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July Issue 2010
Providence Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Lita Gatlin
Providence Gallery in Charlotte, NC, will present the exhibit, Transitions: Select Paintings, featuring works by Lita Gatlin, on view from July 6 - 31, 2010.
A Georgia native, Gatlin now resides in Charlotte. She began studying drawing and painting with private instructors at an early age, transitioning into oil painting after college. Gatlin continued painting on a part-time basis while pursuing a professional career in banking. In 2002, she made the decision to follow her artistic aspirations, launching her career as a full-time painter.
A versatile artist, Gatlin's choice of subject matter runs the gamut, ranging from landscapes and seascapes to figurative and still life works. According to Gatlin, she finds inspiration wherever she sees "life being lived." Her paintings have an atmospheric quality, capturing the mood of each scene while reflecting the constant change that is always taking place, both in the human life experience and in the natural world that surrounds us.
An associate member of the Oil Painters of America, Gatlin's paintings can be found in numerous private and corporate collections, including those of Duke Energy, and the North Carolina Dance Theater.
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check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at
704/333-4535 or visit (www.providencegallery.net).
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