Art@LOOM

LOOM Coworking includes a substantial exhibit spaces for nationally shown local artisans called GALLERY@LOOM and spaces for up-and-coming and Student artists called the Studios@LOOM. Artists receive a great deal of exposure by coworkers and event rentals. The exhibits are free and open (by appointment) Mon-Fri 9am-4pm and during community events. 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!

Mary Zio
Shaun Cassidy

Michael Richardson
Melissa Herriott
Foozhan Kashkooli

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Jessica Calloway

Feb – June 2020 Exhibit: 

Melissa Herriott’s exhibit at LOOM Coworking is an eclectic mix of her two favorite mediums… acrylic and ink. Her paintings celebrate her love for nature, travel, and adventure. They are all, in their own way, inspired by the elements. Melissa  is a former exhibitor in the Studio Building. This exhibit celebrates her development  and broadening of exposure over the last couple of years. LOOM is proud of the advancement of all our featured artists! Melissa’s work can be found all over Charlotte and beyond. She works one-on-one with clients to create custom commission pieces.

Additional exhibits in the Studio building by Darlene Cunnup, Jessica Calloway as well as student work from Catawba Ridge High School.

Join us for the quarterly reception June 20th, 2020 during the downtown Peach Jam!

Darlene Cunnup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov 2019 – Feb 2020 Exhibit: 

Foozhan Kashkooli is a multidisciplinary artist who employs colors, forms, and shapes to create large scale abstract paintings and site-specific environmental installations. Kashkooli received her M.F.A. degree from Winthrop University and her B.A. from Queens University of Charlotte.   As an artist, she has worked with many different mediums such as metal sculpture, intaglio, film and digital photography, painting, and installation.

Her inspiration for her work comes from music, nature and the evocation of memories.  Foozhan is currently working and living in Charlotte North Carolina.

Additional exhibits in the Studio building by Tina Ruark-Baker, as well as student work from Catawba Ridge and Fort Mill High School

Tina Ruark-Baker