Dallas Blue at Dallas Blue Art "My work is oil on canvas, paper or wood with a combination of new and traditional medium.
Recent paintings are several layers deep, reflecting more light than previous work.
I paint abstract earthscapes as viewed from space.
I still value and use minimum construction”but view the earth from a different perspective.
I hope to transport you to a lovely, thoughtful place by stimulating your mind, spirit and senses. "
I am a 3-D storyteller who creates a moment in time with handcrafted items while using a 1:12” scale.
Contemporary American landscape artist. " My work is a metaphor for my experience. I see color, form and energy. I see our world."
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Her art is diverse in medium and subject, but always includes a cross somewhere in the piece. She readily admits that the cross is the source from which her strength comes.
Diane Fraser, Abstract Oil Painter
Plein air artist. Amie Gonser is largely a an oil painter Texas life.
Colored Pencil Artist.
"I observe, and draw the rhythm, color, form, and essence of nature. In studio, I reference these drawings to create final works. Composites of drawings past and present weave their way into my final pieces using acrylic and mixed media on rag paper, canvas, and wood."
Photography on metal. Miraflores Lima isn’t often mentioned for its beauty, but catching a sunset on Lima’s Malecón will be an experience that is second to none - Spectacular colors of reflection. For more see here.
Multi faceted Photographer. Contact: http://photographybytedkeller.com
Photography by Ted Keller provides compelling photographic art as archival prints and stunning stock images for your publications. Walls of many homes, offices, and businesses are decorated with our enlargements sold on-line, in art/craft stores, and at trade fairs. Visit Ted Keller's Photo Gallery wall at the Framer's Gallery "Gallery Off the Square," 610 S. Main St., Georgetown Texas.
Sky Khan at About Sky Khan presents her approach to interdisciplinary art. Sky's projects have been mentioned twice in The New York Times. She has studied painting at The Art Students League of NY and The Contemporary Austin, as well as interior design principles at NY School of Interior Design. She has taught at SUNY’s Fashion Institute of Technology and holds a Master’s degree in Marketing from NYU.
I create Fun Art. My style has been a balancing act between cartoons and fine art. I strive for a level mix of bold and refined, simple and complex, instant impact and layered meanings.
By pushing the limits of color, light, lines and reality, McAllis creates art that evokes an emotional response to the beauty around us. Contact McAllisArtist@gmail.com
Jack is a professional Photographer of longstanding in the Central Texas area. He is known for innovative printing techniques as well as creative composition. Contact: monicaandjack.com
Monica Puryear has been creating art since childhood and is currently in the Gallery off the Square in Georgetown and the Tiemann Gallery in Round Rock!
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Contemporary Southwest artist. “Painting is my way of getting to know a place. For reference I use field sketches and studies that help fix the moment in my mind. These images are a ready reference to be resolved as I continue to develop as an artist and human being."
Mary Schwindt has been taking photographs since she was a student at the University of New Mexico where she graduated with an emphasis in photography. In those days, she shot with an old 35 mm camera and developed her own film and prints. Today she works strictly in digital, using mostly her Samsung Galaxy phone.
Floral and Still Life representational art in oils. "I love painting reflective materials such as glass and metal contrasted with delicate complex materials such as cloth or flowers." Contact:
Abstract Artist Diane Sandlin, dianesandlinstudios.com. "My work is about roots, rootedness and connections, one to the other. I explore just below the surface of consciousness, drawing from my own inner world and marrying it with outside influences. ...Ordinary experiences such as the wind swaying tall grasses, the sheer magnitude of the night sky, graceful interactions between people captivate my imagination. "
Lilly Ramphal Naley MD was a physician who has been dedicated to oil painting since 2018 when she retired from the medicinal arts and now likes to say she heals souls with paint and brush on canvas. She still volunteers her medical services for charity. https://artfromlillysheart.artspan.com/home or on facebook.com/artfromlillysheart
Mozelle Marks paintings are traditional with a more impressionistic style. She is inspired by everyday life and the desire to interpret her feelings of the moment into her art.
Painting for her is a journey with inspiration from a moment that has meaning to her, and hopefully will capture the viewer's attention. See here for more.
Involved in the photographic arts since 1976, The 3-Eyed Man strives to capture and create images that are much more than straight-forward documentations. His images combine environmental compositions with personal and surreal interpretations, transformations, and abstractions.
Creating art has always been Kathy Miller’s core desire. Growing up in Michigan inspired many paintings and drawings of the outdoors, especially trees and roads. Hand built pottery, fiber and textiles added another dimension to her work. Her palate of various mediums was advanced with an art degree from Western Michigan University. Fused glass and mosaic also appear.
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Martha Kull says of her photo collage art work,
"The process starts with an overall idea. Then I look for photos that work well together and trim them to get just the section I want. I arrange and rearrange them on a correctly sized surface until I am satisfied with the basic design. Then I paint in the background, glue down the photo pieces, and finish off with more paint to fill in holes and better tie the images together. "
See Martha's work here!
My true passion has always been painting. Balancing motherhood and painting have been my greatest challenge. I am a seeker and a self-taught artist. My work is an expression of my inner quest and vulnerabilities. It represents the curiosity of my soul. I have tapped into my shamanic studies to channel my oil paint strokes. These pieces softly communicate the connection between nature and all of us, a space where respite and healing can be found.
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