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This adorable horse ornament is made from a recycled incandescent lightbulb.
Mane Support Equine Counselors' Gallery
Mane Support is a nonprofit organization that provides a ministry through equine-assisted grief counseling to children, youth, teens, and adults who have experienced a death, who are anticipating the death of someone they know or who have experienced other types of trauma. Mane Support is located in Blount and Roane Counties in TN with services offered to the surrounding areas. To purchase a Horse Ornament http://bit.ly/MSOrnaments on Etsy.
Deede has been creating artwork since childhood in various forms. Growing up in the country, there were unending opportunities of things to paint or paint on. She really enjoys experimenting with various mediums.
Deede specializes in Pet Portraits. Her portraits are unique because of the use of acrylic textures, paper tearing and color pourings on canvas as well as watercolor paper. The colors are vibrant and enhance each subject. Deede's love of animals can be seen in her other artwork as well. She has painted landscapes, stilllife, abstracts and stone animals.She loves people’s reaction to her artwork!
Deede truly hopes you will enjoy looking through her gallery. She has also included examples of her artwork that's not for sale, but will...
| ||ABR cares for orphaned and injured black bear cubs for return to their natural wild habitat; increases public awareness about coexisting with black bears; and studies all aspects of returning cubs to the wild. Giving Bears a Second Chance.
I enjoy creating each new Bear and all proceeds from Bear Ornament sales benefit Appalachian Bear Rescue.
Coming Soon 2020 Christmas "Retro" Bear!
If you'd like to purchase a "Retro" Bear this July, be sure to check out appalachianbearrescue.org and click on store.|
| ||Abstract creation is oh so much fun to do! I enjoy creating new and exciting forms of painting! |
| ||Appalachian Reflections is an acrylic collaborative painting by three artists –Susan Tolson, Gail Karnoupakis and Deede Edele.
Comprised of nine panels visualizing an Appalachian Sunset over Butterfly Gap in Maryville, Tennessee. Each artist completed three panels; one of the sky, one of the mid-range and one of the foreground, not in vertical order.|
| ||Artwork in this gallery will be available for new Blount Habitat home owners. All pieces are donated by local artists and each home owner, who closes on their new home, may choose one piece of art. The art piece chosen will be presented by the artist to the homeowner during the dedication ceremony.|
| ||Blount Memorial Hospital requested that we start an art program designed to give infusion patients a fun diversion while waiting for infusion to begin, during infusion treatments or with family members who were waiting. This has been so successful that the nurses on duty always want to join in or if they are too busy, we make a project for them to take home or display in their office. We meet once per month.|
| ||Chalk Art comes in many forms. Chalk, chalk markers, pastels, chalk paint pens. It is a fun and unique way to express artwork. |
| ||My Fiber Art Flower Bowl has the patina of a vintage porcelain piece. I use recycled paper forms for all my fiber art pieces with a torn handmade paper and acrylic paint technique on the surface. I chose to use a metallic Renaissance Gold paint as highlights and to cover the interior of the bowl.|
| ||All my landscapes involve vibrant colors. Life is colorful and that is the way I paint! |
| ||All of the notecards have been created from my original artwork. |
| ||Ornaments of Joy sponsored by Vienna Coffee House and Vienna Coffee Company,LLC works with charitable organizations to sell local artists' handpainted or decorated ornaments with all sales benefitting the organization.
| ||Colorful backgrounds add a whimsical backdrop for the hues used in skintone, hair and clothing. I use acrylic textures, paper and acrylic paint to create beautiful portraits.|
| ||Each one of my pet portraits show personality! Pets are my favorite paintings. I love animals!! |
| ||Pieces are created with newspaper, cardboard and torn packing paper. Amazing what paper can look like in a new form. |
| ||Giving stills a new and creative twist! Always trying new techniques! |
| ||Stone Art is a wonderful way to create likelike animals and buildings. Keep checking back for new creations to be added. Luke 19:40
| ||Folk Art is characterized by a naive style, in which traditional rules of proportion and perspective are not employed.