This artist paints urban scenery and farmland road scenes. Much of her painting draws from her Midwestern background growing up in Tennessee. Her website
She got started in her recent digital work by discovering that she could use a digital scanner to scan in unique fingerprints impressions. She calls it, "bringing human touch to digital art". Here we show one of her prints from the Mar-Apr show "New Horizons in Printmaking". This print is from a series called Wabi-Sabi Ikebana. Kristin also paints in watercolor and acylic as well. Her website
She works in several styles called "whimsy and whatnot". Here we have one of her ocean seascapes of the infinite horizons. She is well known for her Herbert the owl series you can find on her blog. We look forward to his next adventures. We hear he may go to Italy! She calls from Southern California originally. Her website
She comes from the South-East of France. Her process involves carefully collecting unique pieces of jewelry and composing them into one of a kind collectibles for you. She frequently travels back to Europe for inspiration. Her website
She is one of the digital artists at 4th Street Fine Art. For the recent show "New Horizons in Printmaking she did a series of Apron prints. The apron is a symbol in a woman's life according to Joanna. Several generations of female figures inspired her idea of womanhood. Her earlier work includes interpretations of the Ghana people based off photos of a trip there. Her website
He started painting back in 1990 as he worked during the dot com growth in Silicon Valley. In the 2000s, he started to branch out into digital works. This recent work is a piece of a skein called Skeins #19 that was part of the March - April exhibition "New Horizons in Printmaking". Matthew also teaches several classes on digital art and art marketing. His website
She recently started to dabble in watercolors after working quite a bit on intricate drawings. You can see the effusive background of her supernatural dreamscapes much richer than in her earlier drawings. Valerie draws from fantastical beings of her childhood in France.