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| La Conner
|La Conner Arts Foundation serves communities through art education, exhibitions, and other events. Gifting student scholarships and public art is our focus.
|It has been said that I paint memories.
Most of my paintings are done in a series - such as Vintage Service Stations, Lighthouses, Barns, etc.
I always try to include as much detail as possible without striving for photo realism.|
|Hand blown art glass, sculpture, lighting, home, office, guarden, decore, gifts, awards, vases, bowls, goblets & wine glasses, floats, platters, lamps, cremation, ash pieces|
|My goal has been, and still is, to produce paintings that freeze in time the memories of beautiful places that I have visited. Subsequently the vast majority of my landscapes have been produced using the "Plein-air" technique.|
|Ms. O'Brien is an American professional artist working in oil, acrylic and gouache painting, papier mache sculpture and fused painted glass. |
|I believe, for a person to truly feel a painting or poem, an artist or poet needs to be a fearless seeker of truth. To reveal the honesty of emotion within ones subject. If this is done, the experience will linger in viewer/readers mind. |
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Fatima was born in Europe and is of Russian heritage. She received degrees at the Fashion Institute of Technology and C.W. Post University in New York. The Russian Impressionists captured her interest early on. After a 25...|
2020 Alder Grove Gallery, Aberdeen, WA , Represented
2019 Exhibits The Power of Small Things , Port Angeles Art Center, Port Angeles, WA, Aug. 17-Sept. 29 Black and White Show , Alder Grove Gallery, Aberdeen, WA, August 2-Sept. 5...|
|Patricia Resseguie is a fine art fiber artist creating 2-D and sculptural work. She currently works with sewing thread as a medium, using free motion embroidery to create the work.|
| 50% goes to charity. "Buy a gift - give a gift". The gallery contains all handmade items, ceramic tiles, fused glass, jewelry, anodized aluminum, scarfs, horseshoe nail art and more.|
|Jane Penman Necklaces are organic stone necklaces in which I personally cut the stone in a free form and low profile technique that I developed. I surround the stone in art work of silver, creating Art Jewelry that is "LANDSCAPE INSIDE ARCHITECTURE".|
|abstract painting, art classes, art parties, clay work, lampworking, silversmithing, mask making, birds, flowers, oil, pastels|
|Seeking, risking, and making art, and sharing joys, challenges, successes and lessons learned. Dee paints with acrylics, watercolors wax and mixes media. She teaches and demos in weekly classes and periodic workshops in the Pacific Northwest |
|Each piece is uniquely hand crafted from dichroic glass and fused in my kiln. No two pieces are alike. When I create each of my designs I also decorate the backs. My motto is, "You gotta look good whether you're comin' or goin'".|
|Creating art and expressing from within what I identify with, care about and appreciate. I use visual and physical textures and I paint images that are from common subjects to abstract expressions of the spirit. |
|Since 1991, American sculptor, Beverly Zimmer has created equine and animal sculpture and jewelry. Her work has been collected worldwide. She is known for intensely sculpted jewelry designs to life-size sculpture. She specializes in horses and wildlife.|
|Jeffrey Zigulis makes masks in his studio on beautiful Camano Island, Washington. His masks are finished in several different styles, Dream Masks, Japanese Paper Masks, Totem Masks, and Money Masks. His site will let you meet him learn about his work.|
|Working in steel and resin, the body of work represented by my sculpture often depicts the graceful, but sometimes quirky, nature of nature. |
|These are samples of my work, where family and beloved possessions are the frequent celebrities and icons in my art. I would love to be given the opportunity to interpret the icons in your life in my colorful, humorous ever evolving personal style.|
| A Collection of Diverse Paintings and Photographs Featuring Women, Women of Color, Pattern Design, and Spiritual Images in Nature.
|Lily works primarily with glue tempera on silk which requires a special technique of applying the color pigment with glue onto stretched silk; she has also created images in various formats and media including acrylic painting, ink on rice paper & prints.|
|Sally Abbey is a pastel painter of fine art animal & landscape paintings. Careful attention is paid to detail while maintaining a mood of tranquility in a painterly fashion. |
| I focus on natural forms using impressionistic and abstract styles. My art is Acrylic or watercolor based, painted on textured surfaces. I use textured paper, illustration board, canvas and wood.
|I am a painter, horseback rider and a fair to middling piano player. I have always been an artist—I sold my first blue ribbon, award-winning painting when I was about 13 years old at the Missoula County Fair in western Montana.
I don’t aspire to the...|
|Most of my work is concerned with capturing the essence of things. Some works are nature oriented, others make a social/political statement. I use a variety of media: oil, collage, watercolor, and assemblages.|
|An association of visual artists in the Marysville WA area interested getting together to discuss their own art, learn more about art, get their art out before the public, and encourage young artists.|
|This year's December pottery show and sale has been CANCELLED!!!! I intend to have my show again next year, and to participate in other events, so please check this site for details. |
|Paintings in oil on canvas, hand carved ceramics and fine prints from watercolors. Themes reflect on the interconnectedness of forests, birds and water and human nature art. Thompson art is inspired by dreams and journeys into nature.|
|Capturing your attention and creating an emotional bond with her subjects is the intent of Sallie Lynn Davis, international wildlife artist. Collectors of Davis' creations have described her art as captivating, spellbinding, breathtaking and transporting. |
| My abstract paintings are a visual interpretation of emotional energy. Many appear to be surreal landscapes. In my gyotaku printing only an impression of the fish is given. My intention is to create images that have a viseral impact on the viewer.|