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30Six NoDa is proud to showcase custom artwork by numerous local artists throughout our development and are happy to provide a bit more detail on our friends and their amazing pieces.


Browse our collection below and please come by to see these great works in person.


ROBERT PARIS

I grew up in Waynesboro, VA where I learned to love the outdoors and attended and graduated from the Art Institute of Atlanta in 1985 with a degree in Visual Communications. After college, I moved to Charlotte, NC, and worked for several advertising agencies before joining one of the nation's largest banking companies – eventually earning a creative director’s position. My career with the bank spanned 13 years, 3 corporate name changes, and countless mergers. Today, I make his home in Charlotte, NC with my wife Heather, and children Morgan, John, and my golden retrievers, Annie and Sophie. If you don’t find me in the garden planting something colorful or on the lake, I’m probably in his studio trying to put images to paper or canvas.


LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.



UNKOWN

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


LIBBY BARKSDALE

Libby Barksdale is the creator and owner of House of Cord, LLC. Barksdale trained throughout her early years in all areas of art, in and outside of school. Her intense study and love of art blossomed at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she spent her summers during high school, focusing on figure drawing and painting.

Never losing the love or talent for art, she now paints abstracts and loose landscapes, finding a balance between work and her busy life as a wife and mom to her girls. She also uses her artistic ability to refurbish furniture and design interior spaces for clients. As a merchant at Slate Interiors, her booth showcases her furnishings and art, allowing the public to experience House of Cord in person.

ASHELY NICOLE SHEETS

I love creating, and have tried many forms of art, from visual to performing. After college, I began exploring the world of oil and acrylic paint, which I only ever dabbled in prior. I constantly experiment with mixed media within my painting; I like to use plastic, paper, glue, spackle, dirt, leaves, grass, packaging popcorn, shredded cardboard, and much more. I like my paintings to be tactile, sculptural, bright, and colorful. Design is my life and my passion; paint is now my obsession.

I’m inspired by life’s journey, and fascinated by people, the way they look, feel, interact, move, etc. I could sit in a public place for hours and watch people. Nature is also an undeniable force of inspiration, and my imagination goes wild when observing the great outdoors, its textures, colors, smells, formations, and symmetry.



STELLA YANG

Stella began her education at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City where she focused on illustration and communication design. She is now a student University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she is pursuing her studies in painting with a minor in art history. She created her recent sculptural paintings using common pastry tools.


KATIE BROWN

Spreading creativity and joy with my bright & unique artwork! Born and raised in Rome, Georgia & now painting in my beautiful new home, the Queen City. I have a passion for music and a strong love for animals.

I have turned my passion into my business, and it continues to grow! I have successfully used both my sales experience and digital marketing skills to develop my brand and sell my original artwork all over the US. I believe the key to successful sales is to foster and maintain strong client relationships based on trust and exceptional customer service.


KYLE MOSHER

Kyle Mosher is a full-time artist from Canada currently residing in Charlotte, NC. He is influenced by a range of artists including Picasso, Twombly, Rauschenberg, Eduardo Recife (Misprinted Type), and the Synthetic Cubism movement. Mosher tries to merge the “superficial” and much-recycled world of pop art with the classic but sometimes-stale traditional world of fine art. He works in fine arts media as well as commercial media. Mosher’s signature style brings together a mix of hand-painted acrylic, screen printed acrylic, decoupage, and vintage paper to create art in both analog and digital mediums. He has been featured in/worked with: Forbes Magazine, Karmaloop, High Snobiety, Mountain Dew’s Green Label, Complex, Radeberger, Bud Light, and more.


SARAH HAHN
A COLLAR FOR A QUEEN

I grew up in Waynesboro, VA where I learned to love the outdoors and attended and graduated from the Art Institute of Atlanta in 1985 with a degree in Visual Communications. After college, I moved to Charlotte, NC, and worked for several advertising agencies before joining one of the nation's largest banking companies – eventually earning a creative director’s position. My career with the bank spanned 13 years, 3 corporate name changes, and countless mergers. Today, I make his home in Charlotte, NC with my wife Heather, and children Morgan, John, and my golden retrievers, Annie and Sophie. If you don’t find me in the garden planting something colorful or on the lake, I’m probably in his studio trying to put images to paper or canvas.


LIBBY BARKSDALE

Libby Barksdale is the creator and owner of House of Cord, LLC. Barksdale trained throughout her early years in all areas of art, in and outside of school. Her intense study and love of art blossomed at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she spent her summers during high school, focusing on figure drawing and painting.

Never losing the love or talent for art, she now paints abstracts and loose landscapes, finding a balance between work and her busy life as a wife and mom to her girls. She also uses her artistic ability to refurbish furniture and design interior spaces for clients. As a merchant at Slate Interiors, her booth showcases her furnishings and art, allowing the public to experience House of Cord in person.


WESLEY GILLEN (HEARTWOOD CUSTOM MILLWORK)
CASSETTE TAPE CUSTOM TABLE

Heartwood Custom Millwork was established in January of 2013 in Charlotte, NC. Wesley Gillen is owner, operator, and the craftsman behind Heartwood Custom Millwork. His love for wood and attention to detail always delivers a perfect product to his clients. Whether its custom cabinetry, handmade furniture, or architectural trim, Heartwood Custom Millwork is ready to exceed your expectations.



JOEL HOPLER

Joel’s painting series, “characters”, takes fragmented social personalities and merges them with personified animalistic and gestural elements. Working with bold compositions and crisp line work, he extracts the new character from its narrative context so we can relate to the work and analyze it from a social perspective. Joel earned his BFA from UNC Charlotte and is currently an MFA candidate at UNC Chapel Hill.


MICAH CASH

Investigating how land use and social history influence cultural geography, Micah Cash’s work explores the visual languages of landscape and architecture through the prism of race, class, and gender. Themes of ownership, demarcation, and utilization are explored predominantly through painting and photography. Micah exhibits nationally in both solo and group exhibitions. His work has been featured most recently in The Bitter Southerner, Fraction Magazine, The Atlantic, Ninth Letter, Aint-Bad Magazine, Places Journal, Two Coats of Paint, and Charlotte Magazine. Micah received his MFA from the University of Connecticut and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina. His first monograph, Dangerous Waters: A Photo Essay on the Tennessee Valley Authority investigates the contemporary landscapes of the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) hydroelectric program and considers the tenuous balance between locations that are designed for both hydroelectric generation and public recreation. Dangerous Waters will be published by University of Tennessee Press in the Fall of 2017. Micah lives and works in Charlotte, North Carolina.


EVAN PLANTE

I grew up around a local newspaper and remember making type and photocopy collage as a young kid. I loved finding fonts, clippings, and shapes on the paste-up boards and magazines, and absolutely loved the idea of multiple copies of the same design stacked in repetition. I learned about d.i.y. punk and how to screen-printing t-shirts years later on the second floor of an apartment in Richmond, VA. I still think about my printmaking the same: be resourceful, imperfection is real, design around the limitations, and celebrate that I get to do this for a living. I’ve produced pieces for Hyatt Hotels, Asheville Regional Tourism, City of Charlotte, Kimpton Hotels, restaurants, many bands, festivals and record labels, commissions, and my own retail and portfolio.



HOLLY KEOGH
JANE BERKIN

My work is the result of an investigation into the relationship between representation and memory. In particular, it deals with the inherent limitations of any archival practice. I appropriate old family photographs, specifically ones that were excluded from the family’s photo album and narrative. I use those photographs to create oil paintings and collages that expose the ambivalence of any archival practice and supplemental narratives. I am interested in how an archive works in two directions at once: simultaneously wanting to complete itself and yet knowing that completion is impossible because something always escapes. I see the excluded family photographs as what has escaped and what can be used as raw material.


LAUREN BOLSHAKOV

My art is inspired by movement, by nature, by dance, and by connections. Being a visual artist as well as a dancer of Argentine Tango has made me extremely aware of negative space, of good lines and of the idea that you can communicate in many ways without saying a word.

In my abstract art, I love soft colors, strong lines, balance, and playing with different mediums and surfaces to evoke a feeling. I have always worked in water media, loving the fluidity of the paint and the challenge of making the unpredictable predictable, and also have always incorporated charcoal into my work. While these two things are consistent in my art, I try to always explore, play with, and be adventurous when developing new ideas.


JOEL HOPLER

Joel’s painting series, “characters”, takes fragmented social personalities and merges them with personified animalistic and gestural elements. Working with bold compositions and crisp line work, he extracts the new character from its narrative context so we can relate to the work and analyze it from a social perspective. Joel earned his BFA from UNC Charlotte and is currently an MFA candidate at UNC Chapel Hill.



 LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


 LYNN KAYNE 

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


LIBBY BARKSDALE

Libby Barksdale is the creator and owner of House of Cord, LLC. Barksdale trained throughout her early years in all areas of art, in and outside of school. Her intense study and love of art blossomed at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she spent her summers during high school, focusing on figure drawing and painting.

Never losing the love or talent for art, she now paints abstracts and loose landscapes, finding a balance between work and her busy life as a wife and mom to her girls. She also uses her artistic ability to refurbish furniture and design interior spaces for clients. As a merchant at Slate Interiors, her booth showcases her furnishings and art, allowing the public to experience House of Cord in person.



ROD WIMER
WARRIOR

Born in 1960, Rod was adopted by missionary parents, and most of his formative years were spent in the Central African Republic. Largely ignored by the rest of the world, and ruled by then dictator Jean Bedel Bokassa, this poverty-stricken country in the center of the African continent, was where Rod first discovered his love of creative expression. The African culture, with its unique design aesthetic, exotic wildlife, and visionary landscapes, are all continuing influences in this artist’s ongoing exploration of his own work. During this time his family made several trips to Europe, where they always made a point to visit the world-renowned museums.

Rod Wimer is an artist who enjoys the journey of creating abstract and contemporary figurative paintings with multiple mediums and the infusion of collaged elements. Working on substrates of wood panel, canvas, and paper, he builds multi layered works with paint, graphite, colored pencil and oil sticks. Much of his work includes the use of handmade papers, wood, dirt, fabrics and found objects.


LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


JOSH JENSEN

Josh’s work has developed from representation drawing and painting to more abstract themes. His process now begins with unspecified goals to allow the piece to materialize freely and intuitively. Once the language of color, textures and composition begin to emerge, he interacts with more intention and focus while trying to remain faithful to the beginning gift that has presented itself. The end result is a piece of harmonious colors that expresses a sense of form and place.


KYLE MOSHER

Kyle Mosher is a full-time artist from Canada currently residing in Charlotte, NC. He is influenced by a range of artists including: Picasso, Twombly, Rauschenberg, Eduardo Recife (Misprinted Type) and the Synthetic Cubism movement. Mosher tries to merge the “superficial” and much recycled world of pop-art with the classic-but-sometimes-stale traditional world of fine art. He works in fine arts media as well as commercial media. Mosher’s signature style brings together a mix of hand painted acrylic, screen printed acrylic, decoupage and vintage paper to create art in both analog and digital mediums. He has been featured in/worked with: Forbes Magazine, Karmaloop, High Snobiety, Mountain Dew’s Green Label, Complex, Radeberger, Bud Light, and more.


ASHELY NICOLE SHEETS

I love creating, and have tried many forms of art, from visual to performing. After college I began exploring the world of oil and acrylic paint, which I only ever dabbled in prior. I constantly experiment with mixed media within my painting; I like to use plastic, paper, glue, spackle, dirt, leaves, grass, packaging popcorn, shredded cardboard, and much more. I like my paintings to be tactile, sculptural, bright and colorful. Design is my life and my passion; paint is now my obsession.

I’m inspired by life’s journey, and fascinated by people, the way they look, feel, interact, move, etc. I could sit in a public place for hours and watch people. Nature is also an undeniable force of inspiration, and my imagination goes wild when observing the great outdoors, its textures, colors, smells, formations, and symmetry.


LARRY LIPPI

Upon graduation I was drafted into military service in Viet Nam. Once discharged my creative drive was channeled into building an advertising agency in Charlotte, North Carolina, which I ran for 40 years. Throughout my years in training, when abstract expressionism ruled the art world, my focus remained on figurative subject matter. To this day, I do not just slap paint on canvas. I believe art should tell a story in a beautiful way.

I am an artist’s artist. Invariably my most appreciative audiences are other artists, who readily see what is “happening” in my pictures. When I paint a musician, I want you to hear him as well as see him. When I paint a landscape, I want you to feel it and hear it and smell it. When I paint a woman, I want you to (think you) know what she’s thinking. And when I paint with a roar of impossible color, I want you to exclaim, “Yes, I get that!”


ERIKA ECKERSON

I started painting while working in my first job as a morning anchor in Myrtle Beach. At first it was like a form of therapy for me — a way to wind down after a stressful day. Then I began selling to friends and family, and eventually online and at several local stores.

The more work I sold, the more addicted I became. The process of taking a blank canvas and turning it into something beautiful for a space became my new passion, and my old passion started to lose its luster. In June 2016 I made the decision to leave the news industry and take the plunge into art full-time. I haven’t looked back since. My signature style includes bold, broad brushstrokes and geometric patterns. You can find my paintings on display at several Charlotte area stores including Slate Interiors and Shop Revolution.


LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.



LYNN KAYNE

Lead designer with Vignette Interiors who is the interior designer on 30Six NoDa. I am an Interior Designer, Photographer and Artist. I enjoy being creative no matter the medium. Creativity is not something I can turn on or off; it finds me everywhere I go and I am inspired by my surroundings. Taking photographs and transferring them onto wood has become a hobby for me. No matter the location, you can always find me with a camera in my hand and a creative idea in my head. I love to use wood because the grain peeks through the images and makes each one even more unique.


KYLE MOSHER

Kyle Mosher is a full-time artist from Canada currently residing in Charlotte, NC. He is influenced by a range of artists including: Picasso, Twombly, Rauschenberg, Eduardo Recife (Misprinted Type) and the Synthetic Cubism movement. Mosher tries to merge the “superficial” and much recycled world of pop-art with the classic-but-sometimes-stale traditional world of fine art. He works in fine arts media as well as commercial media. Mosher’s signature style brings together a mix of hand painted acrylic, screen printed acrylic, decoupage and vintage paper to create art in both analog and digital mediums. He has been featured in/worked with: Forbes Magazine, Karmaloop, High Snobiety, Mountain Dew’s Green Label, Complex, Radeberger, Bud Light, and more.