|Name of Artist||Country||Artist's Website||Artist's Work (photo)|
|Mary Dunn||United States||Mary Dunn-PittsburghArtist|
Mary Dunn, born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in 1952, and has been living all her life around the suburb of West Mifflin, not far from the big city. As with many artists, she was drawing and oil painting most of her life. Her love for art never ceases and through the years, it has become a way of expression and relaxation.
Mostly self taught, Mary Dunn has worked primarily in oils; however, recently she has been working in pastels, acrylics, and watercolors.
While in college, Mary minored in art. Although she would have loved to have been an art major, at that time, she was a single parent and felt it necessary to major in business to take care of her two daughters. After college, she could not devote time to her art work, but now that her children have grown, there is more time to create and enjoy painting.
Mary works full time as a project manager but her evenings are spent either at the canvas or reading about various artist techniques. “It is a wonderful feeling to be creative in a way that people enjoy and appreciate. When my work is displayed, whether it is a pet portrait, a landscape, or a floral, the satisfaction of being the creator of an image brings such joy to my life.”
As an emerging artist, Mary’s exhibitions have included The Jewish Community Center (Mt. Lebanon, PA), The Galaxie (Chicago, Illinois) and the Iris and Ivory Tea Room (Emerling Plaza, Indianola, PA). Her artwork has been featured on “Infuze”, a website magazine, as well as “Art Bistro”. Currently, some of Mary's art hangs in the Gallery Sim and the Hoffman Gallery.
Mary holds a B.S. Degree in Business Management and a Masters Degree in Public Management. She is also a member of the Pittsburgh Pastel Artists League where she is the Secretary and is responsible for the monthly newsletter. You can find more about Mary and her artwork on her website http://www.marydunn-pittsburghartist.com.
|Pat Jedruszek||United Kingdom||Paintings from Photos|
Pat offers personalised pop art style paintings from photos to clients throughout the local area and UK.
With free UK delivery and one off unique designs - hand painted acrylic portraits from photos are a fantastic gift idea for anyone and for any occasion.
Pat paints her pictures on high quality Windsor and Newton 100% cotton canvas having been triple coated with one coat of acid free sizing and two coats of highly pigmented primer. All canvases are stapled on the reverse resulting in clean edges. She also uses Windsor and Newton “Galeria” brushes and Reeves Fine Artist Quality Colours.
There are three sizes available, each size with a different price tag. Discounts are sometimes available. Please visit the website to find out more.
|Jeremy Byers||United States||Art of Jeremy Byers|
|I have been working with digital imaging for 5 years now. My work is an eclectic mix of nature still life and emotive human nature shots through the art medium of photography. My true passion is doing nature photography throughout all seasons of the year.|
|Peter Foti giclee artist (murumuru)||Hungary||Colorful Abstract Art Giclee Prints from Peter Foti||
Hello, my name is Peter.
I'm a visual artist creating mostly abstract giclee art prints with bold and clear colors and unusual blending modes.
You can also find my works if you type "murumuru" or "murumuruArt" in google, since I'm using this brand to popularize my art pieces.
Murumuru is something really about shapes and colors and to cheer up everybody who's looking at it.
Please visit my site on Etsy (http://murumuruart.etsy.com) or find me on facebook at www.facebook.com/murumuru.hu for more art and news about me.
Follow me on twitter & www.twitter.com/murumuruArt
You're very welcome to my world of colors!
i am benedict edet, a professional artist from akwa ibom state practising at abuja, nigeria. studied fine and applied arts at the university of nigeria, nsukka, between 1985 and 1990 graduating with a second class upper division and specializing in painting.
born on the 16th of october, 1964 at onike, yaba, in lagos, south west nigeria to mr, alphonsus thomas edet, who till his death in 1982, was a french teacher at the st. timothy,s college, iwaya, lagos, though also literate in greek and latin had settled at lagos with his then wife, anna, a trader at the popular tejuosho market, before the beginning of the biafran civil war in 1967.
while i attended the st. patrick,s catholic school, yaba, from 1970, i noticed i had developed a keen interest in drawing, i was making pencil sketches on my school notebooks with special inspiration from comic books like spider man, captain america, hulk, etc. i was also inspired by kenny adamson, a painter that lived in the neigbhourhood a few houses away. i would peep through his no. 7, majaro street studio and watched him paint for hours and then would collect left over squeezed paint tubes he threw away to work with and in 1979 i made my first painting,a portrait in acrylics.
after my father,s death in 1982, i left lagos to calabar, where i was admitted to continue my secondary school education at the hope waddell training institute.
during my years of study at the university of nigeria, nsukka, under professor obiora udechukwu and professor el anatsui, especially, i began to develop a personal style of painting that had underlying influences from broken or cracked wall tiles as i was fascinated by the geometrically sinuous nature of the lines created by the cracks.
|Peggy Harshman||United States||Where Spark Meets Art|
|Peggy Harshman has been creating art since 2001 and has shown her art thre dimensional works of art in California USA.|
|Art presentation of Master Painter Zoran danilov Popovic|
|Jim Pavelle||United States||Pavelle Fine Art Gallery|
I live in Marina, California, a mile from Monterey Bay and about 12 miles from downtown Monterey. Monterey was made famous by Salinas native John Steinbeck with his book, 'Cannery Row', among many others.
Within easy driving reach are the communities of Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Carmel Valley, Salinas, Big Sur, Moss Landing, Santa Cruz, and Yosemite as well as most of Northern California.
Other subject-matter locations will include, Hawaii, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Great Britain, Ireland and possibly the Netherlands.
My work begins with my composing photographs while on location, bringing them into my computer and enriching, enhancing and/or manipulating the subject. I don't have one specific style but like to play with context, mood, shapes, and feeling. I know, these are all squishy-feely explanations. I just want my work to look good, be enjoyed by others, and to be showered with newly minted doubloons I can make into piles and jump into.
My professional credentials are equally impressive. I went to college in Northwestern Ohio, majored in Graphic Design with a degree in Fine Arts, which I didn't receive because I flunked Italian. I've painted in acrylics and oils, fabricated jewelry, constructed sculptures, built facades of Victorian Houses and other historic buildings using balsa and Elmer's Glue, been a production artist, designer, creative director, marketing director, business owner, and will make beer runs if everyone chips in. I was even a licensed street artist in the City of San Francisco. I used to freeze my ass off every weekend sitting down at the Embarcadero.
|Graham Gercken||Australia||Australian Artist Graham Gercken , Landscapes & seascapes in Oil|
Graham was born in Queensland Australia 1960, but was drawn to spend most of his life in the "World Heritage listed" Blue Mountains west of Sydney. This region with its natural beauty was Graham's inspiration to become a Landscape Artist
After 25 Years of professionally Painting he has won many awards, including a number of first places, had sell-out exhibitions at Prouds Art Gallery Sydney and has his paintings in some of Australia's most prestigious Art Galleries as well as the Korean consulate.
Grahams works have been presented to visiting dignitaries, sports persons and are represented in private collections all over the world.
Graham's only teacher has been nature herself taking every opportunity to paint on location "Plein Air
|Samara Doumnande||United States||Paintings and drawings of African American daily life|
Samara Doumnande (SamDoum) has studied at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design as well as the Rochester Institute of Technology where she graduated with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts and a degree in Interior Design. She has just recently released a spoken word album as well as e-book both entitled "Bible Tales: The First Five Books in Rhyme (for children and adults)" and is also working on her first play, "A Tale of Antinara," which is soon to be released, in upcoming years.
Samara's subject matters are inspired by the late artists Mary Cassatt and Henry Tanner, as the themes of women with children, as well as African American daily life permeate her drawings and paintings.
Samara's favorite medium to work in is pastel as she loves to get her fingers dirty as she rubs her fingers across the paper, blending colors, forming lines and shapes, smudging and becoming one with the painting and/or drawing.
Samara's fine art work can be found at SamDoumArt.com
Samara lives in Rochester, New York with her husband and three children.
|Eva Fidjeland||Sweden||EvaFidjeland, multimedia artist|
|Eva Fidjeland, Orrefors, is a member of the Swedish Artists´ National Organization. She started off as a glass artist in the eighties, but has expanded into fields of photography, poetry, visual arts, mixed media...|
|Eva Fidjeland||Sweden||Eva Fidjeland - artist, poet|
|Eva Fidjeland is a member of the Swedish Artists´ National Organization.|
|Cornelia Rijkaart van Cappellen||Italy||Cornelia Rijkaart van Cappellen, fine art||
Cornelia Rijkaart van Cappellen is a Dutch fine art painter. She acquired a strong foundational education in art in Florence (Italy) while being trained in the old masters techniques. The resulting work reveals a personal and contemporary expression of beauty while paying homage to the Classical tradition of craftsmanship.
Cornelia works from Italy but accepts portrait commissions from all over. She takes great care to express the beauty of souvenirs and/or inherited objects for her still life commissions. Explore her work in the different galleries on her website www.rijkaartvancappellen.com or contact her directly.
|Raymond Wattenhofer||United States||Raymond Wattenhofer Oil Painter|
|Raymond Wattenhofer is a landscape and wildlife oil painter from northern Minnesota.|
|Tatiana Iliina||Canada||My Website|
|A Montreal artist whose work is collected worldwide, Tatiana Iliina was born in Russia. Tatiana grew up near St. Petersburg, then known as Leningrad. She completed her studies at the Mukhina Higher Institute of Art and Design, a few minutes walk from the world-famous Hermitage Museum. She has lived in Canada now over 15 years and has been very successful selling her paintings to collectors all over the world. She has also created spectacular monumental works in downtown Montréal and as far away as Ontario and Russia, and has participated in numerous exhibitions throughout her career. Tatiana says: “Art is a gift that has been given to me to share. I developed a love of art early in life and it has only grown stronger with time. In all areas of art, the common thread, my passion, is to seek out the beauty and the joy in all things and bring it to life for all to enjoy.” Tatiana maintains a studio at the Montreal Art Center and gallery in downtown Montreal.|
|Emily Cobb||United States||Emily Cobb: Dreaming Without Sound||
I can sum up my entire childhood with that one day after the rainstorm. We were making a movie about bandits, so we all had ripped-off pieces of our t-shirts tied in masks around our faces, and there was a backpack of rope, an enormous blond wig, and two bottles of ketchup-blood.
We all took off our shoes, waded up to the dam—it’s an old concrete slab embedded in the hill, crumbling and covered in vines, and it has been there so long the creek found its way around the dam—more like a castle and moat, really.
This was the day we found the doll with one glass periwinkle eye, but I remember it because of the moss. The ferns smelled like skunks and there were tiny red bugs, and in every direction was this toxic green glow, like a rich Peter Pan green on top of iridescent lime, like the moss had slurped up all that rain water and was breathing it out in an ethereal mist.
It’s visceral moments like these that continue to drive me from one adventure to the next, each fueling an internal demand to create. And as my stomping ground grows bigger and more limitless, I’m grounded by the internalized cycle of the New England seasons. Their pull is inescapable, and it guides me as if it were a pendulum between outward and inner discovery.
|LarryMcgill||Canada||Art Workshops & Painting Holidays||
|Unleash your creativity! Join a group or build an art workshop to fit your needs, goals and budget. Learn through an art workshop through painting holidays. Learn through painting holidays in inspiring locations.|
|Jace Richarde||Canada||the official homepage of Canadian wildlife artist Jace Richarde|
|Canadian artist Jace Richarde resides near the shores of Lake Winnipeg. Here he keeps an active studio, capturing in his own style of loose realism the flora and fauna that abound in the area, as well as exotic wildlife.|
|Joseph Dea||United States||Portrait Artist||
|Digital Oil Painting - Pet Family Executive Portraiture|
|Creative Pile||United States||Creative Pile||
|Our goal is to create modern and up-to-date designs and branding, that will give your potential and existing customers the best impression of who you are and what you do.|
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