Wootini is an art gallery and shop located in the Triangle of North Carolina which collectively has a population of 1.2 million people. We exhibit art influenced by pop culture, illustration, comics, low brow, tattoo’s, unicorns, and rainbows to name a few topics. There are many names that this style of art is called, “Low Brow”, “Pop Surrealism”, or “Underground”, “Emerging Art” – we offer a venue to both regional and international artists to showcase their works in the South East Region.
Since 2003, Wootini has exhibited many artists. A partial list includes: Scott Musgrove, Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Meredith Dittmar, Sam Fout, Motorbot, Cannonball Press, Casey Porn, Bwana Spoons, Martin Ontiveros, Mark Bodnar, Trevor Zammit, Doug Barker, Rob Schwager, David Huyck, Plaseebo, Colin Christian, Chris Ryniak, Andrew Bell, David K. Rose, Paul Friedrich, Bill Fick, Casey Robertson, Ah-Peele, Jon Van Fleet, Brian McCarty, Jermaine Rogers, Casey Burns, Tooth, Ron Liberti, Jerstin Crosby, Danny Miller, James Rheem Davis, Mexican Chocolate Design, Little Friends of Print Making, Bloo Empire, Tanxx, Beth Tacular, Jason Hankins, “Hello Brute”, UPSO, Martina and Frank Russo, Andy Howell, Brian Flynn, Andy Myelller, Morning Breath, Dustin Koop, Michael Motorcycle, FERG, Brendan Danielson, Jason Murphy, Maria Albani, John Harrison, Katie Ridley, Meagan Ridley, Wednesday Kirwan, Paulie Andrews, Phil Blank, Matt Duke, Brian Walsby, Yahid Rodriguez, Bruce White, Keving Herdeman, Evoker, Shawnimals, Attaboy, Annie Owens, Gary Baseman, Daniel Danger and many more.
Wootini has produced a few art figures. Jermaine Roger’s “Dero” and “Squire”, Scott Musgrove’s “Glamour Cat”, and most recently Yahid Rodriguez’s “Nahualli”. We’ve also published a group art book called “This Side Up” which features ‘cardboard’ art from 56 artists from around the world, most of which are active members of the online rock-art community.
If you are inclined, you can visit us in person. Our brick-and-mortar store and gallery space are located in beautiful downtown Carrboro, NC. We are located on the side street directly across from the Cat’s Cradle.