Artist Showcase Late Spring 2019

Catch this collection of artists in this showcase featuring a wide range of subject, style and inspiration. Click on each artist’s name to see more of their work.


"La Cage dun Fou" Chalk on Vintage Collaged French Book Pages, 38" x 36" by Artist Louise LaPlante

“La Cage dun Fou” Chalk on Vintage Collaged French Book Pages, 38″ x 36″ by Artist Louise LaPlante


Louise Laplante

My work connects the texts, and ideas, in the vintage book, music or correspondence pages, with images those words evoke to comment on how the past still resonates, whether we are aware of it or not.


"Yellow Sky 6" Oil, 40" x 30" by Artist Fayne Muldoon

“Yellow Sky 6″ Oil, 40″ x 30” by Artist Fayne Muldoon


Fayne Muldoon

I’ve only been painting for five years and am mostly self-taught. Oil painting has become my passion. When I paint, I do not feel that I paint the painting; I feel that the painting paints through me.


"Infinite" Acrylic on Canvas, 48" x 36" by Artist Kelly Corbett

“Infinite” Acrylic on Canvas, 48″ x 36″ by Artist Kelly Corbett


Kelly Corbett

As a realist painter my motivation is to share my visual experiences; to bring the outside in and pay tribute to the natural world while reminding us how rewarding it can be to reconnect with nature.


"Early Summer Riot" Acrylic, Pastel and Pencil on Canvas, 60" x 48" by Artist Rozsi Adean Moser

“Early Summer Riot” Acrylic, Pastel and Pencil on Canvas, 60″ x 48″ by Artist Rozsi Adean Moser


Rozsi Adean Moser

I paint for the sheer joy of it. I love to combine paint and pastels, charcoal, ink, and pencil into most of my paintings. For “Early Summer Riot,” I was dreaming of July while immersed in a snowy Massachusetts January.


"Wyoming Girl" Oil on Linen, 24" x 20" by Artist Stephanie Berry

“Wyoming Girl” Oil on Linen, 24″ x 20″ by Artist Stephanie Berry


Stephanie Berry

Viewers of my work will hopefully experience some sort of remembrance or connection that’s uniquely theirs. I love the process of creating with oils, always seeking a harmony of color, texture and space.


"Pirouette" Mixed Media Sculpture, 13" x 75" x 7" by Artist Phyllis Kravitz

“Pirouette” Mixed Media Sculpture, 13″ x 75″ x 7″ by Artist Phyllis Kravitz


Phyllis Kravitz

My approach to creating is both experimental and intuitive and based on personal life experiences. I feel that each of us is a vessel and carries thoughts, feelings, joys, sorrows and dreams. We are the container.


"Fall River" Acrylic, 18" x 24" by Artist Connie Velin

“Fall River” Acrylic, 18″ x 24″ by Artist Connie Velin


Connie Velin

Often color is the impetus for my painting, but my background in dance and sculpture quickly comes into play. I love to explore movement, mass, void, rhythm, line and shape.


"Bonded" Acrylic on Canvas, 8" x 8" by Artist Janice Pluma

“Bonded” Acrylic on Canvas, 8″ x 8″ by Artist Janice Pluma


Janice Pluma

I like texture, color and combining unorthodox elements into a cohesive composition. Working in an abstract style helps me complete an inner connection with viewers in that private space that assumes priority over words.


"Mixed Lilies" Watercolor, 21" x 21" by Artist Tanis Bula

“Mixed Lilies” Watercolor, 21″ x 21″ by Artist Tanis Bula


Tanis Bula

I am a watercolor artist who loves to paint florals. I am working on a series with a more graphic approach. I like to see lots of contrast with value changes.


"Collision" Oil and Acrylic, 30" x 24" by Artist Jo Mitchell

“Collision” Oil and Acrylic, 30″ x 24″ by Artist Jo Mitchell


Jo Mitchell

I strive for essence, reacting to how an event or object makes me feel, rather than attempting to show how it merely “looks.” Always, the process leads me, not the other way around.


"Pink Sky at Night" Acrylic, 16" x 20" by Artist Kelley Batson Howard

“Pink Sky at Night” Acrylic, 16″ x 20″ by Artist Kelley Batson Howard


Kelley Batson Howard

I love to use bold colors and layers of transparent paints to show the beauty and textures in the world around us. I aspire to leave the viewer with positive emotions that trigger good memories and feelings.


"Daybreak" Acrylic on Canvas, 12" x 12" by Artist Michelle Dinelle

“Daybreak” Acrylic on Canvas, 12″ x 12″ by Artist Michelle Dinelle


Michelle Dinelle

My creative process evolves intuitively from what I can only describe as a blissful “altered state.” Blending my chosen colors directly on the canvas leads the way and adding my signature whimsical dots completes each journey.


"Last Light on the Marsh" Acrylic on Canvas, 34" x 24" by Artist Robert Hinkelman

“Last Light on the Marsh” Acrylic on Canvas, 34″ x 24″ by Artist Robert Hinkelman


Robert Hinkelman

I paint landscapes, seascapes and wildlife captured in strong colors with stirring sunrises and sunsets. A buyer once said my art is “like looking out a window.” I’m good with that.


"Reflection" Watercolor, 11" x 7.75" by Artist Gayle Isabelle Ford

“Reflection” Watercolor, 11″ x 7.75″ by Artist Gayle Isabelle Ford


Gayle Isabelle Ford

The play of light and shadow always intrigues me. I enjoy bringing the beauty of nature and fascinating faces to the attention of the viewer.


"Abundant Wildflowers" Acrylic with Modeling Paste, 61cm x 61cm by Artist Lisa Frances Judd

“Abundant Wildflowers” Acrylic with Modeling Paste, 61cm x 61cm by Artist Lisa Frances Judd


Lisa Frances Judd

My art is inspired by nature which I interpret in my unique abstract style. Subjects include flowers, trees and landscapes. I often feature a lot of texture and metallic paint. Creation methods include scraping, palette knife, fine tipped applicators and sea-sponges.


"A Land Faraway" Photograph on Aluminum, 26" x 20" by Artist Mary Gerakaris

“A Land Faraway” Photograph on Aluminum, 26″ x 20″ by Artist Mary Gerakaris


Mary Gerakaris

I enjoy evoking questions in the viewer’s mind by using color and composition in an unusual way. This image is from a collection of abstractions formed by details in manmade objects which I found not only colorful but thought provoking.


"The Moments that Matter" Colored Pencil on Claybord, 20" x 8" by Artist Tara M. Santoro

“The Moments that Matter” Colored Pencil on Claybord, 20″ x 8″ by Artist Tara M. Santoro


Tara M. Santoro

I am a colored pencil artist who creates whimsical art using a palette inspired by the Impressionists. When people view my artwork, I hope it brings a smile to their face and brightens their day.


"Endangered Species" Oil and Charcoal/Laser Print on Canvas, 22" x 32" by Artist Laura Bell

“Endangered Species” Oil and Charcoal/Laser Print on Canvas, 22″ x 32″ by Artist Laura Bell


Laura Bell

Photos, collage, laser prints—these create a pulse as grounds in my paintings, a continuous call-and-response. That click of significance—Richard Dreyfuss shaping mashed potatoes in Close Encounters, insisting, “This means something.”


"Late Autumn Afternoon - Bubble Rock at Jordon Park in Acaida National Park, Maine" Photography, Various Sizes by Artist J. Carlee Adams

“Late Autumn Afternoon – Bubble Rock at Jordon Park in Acaida National Park, Maine” Photography, Various Sizes by Artist J. Carlee Adams


J. Carlee Adams

My objective is to capture the moment, mood, or characteristics of an amazing place and share it with the viewer. I want people to engage in my photos, to see the beauty, and receive a sense of peace and calmness.


"Kintsugi" Resin with Mica Pigments, 24" x 36" by Artist Susan Stokes

“Kintsugi” Resin with Mica Pigments, 24″ x 36″ by Artist Susan Stokes


Susan Stokes

My process is a dance with the painting—layers of free flowing colors are added repeatedly, then permeated with various chemicals. Using this method, I am able to achieve unique results.


"Becoming Clear" Oil and Cold Wax, 25" x 25" by Artist Jane Mishkind

“Becoming Clear” Oil and Cold Wax, 25″ x 25″ by Artist Jane Mishkind


Jane Mishkind

In an impressionistic, tonal style I hope to convey an emotional connection. My greatest hope is that my work gives its viewers this same sense of comfort and connectedness; a gentle place to rest. This process is transcendent and I am grateful.


"Flamingo - Three Amigos" Acrylic over Fluid Acrylic Pour on Canvas, 15" x 30" by Artist Linda Steele

“Flamingo – Three Amigos” Acrylic over Fluid Acrylic Pour on Canvas, 15″ x 30″ by Artist Linda Steele


Linda Steele

A late-life sudden career change renewed my creative spirit. My imagination is enhanced by the randomness of fluid acrylic pour. Each image is unique with a subject created specifically for that pour.


"Furlough" Oil, 30" x 40" by Artist Karen Sako

“Furlough” Oil, 30″ x 40″ by Artist Karen Sako


Karen Sako

I meld traditional art principles with exploratory techniques and materials. By using a cold wax medium, it is possible to build layers of color, light and movement, adding intrigue to mundane subjects.


"Device for an Aperture" Oil Enamel, Oil Paint, Pen, Ink Jet and LED Light Strip, 36" x 24" by Artist Timothy Tyree

“Device for an Aperture” Oil Enamel, Oil Paint, Pen, Ink Jet and LED Light Strip, 36″ x 24″ by Artist Timothy Tyree


Timothy Tyree

I believe that inspiration is a “state of being.” My integrated art style serves up vignettes of life’s fleeting moments that would otherwise pass us by. I absolutely thrive on a roving aesthetic and its constant spark of re-invention.


"Beneath the Wings" Oil on Canvas, 24" x 18" by Artist Penny Scarboro

“Beneath the Wings” Oil on Canvas, 24″ x 18″ by Artist Penny Scarboro


Penny Scarboro

Growing up surrounded by beautiful islands and marshlands, I developed a love for nature. A realism style artist, I strive to capture my subject’s true beauty, from the sun casting its glow to the shadows dancing below.


"Favorite Places" Quilt, 47" x 60" by Artist Lew Fuller

“Favorite Places” Quilt, 47″ x 60″ by Artist Lew Fuller


Lew Fuller

Photographs preserve memories and can be used as art. I love using photographs as a form of decoration and as a way to celebrate memories. It’s art that has meaning to those who see it.


"Leland Township Harbor" Watercolor by Artist Dan Finnell

“Leland Township Harbor” Watercolor by Artist Dan Finnell


Dan Finnell

As a recovering perfectionist I am finding that the simplicity of living in the Midwest is teaching me to enjoy wandering in the performance and mood of watercolor – so come wander with me.


"Lion" Oil, 120cm x 100cm by Artist Karen Litson

“Lion” Oil, 120cm x 100cm by Artist Karen Litson


Karen Litson

Colours and experiences on travels worldwide motivate my oil paintings. Subjects include human portraiture and African animals. Using textured content, I help to create “an experience” for my painting purchasers to enjoy for years to come.


"Wisdom - Air" Watercolor on Mounted Paper, 30" x 20" by Artist Kelly Leahy Radding

“Wisdom – Air” Watercolor on Mounted Paper, 30″ x 20″ by Artist Kelly Leahy Radding


Kelly Leahy Radding

My current body of work explores the precarious fragility of nature and how precious it is to me. I am portraying a natural world that is spiritually and physically in balance; yet facing potential peril.


"semiot n2" Acrylic on Canvas/Digital, Various Sizes by Artist Ian Richard Laws

“semiot n2” Acrylic on Canvas/Digital, Various Sizes by Artist Ian Richard Laws


Ian Richard Laws

I do acrylic on canvas painting mixed with digital effects. My art is driven by my own experience with OCD.


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  1. Mary Morgan says

    Linda Steele’s 3 Flamingoes is still one of my favorite paintings. Her unique pour method has also captured my interest in other current paintings she has done, and they are very appealing.

    • Thanks for your comment, Mary. Linda really does transcend this technique by blending it with images of nature. I love the organic look of her backgrounds and also her use of color.

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