Brienne M Brown
I love the wonderful sense of freedom and slightly controlled chaos that watercolor provides. As I paint, I look less at the scene in front of me or photo reference and more at my evolving painting. ...

Dave Santillanes
As my painting style continues to evolve my goal with each piece is not a literal rendering of the scene. Instead it is to capture and convey its essence. In terms of composition, I look for simplic...

Heather Arenas
Heather Arenas, impressionist figurative artist living in Denver, Colorado. "I paint light and shadow." "All of my experiences have brought me to this moment, right here, right now." ...

Jane Hunt
After moving to the US as a teenager, Jane Hunt studied illustration at the Cleveland Institute of Art. She continued her art education by experiencing art communities in France, England, Indonesia an...

Joe Anna Arnett
My personal truth is simple. I paint to live. I live to paint. While not the most important thing in my life, the act of painting is right there behind faith and love of the people around me. Art al...

Kelli Folsom
When approaching a painting I am continuously humbled by the complexity of what I see, and pleasantly surprised by the simplicity that is revealed through understanding. I allow myself to let go of th...

Lorenzo Chavez
Lorenzo Chavez was born in New Mexico and now resides in Colorado with his family. He graduated with honors from the Colorado Institute of Art in 1983. He participates in many prestigious national inv...

Marc Hanson
Marc was born in Oxnard, California but his geographical resume soon included Alaska, Florida, Arkansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Norway. He attended Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Califo...

R. Gregory Summers
I am inspired by creation, and driven by the experience. I paint the land that I claim to be a part of. It is not to replicate the scene before me, more to bring back a piece of what took me there i...

Robert Spooner
My art is not about any one approach but is more about pushing and experimenting with various elements and techniques. The discoveries I make along the way are what enable me to grow as a painter and ...

Sarah Yeoman
Sarah describes her artistic process as “sculpting and pulling the form out of the paper,” much as a sculpture releases the form from the marble. Her imaginative and unusual perspective frames her wo...

Stephanie Hartshorn
I consider my paint as a sculptor might her clay: Each brush stroke takes on a form of its own and, in the end, creates textures that explore and express an object or scene. My panels rarely sit stati...