The Art Gallery - Our Story

Artist & gallery owner Frank Pierce talks to guests during an Open House. 
Photo ©2019 Kiley Loesch.

From our opening in October 2010, our intention has been to make art approachable and accessible to everyone. We want our customers to feel as though we have invited them into our own living room . . . one that happens to showcase a great deal of artwork!

Eye Candy Gallery absorbed her sister business, A Southern Studio (established 2006), in late 2011 when we realized the practicality of joining the two business. The gallery offers fine art, photography, custom framing, art restoration, graphic design services, fine art reproduction and giclée printing, professional photography services

and art instruction.

Eye Candy Gallery is owned by brothers Frank and Woody Pierce. Nancy Rawlinson serves as the gallery director.

Our philosophy has always been that happy customers are our biggest asset. If you are already one of our established clients, we thank you for your trust in us. If you are just discovering Eye Candy Gallery, please drop by for a visit and see why we have been selected "Best Art Gallery in Moore County, NC" in 2015

Community Service

We also believe that is important to give back to the community whenever possible. In the past we have hosted many successful fundraising events and made our art gallery space available to a variety of organizations, most notably the Vietnam Veterans Association - Moore County Chapter 966, the Wounded Warrior Project, and the Moore County Pet Responsibility Committee

Our Ongoing Charitable Activities . . .

The Arts Council of Moore County
Continuing The Mission
Vietnam Veterans Association - Moore County Chapter