Melanie Eberhardt - Artist

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MAY
19
2013

Expressive Work by Barbara Nerenz-Kelley

I met Barbara at The Blue Spiral 1 Gallery in Asheville. We were both in group exhibits opening the same evening. Barbara was featured in the gallery’s annual, “New X Three” exhibit while my work was part of “Dog Show”. I was completely mezmerised by Barbara’s
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MAY
19
2013

Bliss108 – Stunning Jewelry by Patty Rollins

I met Patty Rollins many years ago when I worked with her husband, -Hi Matt! Patty is a remarkably generous soul and is directing her energies into her line of jewelry, Bliss108. I am drawn to Patty’s work because of her thoughtfulness and positive energy. Patty practices a
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MAY
19
2013

Abstracts by Painter Teresa Crowder

Teresa and I met about ten years ago working at a small design studio. We’ve been friends since, sharing our love of art, our dogs, laughing at the crazy choices we make in order to buy more paint or canvas. I love Teresa’s work and was thrilled when she agreed to
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MAY
19
2013

Black Cat Tips – the Art of Kyle Brooks

I was only recently introduced to Kyle’s Neo-Folk Painting work by a mutual friend, Cathy B (hi Cathy!). I loved everything I saw on Kyle’s site, BlackCatTips and one piece in particular, “Brady Bunch Bears” that I purchased immediately! Kyle’s art
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MAY
03
2013

Saturday At the High – Frida & Diego

Recently my friend and fellow painter, Teresa Crowder, met at the High Museum (Atlanta) to see the Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera exhibit. It was amazing! The exhibit was a well rounded retrospective of Frida and Diego’s works. Diego was quite successful during his
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APR
12
2013

The Business Spotlight Shines on NickerDoodles

A few weeks ago Erin Wheeler contact me and asked if she could profile NickerDoodles on her website. Erin is an amazing equine photographer from Atlanta. She dedicates a monthly post on her site to feature equine related businesses. I was thrilled to participate. Thank you so
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MAR
25
2013

STOP THIEF!

We all put things down and forget where we left them. But its been happening a lot lately. Pens, plastic spoons and money are among the many items that keep disappearing. Way too many things to blame it solely on bad memory. There’s only one explanation – there’s a thief at Aunt
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MAR
20
2013

Scenes from The Seen (Gallery)

The Seen Gallery in Decatur, Georgia has represented my work since 2005. Bill Bibb and Amy Bradford have been wonderful supporters and granted me my first one person exhibit. On March 16th, The Seen Gallery will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary with a special exhibit
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MAR
15
2013

Blast from the Past – That’s sooooo 80’s!

Digging through my flat file this weekend, I stumbled across this old painting of Laurel and Hardy. If memory recalls, this is the second painting I created at the early onset of developing my current style. I had recently graduated college and remember painting this in my
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FEB
18
2013

The Rats must die!

There are lots of cute animals that live on Aunt Mel’s farm including several rodents. Tiny grey field mice make nice cat snacks. There are dozens of chipmunks along the tree line. The squirrels are like clowns with their crazy desperate antics to pilate from the bird
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