Artist Showcase, Late Fall 2020

Discover compelling works of art in this showcase featuring a group of twenty-five artists who love what they’re doing. Click on each artist’s name to visit their website.

 

painting of the Tumacacori Mission Storeroom by Sharon Hernly

“Tumacacori Mission Storeroom” oil on ampersand gessoboard, 12″ x 16″ by artist Sharon Hernly

 

Sharon Hernly

My paintings embody the essence of the Southwest. Color, light, adroit composition and the depiction of different surface textures are used to create unique paintings. Each tells a story of our country’s captivating, evocative past.

 

pastel of an ocean wave by Dina Gardner

“Summers Splash” pastel, 9″ x 7″ by artist Dina Gardner

 

Dina Gardner

My art is inspired by literally all that I encounter. While I tend to focus on seascapes and landscapes, I am always chasing light and shadows on everything from people to man-made and natural objects.

 

B & W photography of a lake by Mark Roger Bailey

“North Cove Silhouettes” photography, various sizes by artist Mark Roger Bailey

 

Mark Roger Bailey

My art is in the details of the vibrant border between sea and land that tell a larger story. I pause the action just long enough to create an intimate connection with the subject.

 

painting of a stairwell by Christine Connelly

“Stairwell” acrylic and oil, 97cm x 130cm by artist Christine Connelly

 

Christine Connelly

I’m an Irish figurative artist, settled in Paris. My painting in all media is my creative response to our fascinating world. “The Stairwell” was inspired by a mysterious monochrome film-still of Alfred Hitchcock.

 

surrealistic painting by Divna Pesic

“WHO Make the Bat Bad” oil on canvas, 24″ x 30″ by artist Divna Pesic

 

Divna Pesic

My paintings are surrealist mirages full of colors and symbolisms inspired by the world today They reflect an eternal universal message, inspiring humans to be counted on the good side of this planet.

 

painting of Laguna Beach in California by Kathleen Williams

“Longing for Laguna” oil on linen panel, 20″ x 16″ by artist Kathleen Williams

 

Kathleen Williams

My home in California offers never-ending inspiration for beautiful landscape paintings. Iconic coastal scenes, such as the one in “Longing for Laguna” are among my favorite painting subjects.

 

abstract painting by Brigitte Balbinot

“If These Walls Could Talk” oil and cold wax on panel, 18″ x 18″ by artist Brigitte Balbinot

 

Brigitte Balbinot

My work is a reference to the nostalgia of time passed and reveals the influence of the Italian landscape, its countryside and medieval architecture. I work in the mediums of oil, cold wax and encaustic.

 

impressionistic painting of irises by Judy Hodge

“July Iris” acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 30″ by artist Judy Hodge

 

Judy Hodge

Bold, painterly and colorful, my Modern Impressionistic work is inspired by the Canadian Group of Seven, and can be found in galleries and private collections in the United States and Japan.

 

abstract painting by Susanna B Long

“Imagine Series #1″ oil on paper, 12″ x 12” by artist Susanna B Long

 

Susanna B Long

I express my fascination with the beauty of nature and focus on the lighter side of human emotions in my joyful paintings. I work to capture the viewer’s attention, generating positive reflections and instilling inner peace.

 

painting of a waterfall by Matt Foley

“Waterfall” oil on canvas, 34″ x 27″ by artist Matt Foley

 

Matt Foley

My art covers a wide range of themes and has a dreamlike quality with a strong mood or atmosphere. To me, the entire human experience is art.

 

abstract landscape painting of Uruguay by Sabina Puppo

“The journey is the one within” oil on cotton canvas, 27″ x 21″ by artist Sabina Puppo

 

Sabina Puppo

This painting is part of my “Once upon a time” collection. The rolling hills of Pueblo Edén in Uruguay offer a road to the inner journey of life. May you travel with curiosity and joy.

 

abstract painting of nature by Ingemar Härdelin

Untitled acrylic, 36″ x 30″ by artist Ingemar Härdelin

 

Ingemar Härdelin

Nature is a fantastic source for finding excellent art. You can see outstanding works of art everywhere if your eyes are open. Nature is my inspiration while painting. Forms and colours variate in infinite combinations.

 

landscape painting of a vineyard by Kerrie Stafford

“Vineyard View” acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 24″ by artist Kerrie Stafford

 

Kerrie Stafford 

Simply complex. My paint brush is my voice. I let it be free; it’s moved by an inner connection to my instincts, energy and emotions! It’s part of Me. It is Me. The paint is the expression!

 

watercolor portrait of an old lady by Irina Sigalovsky

“The Prophet – an old lady” watercolor and gouache, 11″ x 14″ by artist Irina Sigalovsky

 

Irina Sigalovsky

I am interested in visualizing the invisible subconscious experience. While this subject is consistently my greatest curiosity, I also love exploring different mediums, techniques and styles.

 

fantasy gouache by Margaret Ashenbach

“Calsifer” gouache on watercolor paper mounted on wood, 9″ x 12″ by artist Margaret Ashenbach

 

Margaret Ashenbach

I am a self-taught fantasy artist and illustrator who works in traditional mediums—mostly gouache, watercolor and ink—in my quirky, storytelling style. I illustrated the book Pleasant Nightmares, written by my good friend Jacob Zach.

 

painting of a Dalmation by Marsha Olderr

“Dalmation with One Blue Eye” acrylic, 11″ x 14″ by artist Marsha Olderr

 

Marsha Olderr

After a career in publishing, I have finally been able to rediscover my first love—art! I love to paint pets, people and more. I find acrylics the best way to express myself.

 

floral portrait of hydrangeas by Pamela Hiatt

“Last Call” oil, 12″ x 12″ by artist Pamela Hiatt

 

Pamela Hiatt

I grabbed the last of the gorgeous hydrangeas growing in my yard and grouped them with some translucent green grapes to create a vibrant yet soothing painting!

 

painting of a bike on a beach by Melinda Patrick

“Bike on a Beach” acrylic on canvas, 8″ x 10″ by Melinda Patrick

 

Melinda Patrick

I saw. I liked. I painted. That’s how and why I paint. I received my BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Now I live in a pine forest near my native Houston.

 

abstract mixed media by Shaune Bazner

“Legacy” acrylic and oil pastels on canvas, 30″ x 40″ by artist Shaune Bazner

 

Shaune Bazner 

The allure of abstract art is in composition, colors and textures. The experimentation of these components ignite my senses. Building on a blank canvas, sometimes subtle, often dynamic, is an unexplainable moment in time.

 

pastel of a father and child by Gaye Cook

“The Music Box” pastel on paper, 32cm x 48cm by artist Gaye Cook

 

Gaye Cook

I like paintings to tell a story and have a narrative often involving people. There is so much that can be said with a single image. I work in pastel, acrylic and mixed media.

 

painting of a masked Statue of Liberty by Ann Wamack

“Breathe” oil on canvas, 20″ x 24″ by artist Ann Wamack

 

Ann Wamack

My goal with my art has been to capture moments from the world around me. During this pandemic, I have sought to lighten the mood while depicting the uncommon experiences of this historic period.

 

landscape painting of a rocky shore by Sharon Kvist

“Driftwood on the Shore” oil on panel, 20″ x 16″ by artist Sharon Kvist

 

Sharon Kvist

I love the beauty of landscapes, particularly scenes of the northwest where we lived for several years. Since retiring, I’ve had the opportunity to pursue my love of art. I’m always reaching to try something new.

 

foral portrait of pink asters by Pamela Resnick

“Pink Asters” oil, 8″ x 10″ by artist Pamela Resnick

 

Pamela Resnick

The colors of these lovely flowers with a simple vase inspired this painting. My artwork represents a mix of textures, shapes and colors with beautiful dramatic lighting.

 

abstract landscape mixed media by Meredith O'Neal

“The Sacred Wood” acrylic and gouache on wood panel, 20″ x 24″ by artist Meredith O’Neal

 

Meredith O’Neal

My work focuses on marrying the soul to nature in all of its forms. I utilize the physical body as a way to make spiritual connections to the natural landscape.

 

abstract painting by Marthe McGrath

“With a Little Help From My Friends” acrylic, 30″ x 30″ by artist Marthe McGrath

 

Marthe McGrath

I travel the world absorbing sights, sounds, cultures and colors. My visual experience is expressed in my vibrant, energetic, abstract paintings.

 

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Comments

  1. I love Dina Gardiner Summer Splash. She made it such an exciting moment.
    Kerri Stafford’s vineyard view is very soothing to the eye. The Dalmation with one blue eye shows that we can be beautiful no matter if we aren’t perfect . It depends on your view.

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