Five standout artists to keep your eye on
At the height of summer, the world’s colors take on a brightness and saturation that match the vitality of the season. Taking inspiration from natural forms—from the microscopic to the grand—Henry Isaacs, Jodi Edwards, and Mary Barnes use those lively … Continue reading
Julie Houck, Lully Schwartz, and Holly Ready paint incandescent seaside scenes in subtle tones of pink, blue, gray, and yellow. Their palettes evoke the serenity of the ocean and the majesty of nature’s light.
Linda Packard, Kathi J. Smith, and Milena Banks paint with vigor. Their fluid brushstrokes convey the emotion and energy of moments in nature, impressions captured in colorful paintings alive with spontaneity.
The works of Nancy Simonds, Jessica Gandolf, and Robin Brooks feature strongly delineated forms and bold color. Each piece is a radiant patchwork of geometric shapes in mostly primary hues.
Megan Hinton, Jan Roy, and Hannah Bureau paint abstract, atmospheric views. Employing geometric forms and defined brushwork as well as rich layers of paint, these artists are able to achieve well-balanced compositions enlivened by color and texture.
Brenda Cirioni paints fire with vivid intensity. Basil Gorrill’s mixed-media works feature complementary hues that evoke winter’s chill and summer’s heat. Jane Yudelman’s photographs of ice are striking in their color and texture. These artists explore fire and ice, opposites … Continue reading
Winslow Myers, Wade Zahares, and Greta Van Campen have built urban visions on the edge of realism and abstraction. Employing a variety of techniques, these artists depict familiar cityscapes in unique ways.
Snow is a magical subject for a painting. The landscape, blanketed in white, takes on an otherworldly appearance. Using surrealism, unorthodox colors, and unusual materials, David Vickery, Linda Murray, and Jill Valliere present snow scenes in nontraditional ways.
The act of sculpting raw materials into a work of art is a visceral process that taps into the primitive, elemental aspects of nature. Kazumi Hoshino, Antoinette Prien Schultze, and Richard Alden transform stone into sculptures inspired by the vitality … Continue reading