What better location for an artist’s studio than in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina? Local oil and watercolor artists alike have been drawn to the rural mountains as well as to the town of Marshall to set up their work spaces to paint landscapes or abstracts inspired by the beauty of the surroundings. One such space is a converted high school on Blannahassett Island which now houses Marshall High Studios.

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Bill Weldner

After a teaching career both at the high school and college levels, Bill Weldner moved to Madison County and settled in the beautiful Spring Creek area to paint for pleasure. 
Hot Springs, North Carolina

Mary Maupin Brumo

You can find Mary Maupin Brumo at her Marshall, NC, studio doing what she loves—painting in vibrant colors. 
Marshall, North Carolina

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