Landscape abstractions with multi-layered surfaces that add texture and depth. Color choices infused with white, permitting light to shine through. Line creating tension that anchors defines and separates the shapes.
Jeanne Beck's luminous, sculptural works for the wall are constructed from industrial material, papers and found or invented texts. Jeanne applies metallic leaf and then distresses, paints and screen prints them.
Abstractions of travels, both physical and emotional. They may allude to sunflower fields in France, the Italian countryside, NYC's Central Park or, Morocco, but they all reflect feelings for the places visited.
I am involved in creating a personal iconography. These symbols are rooted
in the figurative and landscape images with colors setting moods
rather than copying nature. I transform simple forms into my mythology.
My vision is to nurture children and the youth to become empowered talented citizens in Kenya. Since Art was scraped from the school syllabus and most talents are wasted, my desire is to create awareness of this beautiful the
".....I know from experience that I'll never know all there is to know about colour. It will be a source of mystery and surprise until the day I die." Olga Morris [1933-2005] Australian Contemporary Artist
Steve Tomsik paints in watercolor, ink, charcoal, and pastel. Most of his work illustrates stories or lesson plans. Steve is influenced by arts, letters and legends, grounded to reality references, and hopes never to become a