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|We are a group of five women that reside in southwestern rural MI; we paint together on a weekly basis in a 100 year old school. Landscapes, florals, wildlife and abstracts using a variety of mediums. Exceptional original fine art at fair market value.|
|Artist Doug Powell uses computer keys to create large scale statement making masterpieces. His works are collected by Ripley’s Museums, Marriot, Mary Kay, Intel, University of Miami
as well as many other Corporate and commercial collectors.|
|Originally born in NYC my current studio is situated on a lake outside of Chicago. Having exhibited and sold work throughout the major metropolis my art reaches many levels, Author of Exposing Yourself To The Performing Arts. BVT Publishing |
|Fine art, sculpture, collage, assemblage, jewelry, mixed media, drawings, limited edition prints, Note cards, portraiture, figurative, mixed media art.
|Surrealistic paintings incorporating pop icons and images. Created with collage elements, acrylic paint and textures. Paintings populated with images of Hollywood stars.|
Artist Statement: “I love painting to spark curiosity and joy.”
CURIOSITY: Led me into my third creative career. Viewing art in Barcelona some years ago I became curious about the whys and hows of artists’ work. Sparked by that curiosity,...|
|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.|
|Fine art watercolors, childrens portraits, doggy and pet portraits by renowned artist Pam Kazal . Also children's book illustrations and fine art prints for sale. Other mediums..oil, acrylic, silk dyes, commisions accepted by contacting the artist.|
|Mary Lee McNutt (1921-2005) produced colorful abstract and representational paintings in oil, watercolor and acrylic, many of which are held now in private collections. Some early work featured metaphysical imagery, later work landscapes.|
|I am an artist referring to my childhood memories for my paintings, in oils and encaustic and I have notions about space and time which inform my abstract paintings. I am fascinated by concepts of time not being linear and multiverses, unknown dimensions. |
|My original watercolor paintings are loosely realistic to abstract interpretations of my impressions and experiences with nature. Passion for painting is evident in my vivid, textural, and bold watercolors. Seemingly ordinary themes - rocks, trees, water|
|Beautiful paintings, drawings, photography, posters and cards, by Australian Artist Jinari Mountain. Symbolic, figurative, inspired subject matter.....|
|Unique, original political gear for the whole family. Posters, pen and ink portraits and other original artwork |
|I work with watercolor, mixed media and the form of the book. Natural forms, especially microscopic images, inform my work. I am drawn to the unseen and the unknown.
|The official Online Exhibition of the works of the late Geaorgette Seabrooke Powell. Artist, activist, community leader, loving mother and Grandmother|
|Vibrant expressionist paintings in 0il and acrylic of the america west, commissioned dog portraits, landscapes, rodeo events, Native Americans|
|Gwen has studied painting, printmaking, book arts and textile arts. Gwen is currently painting with acrylics. Her painting style is a blend of expressionism and Fauvism. Gwen teaches approaches to expressive abstraction (acrylics),and drawing.
|Fine Art inspired by nature and spirituality including: paintings, photographs, collages, jewelry, fiber and textile art
Healing Arts include: Art activities for self discovery, Usui Reiki , yoga and Pranic healing, young living essential oils, crystals, |
|I am a professional artist, painter, sculptor & designer.. wrote art criticisms and artistic studies.
My art has been written about by many art critics and journalists.|
| I believe that all things are interconnected, "The Weave of Life."
My exploration through various art mediums: mix media, painting, photography, dance and love of music enhances my creative spirit to share my whimsical artful gems...enjoy|
|A small intimate gallery in a rural setting, that specialises in original affordable art, local quality crafts, unusual gift items, holistic & spiritual supplies.
|Coastal Artists us a non-profit association of award-winning multimedia artists. Their purpose is the foster awareness, understanding and appreciation of the fine arts in the general public.|
|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...|
|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 |
|Figure, plein air painting and architectural subject matter are my passions. In my travels, the diverse building styles of Europe and the Far East have been inspirational. In my paintings, I strive to show the sunlight and shadow patterns to create a mood.|
|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.|
|Printmaking that utilize layers of colors, shapes, textures .
Chine-collé” technique is used to add multi dimensional effects to the prints.
|I have always loved to dabble in arts of every medium. My strong area has been beaded woven jewelry, and most recently I have experienced the beauty of watercolors. I am educated in the graphics area but love to work my unique watercolors and jewelry. |
|romantic, figurative, deconstructionist, mixed media from a queer perspective with a view toward eco-awareness, reclamation & sustainability...|
|What enchants a viewer about Sasanka’s works is the surge of passionate strokes that stand vertically slash horizontally, weaving a lovely brightness of activity. |
|Artwork depicting the environment and life.
This website is currently under construction, but feel free to visit the pages and return to see more of my art. - Jean|
|Die! Mythographer, Die! Puts the lies to the test. Do you think everything is as it seems to be? Or even as it is'nt? These visionary and mentally/spiritually dense images serve as koans to Wake You Up!!
|Art Organization Creating Fine Art in the San Diego Peninsula Communities. Local Point Loma and Ocean Beach artists show & sell their work: painting in oils, watercolor, pastels; photography, pottery, ceramics, weaving, wood working and scultures.|
|The function of this website to provide a forum for showing my work and for communicating with friends and students of art. Mentoring other artists that are beginning their own journey will be a primary focus. |
|Art classes in Lincoln for children aged 5 years to 12 years. Classes are run after school and Saturdays.
I run classes from my new purpose built garden studio. I have spaces for 4 children per session.
Original alcohol ink paintings for sale.
I have been working with mixed media and collage for 15 years. Using wood boards (both weathered and new) as a canvas, I incorporate stones, feathers, bark, resin, bones, animal skulls, metal, glass and found objects with acrylic mediums and paints.
| 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.|
My art emerges from deep inside. I am led by intuition to discover what line, shape, and color have to show me as I play with paint and form. My intention is to stretch toward images my deep self chooses to reveal. Sometimes my...|
|Coming to the desert was a turning point for me, I knew I had found my place for new ideas and personal growth. It is a harsh envirnment and takes determination to remain and survive as an artist and desert dweller. It teaches and inspires.|
|I think of my artwork not just as a means of personal expression, but as a way to share with others, my delight & excitement in things I find around me. I revel in the discovery of apparently insignificant items, textures, colors, shapes, etc.|