Featured Artist Barney Levitt

My work often crosses over from reality-based, into whimsy and fantasy. Narrative and titles are important to me, and humor often plays a big part in my paintings.

Featured Artist Efrat Baler

I combine linear drawing and 3-dimensional objects on, beneath or behind the canvas melding them into the painting, and use texture, paints, strong contours and color to emphasize the painting and transitions into relief and onto objects.

Featured Artist Rachele Nyssen

I look for ways to express the movement and quality of the light. Light is always the focus—the main story line.

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 J.W. Hyatt

In my still life collection, I like to compose and portray the objects I paint as subjects sitting for a portrait. Just as a portrait artist would attempt to show the character and personality of each subject, I approach each still life with the same challenge of capturing its unique gestalt.