The Parks & Recreation Department is bringing more art to North Myrtle Beach. Artists Everywhere is a monthly art display at City Hall to showcase our local artist’s talent and provide beautiful public displays for our residents and visitors. We are working hard to put together a great line up of local artists varying from painters, to sculptors, to potters, and much more.
The Parks & Recreation Department is proud to present the art created by:
Joyce H. Lincoln
Myrtle Beach, SC
The artist’s creative energy comes from observing things in life with distinct patterns, shapes, sounds and colors. Media choices vary and are determined both by the subject matter and inspiration. Her photography most frequently portrays landscapes, flowers and cloud patterns. She looks for interesting ways that color, shapes and patterns interact with one another to create vibrant or unusual scenes. She has worked in charcoal, graphite, acrylic, pastels and oils. Joyce loves contour art and interpretive works when in a contemplative or playful mood.
Joyce fell in love with painting when she was 10 years old and has evolved into an eclectic artist. Working with many different media, oils are her favorite, with photography a close second. Abstract art is a preferred genre. Some of her favorite works reflect her love of God and the world He has created.
She earned an Associate in Fine Arts degree at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, CT in 2009. Joyce studied with artists Linda Montefusco of A Stroke of Color Studios in Suffield, Ct; and with Professor Tony Cirone in Enfield, CT. A member of both the Seacoast Artists Guild and the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild, she has won several awards for her work.
She has written and illustrated three children’s books, Princess Alyssa and Baby Acorn, Pigeon Fishin’ and Prince William Rides the Trolleys and has also won awards for her poetry.
The mother of two sons, Joyce is proud of their accomplishments in Emergency Service. One is a Firefighter/Paramedic in Myrtle Beach and the other is an EMT and Judicial Marshal in CT and a Police Officer in MA. She serves as on-call chaplain for local hospitals and is involved in service through her churches.
Her youngest granddaughter shares her love of art and at age 6 represented her school in the town’s Fine Arts Festival. She began doing photography and painting at age 4 and is quite accomplished in both areas.
If you are a local artist interested in displaying your artwork, sculptures, pottery, etc. in the North Myrtle Beach’s City Hall as a part of the Artists Everywhere program, please submit an application.