Williams artistic focus is on tranquility-- her compositions emphasize the potential of nature and the human spirit. Her paintings reflect a meditative calm with "an assurance of resiliency and resolve to heal the soul". Her multi-layered pieces are imbued with intuitive color and bold brushwork as a vehicle for the voice of the strong feminine, weaving nature's story across time.
Potter's work is a reflection of his relationship between spirituality and nature. He paints intuitively, using a combination of materials such as paint, Sumi ink, plaster, tile grout and found objects which are layered to create the effect of passing time and the endless cycle of birth and decay. chuckpotterart.net
Kline describes her paintings as "Operas in the Sky." Her technique follows the Renaissance painters who use multiple layers of paint and glazing to create the luminous quality of light almost radiating off the canvas. It is her distinct way of celebrating the beauty of nature we experience every day. cherylkline.com
C.W. Slade begins her process by openly journaling on the canvas. She lets curiosity grow by sharing her wonder in the human experience. Layers of paint continue to build, leaving fragments of sentences and collaged pieces for the viewer to take part in the journey.
John M. White is a painter, sculptor and performance artist. He has been exhibiting publicly over 40 years and is represented in several major museum collections. His paintings and drawings are considered "abstracted landscapes," frequently incorporating his personalized symbols johnmwhite.com
Laura’s style has largely developed from a practice steeped in experimentation and intuition. Her ongoing connection is with the creative energy that informs all inspired human activity. She is hopeful that people can feel that energy in the paintings.
Denise Cerro's current work merges assemblage with fine art painting, often using cast-off papers and substrates to create layers and textures which serve as a ground upon which her semi-abstract paintings are built.
Linda is classically trained in using oil paints, taking us back to the renaissance era. Her oil paintings are often several layers of paint and linseed oil creating the same luminosity as the classic Renaissance painters.She often uses metaphor to convey her interpretation of world affairs to the viewer. With many layers, shines through a depth of light and shadow.
Lynne Deutch is an artist and travel photographer. She focuses on everyday life from remote places in the world, sharing in the beauty of our everyday scenes, vulnerabilities, and joys.
All of Vokert's work is based on historical works of art to which he adds a contemporary social or political twist. This particular piece, Evidence (Air): After Trumbull, contains test tubes with air captured from the room in which the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Sheila Daube is an abstract expressionist painter, best known for artworks in dark, rich tones steeped in mythology, pop culture and wit. Her sensuous surfaces and jewel tone colors invite the viewer in to experience the delight of the world as she sees it.
Ashlie Benton's evocative paintings deploy a unique vocabulary of visual forms. Horses and hands. Coyotes and crowns. Mysterious geometric symbols, suggestive traces of text, and expressive fragments of human anatomy. Benton's work is both emotionally mysterious and physically seductive. In doing so, she shows up how surprising juxtapositions can point to new, unexpected meanings.
Marshall is very interested in the relationship between people and their surroundings, especially with regard to the Golden Mean, the Mandelbrot Set and other mathematical ratios. She does all sizes of beautifully colored abstracts.
Samantha Freedman is a lifelong learner, always seeking new ways to add depth to her work. She is a painter, designer and minimalistic, figurative, line drawing artist.
Walter W Impert plays Abstraction off against a high degree of Realism in his recent work. It is a little like a classical concerto, where a solo instrument is highlighted against the orchestra, at times taking the lead, at others giving way to the orchestra itself, and at others playing in harmony with the orchestra. His polished, realistic imagery is like the soloist, and the gestural or geometric abstraction is like the orchestra, an equal partner, and not just a "background." In this way, like a yin-yang, he finds an unexpected harmony or unity of seeming opposites.
Sandy Brooke addresses how art relates to human life while suspending in time the collective environmental chaos around the world. She shares impactful moments as to cause thought toward the irreversible force of change.
Schubert is an abstract expressionist who works on a large birch panel, often topped with a coat of resin. Dragging, spraying, dripping, smearing and scraping while alternating between paint and resin, numerous times, renders a startling effect in which the paint layers appear to “float”
Loschuk cleverly uses focus as a physical, visual and conceptual tool to create subtle spatial uncertainty and an eerie luminosity. She captures that which breaks into her gaze upward. Her work can be large in scale while still appreciating the negative space and minimal simplicity.
Boyer is an abstract artist known for his brazen paintings and bold palette. His work expresses itself from an Art Brut path with inspirations from the Mid-Century greats such as Willem de Kooning. Dale's highly textured, multi-layered paintings provide the opportunity for exploration into the emotional state of the artist.
Beanie Kaman is a painter and textile artist who uses vivid colors to express the shared joy of this life and mankind's commonality in the desire to connect with others. The years she has spent collecting old maps, precious cloth and papers gives light into her own personal experiences.
Roschko's work is based on the study of forms, shapes and lines in a spatial atmosphere. She works intuitively to express colorful abstract paintings. Her work is lyrical and elusive, inviting the viewer to delve into her inner world.
Vestergaard is a visual artist who paints and draws expressionist mental landscapes using silicate paint and mixed media. Her gestural lines, colors and shapes visualize complex open stories about human fragility and identity while preserving the energy of a sketch. Vestergaard works from her studio in Santa Barbara, California and is represented in numerous private collections both nationally and internationally.
Humans have been drawing pictures even before learning to write. Drawing is the basis of all visual arts. Garcia's drawings are not pre-cursors to paintings but rather observations...a moment in time, captured at the height of the plant’s life, before it is gone.
Lister comes from a background of working in Hollywood as a scenic painter. His work now has a theatrical quality, staged with props, cut profiles and backdrops, painted in vibrant iridescent colors.
Walther’s layered abstracts explore how we balance our connection to the digital world with our connection to our inner selves and to nature. Her work is intended to take us on contemplative journeys of sorts by highlighting these realms.
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