1204 Great Oaks Drive
.5 acre LOT
Half acre home site overlooking a peaceful
we can help you find the perfect place to call home.
2506 N Lumina Ave #3A
3 Bd / 3 Ba / 1557 SqFt.
Light-filled top floor end unit with vaulted
ceiling and perhaps the most stunning view in
all of Wrightsville Beach.
HER aerial beach scenes
depict mid-summer, with
dotted subjects lounging
about a pastel sand-scape.
Minute details are
revealed through striped beach towels
and umbrellas in pops of fuchsia. Folds
of the sea, as one would see from
above, change in color from azure to
steel then sapphire.
“In Australia, there’s a lot of over-looks
and there are pools the ocean
water pours into and you can be up
there and see all of the people,” she
says. “For some reason, being up high
is really cool to me. To look down and
see all of the people and colors, it’s
almost like they’re dots and it’s like a
painting to me.”
Commissioned works of birds, crabs,
and oysters allow Eagle to provide
abstract touches atop firm subject
matter. Much like her marsh paintings,
the birds are both apparent yet almost
an idea. In Flocked, several egrets add
dimension to a splattered background
of mustard yellow, beige and ice blue.
Dandelion displays her enjoyment for
letting paint drip as a pelican sits cen-ter
“My art is definitely inspired by how
I view the world and how I’d like to
display the world for others,” she says.
“Sometimes I forget and am reminded
that how I see a bird is very different
from how someone else may see it.
It’s a lot of fun to me to emphasize the
feathers dancing in the wind, adding
colors that may not actually be there.”
While commissioned pieces, wildlife
and scenery establish the foundation
of her work, she views the Mundane
Magic series as one of her proudest
artistic achievements. A similar series
is in the works.
“What was so fun with Mundane
Magic was I just wanted to do it
because I was feeling super inspired.
I wanted people to look at a piece
they bought on a wall and say they’re
having the same struggle as me and
be reminded,” says Eagle. “It stuck with
me because it had so much meaning
behind it. It tied in also to giving back
to NourishNC (20 percent of all sales
were donated). Just how it all came
together, it felt beautiful.”
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