Featured Artist Lynn Goldstein

I am never interested in replicating exactly what I see in front of me. Rather, I want to express the way that being in nature makes me feel.

Featured Artist Bob Palmerton

As an artist, I feel obligated to capture the unique character of a landscape at a given moment in time, and to enhance its key features and the message it conveys with a painting that will always remain the same to be enjoyed by future generations.

Featured Artist Don Borie

Outdoor painting can be overwhelming with so much to choose from, so it is important for the artist to focus on a page rather than the book.

Featured Artist Sally Sharp

I’d call my style expressionistic, impressionistic, atmospheric and sometimes a bit abstract. I love color and movement and strive to make both come together in my paintings.

Art and the Animal World

We invited some artist friends to share their observations and mediums, resulting in a fantastic display of many different animals, both wild and domestic. Click each artist’s name to see their website portfolio.     dbJR This image is part of my “Rescued Series”.  This beautiful bird is a natural. Everywhere I went this owl posed.  She […]

Featured Artist Carole Elliott

Achieving the translucency of an early morning wave, reflections of the cliffs in the wet sand or seagulls flying overhead with the salty spray filling the air, are all tests of my skills in my chosen medium of pastels.

Featured Artist Stacy Hatley Carter

I am a portrait, seascape and landscape artist that strives to amaze my clients with ultra realism and a deep immersion with my drawings.

Featured Artist Patricia Russac

With each new piece I complete, I continually look to push my work to the next level. I never want to become complacent or too comfortable. It is important to continually reach down deep, and not to be afraid to ruin a piece in the process of discovery.

Featured Artist David L. Prescott

As a child, I was always interested in nature, animals and the outdoors. If I was missing at any time I could always be found in a stream bed looking for interesting things like frogs or fish, or turning over stones to see what was living underneath them such as eels and newts.

Featured Artist Jason Margolis

I am not the kind of artist who likes to stick to one theme and style only. I am inspired by interesting faces and characters, landscapes and skies in different moods, how water moves and forms shapes and what it reflects.

Unexpected Opportunity Leads to Online Teaching

Pastel Artists UK spawned “The Pastel Academy Online” which is enabling me to put down the much needed information into course form.

Featured Artist Nancy Staub Laughlin

I draw the things I love the most. The fun comes from combining all the elements–enveloping the viewer and unveiling my unique world.

Featured Artist Lyn Diefenbach

The pursuit of masterly quality is a high priority and I am constantly honing my skills and adding to my knowledge of the craft of painting.

Featured Artist Helen Turner

I live on the northernmost island of the Hawaiian Island chain…This is my place of art making, and I am inspired everyday by the rich colors and changing skies that surround me.