New artists join Waynesville gallery

Four artists with a mix of media and styles have been invited to join the Main Street Artists’ Co-Op in Waynesville.

Bob Luciene of Clyde works with wood and woodturning. He has observed many world-class woodturners and has developed his individual style from the bits and pieces he learned from these professionals. His inspiration comes from the wood he uses.


Tim Lewis of Jackson County has worked as an independent artist for 30 years with a variety of media but loves photography. He creates original photographs and fabric designs for scarves using digital tools including photography and computer applications.

Diannah Beauregard of Waynesville is skilled in jewelry design and fabrication. She has explored innovative ways in which to showcase the natural beauty of gemstones in her 25 years of experience. She uses a vast array of techniques and expert craftsmanship in her internationally recognized designs.

George Kenney of Lake Junaluska works with stained glass windows. He took many courses in visual design and architecture in his undergraduate studies that have significantly influenced his original glass designs. His work is influenced by architecture, textures, geometry and contrasts combined with a personal preference for classical and contemporary stained glass designs.

The gallery is starting its fourth year at 93 Main Street at the corner of Miller and Main streets. It is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Monday through Saturday.

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