We are so excited that with the end of the school year and summer approaching, the Alabama Gulf Coast is celebrating its comeback since the BP Crisis.
The Hangout Festival in full swing on May 20-22 as well as Memorial Day will bring lots of people flocking to the shores.
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Allison’s work will be featured at a new restaurant in Orange Beach during the celebration weekends.
Rotolo’s, a well established restaurant in Louisiana offering authentic Italian Cuisine opens in Orange Beach at 25755 Perdido Beach Blvd. (across from the new Hampton Inn) on Thursday, May 19.
Allison’s paintings will be featured/for sale until June with 10% of the sales for The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo. Drop in during the Hangout Festival and Memorial Day events for casual italian dining!
Allison lived in Gulf Shores just prior to Ivan and opened a seafood restaurant with her husband, Chad (CPA, Mortgage Broker) in Mt. Brook, AL. Chad still works locally with Kiva Dunes/ Ft. Morgan.
Allison, author of Birmingham Sketchbook, has many ties with the Gulf Coast, not to mention that she vacationed there from teh time she was small.
Last year she was a featured artist at the Orange Beach Art Center (be sure to check that out as you travel along Canal Road in Orange Beach, the mossy trees on the water make it a magical artists retreat and gallery space.
Her work is also currently at LUCCA Boutique-The Wharf. There you will find the GIRLFRIENDS SERIES. Be sure to stop in and tell Lisa we sent you.
Allison still says her claim to fame is her musician son, Brent McCollough, who got his start on the Gulf Coast’s Sunny 103.7 at the age of 8 singing Piano Man.
Visit Allison’s website at to purchase prints at Fine art or click HERE
and contact Rotolo’s at http://www.rotolos.com or at 251-223-9104.