Featured Artist Isabella Martire

During the painting process I try to capture their likeness in a photorealistic manner. I take my time—I am never rushed—I want my portraits to reflect my love and respect for the people with whom I share a very important journey.

Featured Artist Karla Reid

As a child, pouring my thoughts and emotions into my art acted as a means for survival. It was a way to express myself when I could not speak about the things that were going on around me.

Featured Artist Martein Peeters

For many painters the naked body was and still is the ultimate object of study. Nothing is as complex as the organic shapes and colour nuances of the human skin of a posing body.

Featured Artist Catherine King

First and foremost, my intent is to tell a story. Through digital fine art I share that story. My images are typically photo collages brought together and enhanced through a wide range of techniques and software including Photoshop.

Featured Artist Lyndall Bass

Still life for me is pure poetry. Which objects I choose to paint and how they are arranged is an enriched process. I imagine a setting with a person doing something or a narrative series of events. With flowers as the subject, I can paint them like portraits or as an abstract arrangement of color ideas.

Featured Artist Tanya Marie Reeves

I hope my artwork inspires and empowers women of all ages, helping them to embrace and revel in similar attributes within themselves while also reminding every man of the strong, beautiful women in their everyday lives.

Featured Artist Kate Passingham

I’ve long been captivated by pastels and am enthralled by the immediacy and intensity of their colours and their incredible versatility.

Featured Artist Gary Bigelow

Stylistically speaking, I believe that my art is ubiquitously enigmatic and, in some numinous way, mirrors what was, and what is, my life.

Featured Artist Christine Kerrick

Most of my forensic art is facial reconstruction from skeletal remains. This makes me see more clearly the transitory nature of our bodies and lives and makes it all the more important to tell the stories of people in portraits and assemblage.

Featured Artist Dirk Karsten

I have never been very interested in the technical side of photography. Cameras and lights are only the tools used to make an image. Analog or digital—who cares—it all depends on the final result that I am looking for.

Featured Artist Jennifer Yoswa

There is nothing else I’d rather be doing than making art. On any given day, at any given time, I can be found sitting at my easel, listening to music while joyfully losing myself in the process.

Featured Artist Brett Hall

Art can disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed. Maybe I can do that—disturb those who would like to forget and comfort those who remember.

Featured Artist Steven Lester

My personal style has been intentionally developed to be a loose, expressive method that allows me to interpret the emotion and movement of the moment. Some call it contemporary impressionism or even representational expressionism.

Featured Artist Carrie Cook

I’ve been deeply involved in organizations such as Artists for Conservation and Artists Against Extinction. The animals I’ve painted may be endangered, marginalized, or used by humans for food, entertainment, clothing, etc.