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The Midtown MINIs have arrived at North Hills. These roughly 7-inch doors, created by local artists are littered throughout all 3 districts. They were paired and designed to represent the individual retail shops they live near, and bring curiosity and excitement to our community.


Take a peek down every few steps as you explore the property to find hidden wonder right at your feet.


Jenna Trunzo

"Growing up in a small suburb of Pittsburgh, my world seemed small, while the one around me seemed anything but. Watching my grandpa paint showed me that there were other ways to travel without leaving my home. The memory of his makeshift studio and its possibilities has stayed with me all of these years.  I always say that I’m an extroverted introvert. Art nurtures the introverted side of me. I tend to paint in the evenings when it’s quiet or in the morning when everyone is still settling into the day. Since Covid, I’ve become much more prolific because I work from home, so I’ve been painting almost every day. I have been privileged to visit many amazing, renowned art museums around the world, which has served to inspire in me a greater appreciation and love of the creative process and its important place in history. Some of my favorite artists are Marc Chagall, Vincent van Gogh, Remedios Varo, and Andrew Wyeth. I think when you really love art, it’s more than just a hobby - it’s part of who you are. There will never come a time where art isn’t part of my life in some way. I am a member of the Wake Forest Guild of Artists, a “RAW” alumna, and I belong to the Arts North Carolina organization. Because of these affiliations, I have been fortunate to be a part of exhibitions at Chatham University, The Renaissance Center in Wake Forest, and The Ritz in Raleigh. Quite simply, I love art: the history, the theories, the physical execution of technique, and finally, the ultimate reward for my efforts - authentically unique, one-of-a-kind, original paintings. “If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you; I am here to live out loud.” ~ Emile Zola

Molly Cassidy

Molly Cassidy is a mixed-media artist living in Raleigh. Often inspired by the written word, her ambition is to connect, communicate, and share her revelations with others. An advocate for self-discovery and the art of embracing mistakes, she feels whether it be a haven, a forum, or an outlet, it is imperative to demonstrate and to bring awareness to the many ways Art can provide for all.

Dan Woodruff

Dan Woodruff is an artist living and working in downtown Raleigh. His work is simultaneously beautiful and ugly. He celebrates the oddballs we encounter every day; his characters are about quirks and blemishes, each of them embracing the things Photoshop removes.

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