“My art has always been a way to pass the time or daydream,” says Deona Fish, whose work is inspired by her son and the many children she instructed during her six years as a teacher. Her collection of paintings, titled Deona’s Sleepy Little Dreams, captures a world of wonder, nostalgia, and peace with simple lines and shapes, muted colors, and subject matter that refl ects a childlike spirit. Fish’s work is on display at Woolworth Walk and Atelier 24 Lexington, both in Asheville.
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In each issue, WNC magazine features the work of one artist from Western North Carolina on our Last Page. To submit works for consideration, please mail us a CD of five to 10 high-resolution digital images (at least 300 dpi) of your work, along with a list of the corresponding titles and dimensions, an artist statement, and contact information.
Mail to WNC magazine, Last Page Submissions, P.O. Box 1330, Asheville, NC 28802. Submitted materials will not be returned.