19 love her own work that began some years ago when she posed family members, fully clothed, on hot pink inflatable rafts on a swimming pool surface. “Family Time,” a 5- by 6-foot canvas, was the illustration for her Christmas card that year. It’s a whimsical, relaxing composition that launched the body of work she expects will keep her hand moving for a while longer. Sinclair is exhibiting now at Cheryl McGinnis Gallery’s Sherwin Williams installation in New York City; All About Art on Bald Head Island; and New Elements Gallery in Wilmington where her work was recently juried into representation. “Initially we were excited about her mosaic work,” says gallery owner Miriam Oehrlein. “Her work is really beautiful. . . . The water, the reflec-tions, www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM there’s something very soothing.” Water Lily, 18 x 24 inches, oil on canvas. Angie Sinclair in the Intracoastal Waterway, just off her dock in Porters Neck, July 9.
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