Artist Showcase, Early Spring 2024

Artsy Shark celebrates the work of dozens of talented artists in various mediums in our newest showcase. Click on each name to visit their website.


watercolor of lilies by Susanna Goldman

“Oriental Lilies” watercolor, 19.5” x 23.5” by Susanna Goldman


Susanna Goldman

My journey in art is a long road of exploration, trying out new materials, teaching myself new techniques and honing my drawing skills. My creations are an extension of me and has always been my therapy.


humorous composition of Dali's secret

“Dali’s Secret” photo composition, 24″ x 36″ by Chris Fox Gibson


Chris Fox Gilson

My “Old Masters 2.0” series places our technology in the hands of great artists from the Renaissance forward.  Here I catch Dali prompting DALL-E Generative AI to create his most famous masterpiece.


painting of a plate of tomatoes

“Ripe Tomatoes” acrylic on canvas, 10″ x 10″ by Janet Friden


Janet Friden

I am a self-taught artist. I want to share my perception of the world through my art.


handbuilt Picasso-inspired ceramic vase

“Watermelon Woman” handbuilt ceramic vase by Sandra Zebi


Sandra Zebi

Watermelon Woman is a handbuilt vase painted with one of my characters inspired by Picasso.


untitled triptych painting by Chelsea Django

“Untitled” (triptych) acrylic on canvas. 36″ x 48″ each by Chelsea Django


Chelsea Django

I paint abstract expressionist pieces from my heart. They are a way to capture the feeling of a moment forever. It may reflect differently to the viewer, but that’s with human interactions as well.


painting of a chained person with birds by Svetlana Askenazy

“Chains of the Mind” mixed media, 16″ x 40″ by Svetlana Askenazy


Svetlana Askenazy

Experimenting with different techniques and materials has inspired me to create unique artwork that speaks to viewers on a personal level. I use texture in my paintings and incorporate images with meaningful stories.


digital book cover for a whimsical book by Tara White

“Sky’s Journey” (book cover) digital illustration by Tara White


Tara White

Embark on an adventure with Sky, a spirited puppy, as he follows a twinkling star to find his forever home. Written, illustrated, and published by Tara White. Available in printed hardcover and digital ebook.


Outer Space painting

“Outer Space” acrylic on canvas, 72″ x 48″ by Jonnay Lawrence


Jonnay Lawrence

My artwork is such a unique style of abstract art that will stand out like no other. This piece gives depth and movement of earth and their surrounding neighbors.


Painting of a young girl dancing by Deborah Nell

“Dazzling Dancer” mixed media, finished in oil. 15″ x 18″ by Deborah Nell


Deborah Nell

Painting gives me joy. I love painting images that bring beauty, hope and life to the soul. I enjoy using acrylic, spray paint, collage and oil. And I love making the invisible visible.


oil painting of two friends on the road

“Best Friends” oil, 24″ x 30″ by artist John Wendling


John Wendling

I enjoy designing figures in oils that are supported by intriguing backgrounds that tell an open-ended story. Experimenting with values, temperature and edges gives me a way to see the subject in a different light.


Painting of a healthcare professional during Covid

“Heroes” oil, 16″ s 22″ by Donna Spears Lauzon


Donna Spears Lauzon

My work  has been an emotional journey for me. Painting with a purpose is one of my main goals. This painting was donated to our local hospital in 2021 after Covid to honour the many medical staff who gave countless hours and care to so many of us.


new york city

“New York City” felt tipped markers on Bristol paper, 14″ x 17″ by Gail Sarasohn


Gail Sarasohn

This abstract artwork features an assortment of shapes and lines in an intricate pattern. The predominant color is black with accents of multiple colors. The shapes and lines form a complex and dynamic composition that conveys a sense of movement and vibrancy.


painting on silk of a woman near the sea

“Mary” painting on silk, 56″ x 36″ by Robin Maynard-Dobbs


Robin Maynard-Dobbs

Mary embraces us as the petals of our life unfold and fall. May this painting of the sacred feminine remind you that no matter what you are going through, divine compassion is always present.


acrylic painting of a red barn

“Barn Raiser” acrylic on canvas, 11″ x 17″ by C. Foster


C. Foster

I love to create semi-representational landscape and floral paintings in oil, acrylic and watercolour that use expressive colour and light … sprinkled with a touch of whimsy.


abstract painting of runners by artist Georg Weber

“Element Runners” TruLife acrylic, aluminum frame back with Z-bar, 50″ x 20″ by Georg Weber


Georg F Weber

My art ranges from abstract to concrete expressions. Being computer-based, it is generated by a “bit-brush” not a paintbrush. A rewarding step in the process is the decision on a medium for printing.


beaded embroidery wall art by Ananda Suddath

“Segues” (diptych) beaded embroidery and acrylic paint on panel-mounted canvas, 10″ x 10″ each, by Ananda Suddath



Ananda X. Suddath

Featuring traditional Indigenous techniques, contemporary aesthetics and a Western painting-style format, my beaded works provide opportunities for stillness, contemplation and awe. Created to foster introspection, they are small shrines to viewers’ own guiding lights.


landscape painting with crows by oil painter Patricia Dickun

“Crows” oil on linen, 11″ x 14″ by Patricia Dickun


Patricia Dickun

Crow medicine signifies a firsthand knowledge of a higher order of right and wrong than that of the laws of human culture.


abstract digital art by Shinee B.

“Into The Unknown” digital art on aluminum panel, 24″ x 36″by Shinee B.


Shinee B.

I find inspiration in everything around us. Beautiful architecture, landscapes, and artistic sculptures. Art is a part of everything. Stop and breathe and appreciate it. Inspiration for creation is found in those moments of pause.


painting of a window in an abandoned building

“Passages” watercolor on paper, 22″ X 15″ by Krys Pettit


Krys Pettit

I paint the unnoticed – morning light on a balcony, a darkened window in an abandoned building, a door waiting to be opened. I capture moments in time, the quiet spaces that quickly slip by.


reverse painting on plexiglass purple abstract

“Deep Purple Path on Evening Hike, reverse painting, acrylic on plexiglass, 24″ x 36” by Victoria Braverman


Victoria Braverman

My painting has a strong emotional-color impact coming through the luminescence of Plexiglass.  Reverse painting is an ancient form that I now make contemporary by using acrylic paints on clear Plexiglass. Colors call to me.


painting of four diverse women by Phyllis Anne Taylor

“A Red Thread Runs through Us” mixed media paper & acrylic paint, 24″ x 36″ by Phyllis Anne Taylor


Phyllis Anne Taylor

Women have been enslaved, on the brink of annihilation, and endured internment because of their diversity. Yet the one who had it “better” was still considered property with little, if any, rights as a woman.


painting of an Emirati woman

“An Emirati Woman” oil on canvas, 80 x 50 cm by Bahdria al Shamsi


Badria Al Shamsi

My aim is giving the woman a beautiful and graceful aura with eyes looking confidently straight to the person looking. I also use strong colors to invest a feeling of strength and control.


landscape painting of winter in Wisconsin by Elissa Ewald

“Wisconsin Winter” acrylic, 24″ x 48″ by Elissa Ewald


Elissa Ewald

Creating works that are inspired by daily life as a gardener, mother, wife, artist, I’ve built collections of floral, critters, pathways and forgotten. As a published author, award winning artist and member of many groups, I love to give back to my community and environment.


digital painting of a woman and daughter

“Daughter and Granddaughter” digital airbrush, 16″ x 24″ by Stephen Harriger


Stephen Harriger

I have tried many different mediums. Graphite, watercolor, colored pencils, chalk, oils and acrylics. Most recently, I’ve been working with digital airbrush.


abstract watercolor painting by Juanita Hagberg

“By Any Other Name” watercolor on yupo, 26″ x 40″ by Juanita Hagberg


Juanita Hagberg

Personal experiences and emotional connections to nature inform my response to it; intricacies and complexity are suggested, not stated. Absent representation, more complex interpretations can be considered.


landscape oil painting by John Abisch

“The Old Oak” oil, 9″ x 12″ by John Abisch


John Abisch

In an increasingly rapid, tense and troubled world “lost in cyber space” and largely disconnected from the natural world, it is my desire that my artwork communicate the solace of beauty and harmony.


enamel coated wire sculpture abstract

“Unexpected” enamel coated wire sculpture, 12″ x 12″ by Lisa Van Herik


Lisa Van Herik

The need to make art is like a constant vibration, pulsing through my every waking moment. It’s all about the constant “seeing” and visually interpreting those sights, to see if I can make your life a little bit more beautiful or interesting through my artwork.


abstract whimsical painting by Jackie Tury

“Happy Dance” acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 20″ by Jackie Tury


Jackie Tury

I create vibrant paintings that express joy, explore color and play with pattern. I hope my paintings make you as happy as they make me!


western landscape in wood batik by Amber Word

“Wisdom of the Red Rocks” wood batik and mica on birch, 20″ x 24″ by Amber Word


Amber Word

I aim to embrace the play between bold and subtle lines, vibrant colors, and delicate fades. I specialize in a unique technique known as “wood batik”. Each piece is a collaboration with the grain of the wood itself.


figurative study in landscape by artist Kimberly Leclaire

“Trapped in Monochrome” soft pastels, 12″ x 9″ by Kimberly Leclaire


Kimberly Leclaire

Art should make you feel something, whether it’s hope, despair, or the promise of a new beginning. It can show us where we have been, what we have overcome, or where we hope to go.


painting of a woman in oil and gold leaf by Roger Nielsen

“Eli” oil and gold metal leaf on canvas, 18″ x 24″ by Roger Nielsen


Roger Nielsen

The goal was to show emotion in the eyes of my daughter, Eli. One viewer said, “The painting shows more than a thousand words; it reveals her past, her future and her father’s concern.”


painting of orange lily and butterfly in oil

“Orange Lily with a Butterfly “ oil on canvas, 20” x 20” by Galina Lintz


Galina Lintz

Delve into the enchanting tale behind “Orange Lilies and Butterfly,” an oil masterpiece. Inspired by the rich history of lilies, this painting captures the mythical essence of the flower’s origin, intertwined with Ancient Greek and Germanic legends.



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