Featured Artist Barbara Harmer

Purple Mountains Majesty

Inspiration comes from nature, photos, my imagination, dreams and themed art shows. Sometimes the paper takes on a life of itʼs own and dictates how the finished piece turns out. I donʼt fight it and it usually works itself out.

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Featured Artist Goran Petmil

Fear

The most exciting moment in my process of creating abstract or realistic collages is the creative process and the assemblage.

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Featured Artist Bettina Sego

Rainbow 4

I paint and collage fragments which are reminiscent of and inspired by the turquoise water, the saturated greens of the foliage, the colors of the rainbows, the blue sky and the intensity of the sun.

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Featured Artist Sheri Trepina

A Walk at Tally Lake, MT

Once I remove the weights, leaves and sometimes some of the rice paper, I have the beginning of my composition. The unveiling is always a surprise and is where my mind swirls with ideas, all the possibilities of how to develop and work from the marks in front of me.

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Featured Artist Claudia Roulier

Nowhere To Run

I’m looking at how to create a mood or emotional connection by using color and lighting and making the subject matter secondary to that goal.

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The Art of Color

A Bird in the Hand

Enjoy this photo article as artist friends share their work and talk about the importance of color in their art.

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Featured Artist Kim Ellery

Dark into Light

My method of painting is a mixture of the many workshops and knowledge I have collected throughout the years, along with the pure freedom of painting intuitively.

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Featured Artist Kerri Warner

Office Party

The time it takes to develop and produce my collage work varies depending on the size and details of the subject.

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Featured Artist Gerard Frances

Painting

Art is the expression of all cultures.

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Featured Artist Gaye White

My Best Dress

By layering components in my work it adds another dimension that is not possible without the collage base and hopefully with engage people longer when they look at the painting.

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Featured Artist Brut Carniollus

Lights of Santiago

Discovery of photography not long after enabled me to paint with light. And started countless hours in darkroom, dipping fingers in chemicals and waiting for unexpected images to show at last.

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Featured Artist Bob Craig

Cave Paintings

The objective is giving the viewer an interesting pattern of detail up close and at the same time presenting a seemingly complete image at a distance.

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Featured Artist Alan Richards

"Big House Show-Offs. Just Who Do They They Think They Are Anyway?"

I like the satirical pieces best because they portray the inner feelings I have in a humorous or whimsical way

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Exercises in Creativity

Nick Bantock 500

The moment you jump tracks and you start to work a different way, suddenly your work takes on a huge degree of freshness.

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