Featured Artist Jonathan Keeton

In my paintings, what I am most intrigued by is the sense of being in the landscape, as opposed to viewing it from a distance.

Artist Showcase Late Spring 2019

Catch this collection of artists in this showcase featuring a wide range of subject, style and inspiration. Click on each artist’s name to see more of their work.     Louise Laplante My work connects the texts, and ideas, in the vintage book, music or correspondence pages, with images those words evoke to comment on […]

Featured Artist Tim Saternow

City life is a constant energy of change, especially in New York City. I’m recording these moments in paint—the forgotten corners—before they’re all torn down or improved out of existence.

Featured Artist Elaine Hahn

My recent efforts in still life painting are a continuation of painting directly from life and usually include my favorite shells or other sea life.

Artist Showcase Spring 2019

A group of talented and inspired artists were invited to share their work in this Artist Showcase. Click on the each artist’s name to visit their website for more.     Gia Schifano Inspired by the East End of Long Island, my work reflects the peace and tranquility of the area. I want my landscapes […]

Featured Artist Diane Jorstad

My preferred subject matter tends towards something with light, form and color. An apple is called red but if you look at it closely you will see a variety of colors and values.

Featured Artist Sandra Pearce

I still have much to learn from the great masters, as I do continue to study with the best. I don’t think I shall ever stop learning, reaching and growing–always hungry for more and never satisfied.

Featured Artist Nancy Lane

I want viewers to sense in my paintings the enveloping presence of the landscape—its rolling hills, its creatures, the water, the wind and the sunlight. I want them to feel a part of the paintings, remembering their own experiences with the outdoors.

Featured Artist Ellen Jean Diederich

I use my whole body to paint. In watercolor, to avoid fussiness (which will show up), I use a one-inch flat for almost all of my painting. It’s in my effort to twist and turn the brush so you can’t tell what brush I used that has affected my style the most.

Featured Artist Renee St. Peter

Learning the medium has been a life lesson in letting things happen as they will–the magic of watercolor is not what it does in the first five minutes, but what occurs as the paint has time to react with other colors around it to create new shades and tones.

Artist Showcase, Mid Winter 2019

Invited artists share some of their favorite works in diverse mediums for this Artist Showcase.

Artist Showcase, Winter 2019

Artist Showcase, Winter 2019 features a variety of artists and their favorite piece of art. Included are artist quotes and links to their websites.

Featured Artist Don Rankin

I think this is a great time to be a watercolor painter for we have so many wonderful toys from which to choose—new paints, new paper and the like.

Featured Artist Haylee McFarland

Everything I do is freehand. I never use rulers, compasses, magnifying glasses or computers. I primarily work in watercolor and pen and ink. My goal is to make the two mediums complement each other. I love the loose, almost messy watercolor, mixed with the intricate details that I hand draw on top.