Jacqui Faye Michel Jacqui comes from a family of artists – her mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and others were painters, photographers, commercial artists and designers. She has been a graphic artist and web designer for many years. However, worried the digital beast would consume her, Jacqui decided to join the new artist […]

Morning Song by Karen Payton Karen Payton’s passion for fabric began as a young girl watching her mother design and sew belly-dancing costumes. She pursued her love of clothing at Northern Illinois University, where she studied both textiles and fiber art. She went on to work in the clothing industry and earned a masters degree […]

Eden by Holly Sierra Whether wandering through the forest or an ancient crumbling castle, Holly Sierra finds inspiration everywhere. Having lived for six years in Asia, she attempts to mix her marvelous multicultural memories with themes that influence and fascinate her today. With her endless penchant for detail, Holly hopes to encourage others to see […]

Five Faces by Dottie Dixon Dottie Dixon is a native of South Carolina. Born in Columbia, her father’s career moved the family often while she was growing up. She and her family moved to Myrtle Beach in 1946, back when it was a small town and everyone knew everybody. When her children were young she […]

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