Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Fall Artists and Authors Showcase in Raleigh features North Carolina Creatives

Artists and authors capture their imaginings to share with others. Be part of the experience at the 2nd Annual Raleigh Artist and Authors Showcase November 10, 2013.

Raleigh, NC - Nov 6, 2013 - It is said that the artist injects the spirit of life into a culture. It is in keeping with that mantra the Artists and Authors Showcase is proud to invite the public to meet and view the works of 11 skilled creators of art and the written word. The event, at the Bosetti Art Tile Showroom and Studio in Historic Boylan Heights, is Sunday, November 10th from 1-4pm. Admission is free and includes delicious quiches from Benelux CafĂ© and subs and wraps from Jersey Mike's.

The exhibit features award-winning artists Marina Bosetti (decorative tile art) and Autumn Cobeland
(Greenway artist), nature photographers Pam McClure and Margaret Harrell, abstract artist Michael Morrison, found art clockwork creations by David Greway, and unique hand-crafted jewelry by Missie McReynolds.

Award-winning novelists Jon Batson (sci-fi, action-adventure and short stories) and Sandra Carrington-Smith (psychological thriller, mystery, and self-help) will answer questions about their books and writing process as will Hunter S. Thompson biographer Margaret Harrell and nutrition and wellness author Denise Souza.

Eileen Batson, the producer of the event, said, “It is important for people to have a chance to meet professional writers and artists face-to-face in a fun and creative environment. I’ve produced house concerts here in Raleigh and major conferences in Miami; this is just a way for me to share a bit of what I know and ‘inject the spirit of life’ into the Raleigh art scene.”

The Bosetti Art Tile Showroom and Studio is located at 1201 West Lenoir Street near downtown Raleigh.

Find out more about the event and RSVP at

About Eileen Batson:

Eileen Batson is a publicist and the owner of Batson Group Marketing and PR for 25+ years. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Women’s Power Networking and is the co-organizer for their Crabtree Chapter. Martin Brossman and Anora McGaha selected the chapter she wrote on public relations for inclusion in their book Social Media for Business. She lives in Raleigh with husband Jon Batson, an award-winning author, songwriter and publisher. 919.413.2318