Archive - Oct 2011 - Outlook
Emily Perry, 16, began dancing when she was six years old and hasnât stopped. As soon as she was old enough to help in the kitchen, she started baking.
Little did she know that her skills in the kitchen would help her dancing career. Her dancing, however, led her to use her culinary skills. Hence, âCupcakes4 Ballet.â
From the time she was 6, she danced, and she danced on pointe to where the increase in the intensity of her ballet training caused her to wear out two to three pairs of pointe shoes per month.
Lawyer Eades is now hailed as folk artist Eades
Robert Oren Eadesâ first art show was at Hickory Museum of Art in 2006.
âI sold all my stuff and had fun,â Eades said.
That day was pivotal â Eades closed his law practice and turned his attention to art â 3-D folk art.
As a resident of Sherrills Ford, Eades spends his days creating more folk art in 3-D.
Eades recalls a childhood of drawing and always making things.
âI donât recall taking art lessons,â Eades said.