Local Talent

Allison Dunavant


Originally from North Myrtle Beach, SC now residing in Charleston, SC. Alli has her BA in Studio Art from Coastal Carolina University and her MFA in Studio Art from the University of South Carolina. Alli decided to become self-employed in 2020 doing freelance commissioned artworks before shifting fully to murals and handpainted branding and logos. In 2021 Alli partnered with Columbia, SC based muralist Christine Crawford (@christine.c.creates) and now the pair has done murals all along the east coast.

Some of their murals in SC can be found at Bodega/Sharehouse, Lowtide Brewing, Salt Water Cowboys, Bohemian Bull, Riverbanks Zoo, Cowboy Up Greenville, Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head, and throughout Park Circle, N. CHS.

You can find Allison at: www.allisondunavant.com

Laura Adison Walter

Hand-Painted Champagne

Laura Adison Walter, who mostly goes by Adison, attended the University of South Carolina. During this time, she began working in the Wedding Planning industry. After graduating her employer Brandy, from Classic Planning & Design Co., seeing her talent, suggested the idea of painting a bottle for a styled shoot they had coming up. She began painting bottles for friends and one bottle led to the next! Laura & Label now has clients not just locally but throughout the United States.

Adison says “Never did I think that something I did for fun would ever transform into something this big! The art that I create has granted me the opportunity to meet & become friends with clients from all over the US. It has brought me experiences that allow me to push my own limits and discover a confidence within myself that has flourished as a result. “

You can find Laura & Label at: lauraandlabel.squarespace.com or on Instagram: @lauraandlabel

Micaela Rish


Meet Micaela Rish Ray. Contagiously youthful pioneer. Fabric-salvaging, retroremixing, sustainable human. Micaela studied fashion at Parsons School of Design in New York, focusing on sustainability in a world burdened by ecologically harmful fast fashion practices. She channels her knowledge of sustainable fashion into art, mixing her own paint from earth pigments and making collages from salvaged fabric scraps. Her primary mediums are gouache on paper and mixed media collages featuring hand embroidery with textile remnants. An apparel designer by trade, she creates whimsical designs that draw focus to femininity from her sunny studio in the Carolina Lowcountry. Amongst our favorites of her work are her hand painted custom overalls. Her approach to fashion is one that is rare to find in our modern society. One that is sustainable, high-quality, and hand-crafted.  

You can find Michaela on Instagram under @micaelarish.
Or on her site: www.micaelarish.com