Fiber and paint artist Susan March Payne and photographer Lonnie Webster will share Edgewood Cottage June 27-July 3 during the Blowing Rock Historical Society’s Artist-in-Exhibit.
Residency program.

Susan March Payne’s distinctive fiber works combine landscape painting with quilting
knowledge of construction to create both functional modern quilts and decorative art
quilts and wall hangings. Characters, musicians and animals are often featured in
art quilts expressing the joy of playing musical instruments.

Play by Susan March Payne.

Whether photographing people, events or nature, Lonnie Webster (www.lonniewebster.com) has a passion for capturing life through photography. He believes that each image should tell a story about the event, place, person, profession, season, mood or life stages. Whether in the beautiful places he has traveled or right here at home in western North Carolina, Lonnie has captured incredible vistas, magnificent architecture, and enchanting faces around the world.

Play by Lonnie Webster.

Come read the stories of Lonnie’s work and learn more about Susan’s work and process from June 27 to July 3 at Edgewood Cottage in Blowing Rock.

The Artists-in-Residence program is a free weekly arts program featuring regional artists from May 28 through September 11, 2022 at Edgewood Cottage, 115 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, North Carolina. For the complete summer schedule of artists, visit http://www.artistsatedgewood.org.

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