June Rollins loves to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary with her camera, translate the images into paintings and write about her creative experiences. Her subjects are varied, dependent on an "intuitive pull, " but all seem to have stories to tell. Her primary medium for the past ten years has been watercolor.
“I believe the creative process is a healing process for the artist. And by healing, I mean an entry point to increased awareness. My desire is for my art to draw the viewer in to experience the same. In this exchange, art heals and connects us beyond words."
Originals, prints and note cards can be seen at The Campbell House in Southern Pines, Sunset River Market Place in Calabash and in the following locations in Wadesboro: Anson County Arts Council, Fancy Crafts, Lacy's and Old Mill Gallery & Studios. The Tharpe-Robbins Co., Inc. represents the artist's work internationally with limited and open edition prints.
June is a member of Artists League of the Sandhills and a signature member of the Southern Watercolor Society and the Watercolor Society of North Carolina . She is a regular contributor of "Beginnings" published in Yadkin Valley Living Magazine and writes "From The Art," an online column for Art Sync Magazine. She offers beginner, advanced beginner and intermediate watercolor workshops and classes.