a woman-centered artist gallery to display the creative entrepreneurship of local artists.



We aim to show work created by artists who exhibit a strong sense of individuality, knowledge in their field, and diversity in thought and opinion.



Gracie Lathrop has a Fine Art degree from Clemson University with a focus in sculpture. After managing a fine art gallery in Charlotte, NC she now designs and sells watercolor paper products for her online shop. Whether it was conceptual sculptures, representing other artists or creating product-based work, her goal has remained the same— to create and share pieces that connect people on a joyful level.


Grace Langdon Art


Artist Statement


The human figure is a fascinating landscape of texture, light, form, and movement. It is also politicized, stigmatized, and weaponized. It holds our emotions, it is both heavy and light, it is fragile and rock solid. My fascination with creating representations of the figure, specifically  the female bodied form, grew out of discomfort with my own body. Body dysmorphia, shaming, anorexia, self-mutilation, drug abuse. What evolved from creating art as a representation of my own pain, are works that now honor the beauty of our physical form in whatever form it takes. Acceptance and appreciation for the art I create as just being whatever it wants to be mirrors my own evolution and personal growth. I don’t really give a f*ck if anyone likes it or not. 




I am constantly inspired by my mother, an incredible artist and the strongest woman I know. Graduating with an undergraduate degree in General Studies after an excessive amount of credit hours, my artistic education did not follow any sort of traditional track. I fell in love with dark room photography in high school, studied fashion design at the University of Texas, dropped out to work on my mental health. Studied studio art at the University of Houston with a focus on painting and sculpture, dropped out to welcome my son into the world. Finished up at Marshall University after a few semesters studying ceramics. After a decade of sporadic art classes, and random spurts of creativity I am showing my first body of work. The collection itself shows a journey from quick, hesitant, marks on paper to bold and confident finished pieces.


Carole Brown

Struggling years with the secret of depression, I've poured myself into several creative outlets to get me through dark days. I'm a decorator/designer, artist and gardener. I may not be a face associated with depression but it often finds a way to hide.  I've drawn and painted for many years. I’ve found my love for art again on the "flip side" of depression. I learned to let my art guide me. I look for a message or story to unfold before me.I love the colors and find the process of these finished paintings intriguing.  My art is signed with a bit of silence. I didn’t feel comfortable using my name. My signature for my paintings is a combination of my name written backwards. I then incorporated a backward e. You see the "e", like depression also can be silent and overlooked. I especially embraced the signature as I noticed it resembled an open heart. It was perfect because it was hard for me to heal the wound in my heart caused by depression until I learned to pour my art into it. When you look at my art I hope you see much more than depression. I hope you see beauty, strength courage.Keep up with her creative journey on Facebook @acrylicartbycarole  or at flipsideartbycarole.com




  • Areas of eligible artwork include: painting, drawing, photography, small sculpture, textiles.

    • Hanging artwork is preferable 

  • At this time we are only accepting artwork from local artists (SC)

  • Emerging and mid-level artists are eligible to apply (18 year or older)

  • Artist must have a business license in order to sell artwork

  • Artist prices should not exceed $1,200 for any individual piece of artwork in order to provide an affordable gallery experience




  • Artists will deliver artwork on a date agreed upon by all parties, and will be picked up three months from the  agreed-upon date

  • Artist will be responsible for providing owners with information on all pieces of artwork in the provided templates

  • Artists will be responsible for preparing artwork with appropriate hanging hardware

  • Artists will be responsible for the installation of their collection, with the help of the current artist in residence. All artwork consigned to femme x must have proper hanging hardware on each piece of work. Hardware must hold approximately 2x the weight of artwork, not be damaged, and be appropriate for gallery installation. Gallery reserves the right to refuse any work without proper hanging hardware, or charge Artists up to $100 for installing proper hardware.

  • femme x shall be liable for loss or damage to any consigned artwork after artist installation  and while the work is in the Gallery’s possession. Gallery is not responsible for any damage occurring during shipping or delivery to or from the Gallery. If damage occurs during shipping or delivery, the Gallery is not responsible for negotiating with the shipping or delivery company or filing any claims. We encourage artists to insure shipments via the service provider and to use the highest quality packaging to avoid any claims and damage. In the event of loss or damage that cannot be restored or repaired by artist, the artist shall receive the same amount as if the artwork had been sold at the gallery, or 75% of the highest retail price. 

  • Artists will receive 75% commission on any pieces sold, femme x will recieve 25% on any pieces sold

  • All copyrights belong to Artist at all times while work is at femme x and is non-transferrable to femme x. Upon sale, ownership of artwork will transfer immediately to the Buyer. Artist will always maintain copyright under all circumstances. Femme x  will do due diligence to protect Artist’s copyright of all works consigned to femme x at all times and to protect the Artist’s interests at all times while work is consigned, and for 6 months post closure of exhibition.

  • Artists will agree to femme x photographing and promoting their work on their online platforms

  • A minimum of 5 pieces must be available for sale through femme x.

  • When a piece is sold, it must be replaced with a similarly-sized piece, or otherwise remain in the gallery for the buyer to pick up on the show end date

  • During the artist’s 3-month term, artwork in gallery must be sold exclusively through femme x.

  • Femme x  reserves the right to not exhibit artwork that does not meet our quality standards and exhibition of artwork is always at femme x’s discretion. Refusal to hang could arise from: improper hanging hardware, wet work, damaged work, unfinished work, poor craftsmanship that wasn’t presented in photos, poor construction, dirty edges (fingerprints, scrapes), or any other quality or aesthetic issues not previously known.

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