Please join us in congratulating Lisa Alberghini for being the newest featured artist in the Chapin Town Hall Gallery. Her lovely and interesting paintings and works of art will be on display through September. Lisa is an active member of Crooked Creek Art League and is the past co-chair of the 2022 Juried Art Show.
Top Row: "Old Boot with Flowers" "Thunder Struck Ridge (Blue ridge Mountains)" "Pink Azalea Blossom"
Middle Row: "I See You (Bald Eagle)" "Mexican Coneflower" "Charleston Marsh/Lighthouse"
Bottom Row: "Charleston Sunset Across the Bay (Boat Dock)" "Flamingo Zentangle" "Daisy"
"Charleston Marsh/Lighthouse" - watercolor - 20 x 25 - $350
"Charleston Sunset Across the Bay (Boat Dock)" - watercolor - 17 x 21 - $300
"Daisy" - watercolor - 13, x 16 - $150
"Flamingo Zentangle" - ink and pencil - 16 x 20 - $250
"I See You (Bald Eagle)" - watercolor - 20 x 24 - $250
"Mexican Coneflower" - watercolor - 22 x 27 - $250
"Old Boot with Flowers" - watercolor and zentangle - 13 x 16 - $180
"Pink Azalea Blossom" - watercolor - 18 x 22 - $250
"Thunder Struck Ridge (Blue Ridge Mountains)" - watercolor - 16 x 20 - $225
Looking for Dinner - watercolor 16 x 20 - $250
I have been an artist for as long as I can remember. I started drawing when I was a little girl and never stopped. My mother was a wonderful artist and my inspiration. I used to watch her draw and paint and was mesmerized by the beautiful drawings and paintings she created. I would draw on any scrap piece of paper I could find as a child. As I got older, I started trying different mediums: charcoal, pencil, chalk, pastels, and then started painting with oils. My mother and I would take an art class occasionally at the local community college and that’s where my love for watercolors began. As the years have gone by, I have tried many different mediums and love to do all types of crafts as well. The need for art in my life has increased as I’ve gotten older. There is a peace I feel within while painting or drawing.
Art, for me, is a release into a world of creativity and a time for me to leave the worries of the world behind. When I am painting or drawing, I am totally focused on what I’m working on, and time just passes by.
I love the feeling when a piece is complete. I can’t describe the feeling, but it is a true sense of joy and satisfaction. I am always amazed at the finished piece and know that my talent is a God given talent.
As I get older, I am trying to focus more on painting and drawing. Whether it be a watercolor painting, a Zentangle drawing, or a mural on a wall; my paint brushes and pens are always ready.
Member: Crooked Creek Art League (CCAL)
South Carolina Artists (SCA)
Lisa A. Alberghini
527 Rapids Road
Columbia, SC 29212
Facebook: Eclecticity – Art by Lisa Alberghini
Company Name: Eclecticity
You can contact Lisa by clicking HERE.
CCAL Gallery Host:
The gallery is located in the Community Room in the Chapin Town Hall at 157 NW Columbia Avenue. It hosts the artwork of one of Crooked Creek Art League's finest artists on a two month rotation.
The Town is a big supporter of the arts in Chapin and we are thrilled to be working with them to showcase more art in town.
Interested in becoming a gallery display artist? For more information or to be selected as an exhibit artist, contact our Public Gallery Coordinator.