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"When the first digital cameras came out, I became fascinated by how you could work with digital images on the computer to give them a painterly look. That fascination quickly became my avocation and has opened a new world to me, one full of interesting people and great beauty."
MEDIUM:Art Supporter - Past President
“I really love the arts and love hanging around everyone connected with art whether it be writers, poets, musicians, actors, painters, photographers, etc. I find them very invigorating and inspirational... You DO NOT have to be an artist to get really involved in the WVAL."
MEDIUM:Photography, Digital Art
Award-winning photographer Rober Anshutz has been taking photographs for 50 years. Today he concentrates on the beauty of the Texas Hill Country from Landscapes to Longhorns. His work has been published by Cowboy & Indians magazine, The Wimberley Guide, Austin Monthly, and The Texas Longhorn Journal
MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylics, Ceramics
MEDIUM:Acrylic, Watercolor, Ink, Jewelry, Metalsmithiing
Both jeweler and artist, Kathryn Babboni has learned to use her imagination and intuition to work with what Nature has provided, whether it be stones, bones, metal, feathers or shells. She has found these pieces of the Earth to possess spiritual healing qualities or metaphysical properties.
MEDIUM:Painter, Collage, Mosaics, Jewelry, Fiber Artist
My art is organic; from the way branches and deadwood are selected to the finished sculpture. Once I select a piece, it is set aside for a time as I contemplate its shape and potential, allowing ideas to flow. Then, I begin helping it take shape until it reveals itself to me.
MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor
MEDIUM:Acrylic, Mixed Media, Pottery
MEDIUM:Fused-cast warm glass, Multi Media
Brenna Beasley has been painting with watercolors, oils, and acrylics for twenty-five years. A lifelong student of Art History, she is inspired by the Impressionists and Post Impressionists and is drawn to paint life in the light which illuminates and helps her to interpret mood, form, and texture.