Is there anything more wonderful than a work of art? Artsy Shark takes you on a tour of our artist friends creating in their studios and on location. Click the link in any caption to see the artist’s portfolio.
Artist Alisa Steady with a finished painting. “I love all the color conversations that take place in a painting.”
Roberto Centazzo of Stonefolio in his photo shop. Cutting stones with his trusty tool, his mosaic hammer version 1.0, no upgrades for the last 2000 years!
Sarah Stone, working on a new oil painting, “Afternoon Dream,” in her sunny canyon studio.
Cate McCauley burns her detailed illustrations on watercolor paper with a heated metal-tipped pen.
Ron Bushaw works in his studio on a portrait of Jeff Bridges from the Coen Brothers remake of “True Grit.”
Artist Allison Coelho Picone places the finishing touch on her Queen Anne’s Lace painting “Pure in Heart.”
Metal sculptor Rich Baker transforms steel into vibrant manifestations of human, animal and natural form, creating one of a kind works of art.
Sitting among splashes of color, Betty M. M. Wong works in her home studio.
Well-dressed photographer Torbjörn Swenelius gets ready for a wildlife session.
Painter Cathy Abramson at work on her urban reflections series.
Artist Sharron Okines loves the process of carving a lino plate.
Philip Frey plein air painting on top of Cadillac Mountain, Maine in Acadia National Park during the summer of 2013.
Artist Michelle Twohig creates a triptych of equine images on her computer.
Mark Waller doing what he loves best – throwing paint around, and even getting some of it on the canvas!
Abstract painter Hélène Messier adding a touch of white to an almost finished up painting.
Fiber artist Carol Bridges works on a quilt in her studio.
Betsy Frahm has a beautiful studio in her basement, but she doesn’t like being isolated all the time, so she makes her dining room, kitchen, and even the beach her studio.
Sol Hill puts in long hours in his Santa Barbara studio finishing work for two shows.
Roberta London gets up close and personal to photograph the Florida landscape.