Yelowhouse Gallery: Fine Art Photography & American Fin
Opening mid April for 2017, Yellowhouse Gallery showcases fine art photography and American fine craft. Yellowhouse is the only gallery in the region devoted to fine art photography.
Our photographic artists have been honored with regional, state, national and international awards.
Featured Photographers List
Eve Turek, gallery owner
In addition to the photographers listed above, Yellowhouse also celebrates emerging photographic artists; check within the gallery for their displays.
Our collection of fine American craft includes handmade jewelry, pottery, wood carvings, and decorative and functional glass. We also offer a small selection of fair trade craft items.
We offer limited custom framing; call 252-207-4273 for an appointment with Pete Turek for framing.
For those who haven't heard the news, we also now own SeaDragon Gallery in the Waterfront Shops in Duck; we'll be keeping the same mix of fine American craft and local art there that SeaDragon has been known for. Curious about SeaDragon? Check out www.seadragongallery.com
Yellowhouse Gallery is located at MP 13 ON THE EAST SIDE of the BYPASS in Croatan Centre Plaza, north of Outer Banks Hospital --
GPS Address -- 4711 South Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC
(This is the plaza with Soundfeet Shoes, Radio Shack, Rock-A-Bye, Michael's Gems and Glass, and Antiques, Etc.)
Customers continue to ask us: Why did you leave the old yellow cottage?
We rented that cottage for many years and loved it. Once we learned that our landlord was selling the property and the cottage would be torn down (it did have extensive structural termite damage), we knew we needed to find a new long-term home for Yellowhouse. In 2013, we purchased "Door #3" in the Croatan Center on the Bypass in Nags Head, north of the OB Hospital.
|Eve Turek Photograph Wins Gold for US in International Competition|
|Eve Turek's photograph Meditation was chosen by the Professional Photographers of America as one of only three images to represent the United States in the Landscape Category in the first World Photographic Cup. An international panel of 15 judges chose Meditation as the Gold Medal winner. Eve's photograph was the United States' only gold medal, and helped the US secure the overall World Photographic Cup.|
The WPC is a joint effort between the Professional Photographers of America and the Federation of European Photographers. 22 nations competed in the inaugural WPC with images in six categories. Neither the photographers' names, nor their country of origin, was revealed during the judging process.
"I am very grateful to have been chosen to represent the United States alongside some of the very best photographic talent working in the world today. To have the further honor of having my image chosen as the Gold Medal winner is overwhelming," Eve said. "I just go back to what I say every time I step outside: please, and thank you."
The Yellowhouse Gallery
|1. Eve Turek - Yellowhouse Gallery Owner, Photography (view)|
|2. Eve Turek, Gallery Owner -- Travel Photography (view)|
|Anne Sader - OBX Map (view)|
|Dan Waters - Photography (view)|
|David Huff - Photography (view)|
|Deborah Hershey - Glass Collage Art (view)|
|George Wood - Photography (view)|
|Gretchen Dibler - Jewelry (view)|
|Keith Martindale - Pottery from Seagrove (view)|
|Liztech - Jewelry (view)|
|Lynne Alterman - Photography (view)|
|OBX Maps (view)|
|Ray Matthews - Photography (view)|
|Stephanie Kiker - Tiles, light switches, coasters (view)|
|Steve Alterman - Photography (view)|
|Yellowhouse Gallery - Honoring our roots, spreading our wings (view)|
1. Eve Turek - Yellowhouse Gallery Owner, Photography