LOOM Coworking includes a substantial exhibit space for local artisans called GALLERY@LOOM. The gallery is free and open Mon-Fri 8am-4pm and during special community events. Contact us for a personal tour. Preview the Gallery space via our virtual tour!
Join us each quarter for the artist’s reception and open house to meet these talented individuals and find out how LOOM has gotten involved in the local arts community. Stay on top of these events on our Facebook events page!
Jan – April Exhibit:
Terry Thirion produces her work in her studio in Charlotte or creates works on the edge of the Laurel River in Hot Springs, NC. She grew up in Belgium among farmlands and spent a lot of time at building worksites since her father was a master stone carver. Exposed to sculpting and gothic art from an early age and these influences are reflected in her shapes and forms.
“I attempt to convey our relatedness as human/spiritual beings to all living things. I want to transport the viewer into my worlds and hope to evoke an emotional response.”
Additional exhibit in the Studio building by Kathryn Waller, Melissa Herriott, and FM High School.
Oct – Jan 2018 Exhibit:
Leonor Demori was born in Caracas, Venezuela and currently lives in Charlotte, NC. Before moving to Charlotte, she lived in Caracas and in Washington DC. She received her Bachelor in Fine Arts degree from Winthrop University, and also holds a BA in Business and a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA).
After several years of a successful career in international finance, Leonor decided to pursue another profession in the arts, converging her passion for both areas. In her studio she has defied a new process of photography-based dynamic painting, creating rich, geometrical compositions.
Exhibits in the Studio building include Kathryn Waller and FM High School AP Art.
June – Sept 2018 Exhibit:
Sharon Dowell is a painter with a focus on works on canvas, murals and large public art including three CATS Transit projects in Charlotte. She has held residencies worldwide and is involved in many local arts and charity organizations. Sharon believes in removing the intimidation factor from art that so many people in our society experience. Art in public spaces becomes embedded in one’s sub-conscious, a part of daily life that one embraces without contemplation. She feels it is important for her work to serve as a vehicle to give back and shape communities for the better.