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Adrienne Blum is a master enamelist who creates works of art that are made to be touched. She has been creating beautifully handcrafted decorative enamel pieces in an array of themes for nearly forty years using the ancient technique of fusing finely ground glass to metal.
My love of Earth and the arts has taken me into photography, writing, and the creation of assemblage art. I am a tuning device/My work flows in and out/Come into my vision space/And see what it’s all about. Next time you visit Facebook, stop by Creating Earth Connections to learn more.
Using both salvaged and new steel in his work, Russ enjoys the way the cold, hard metal can be shaped, hammered, cut, ground and welded into a completely new object with its own size, features, character and personality. The salvaged steel also brings its own weight, cuts, scrapes, holes and patina
MEDIUM:Oil, Mixed Media
It’s a story, an experience, a record of places in time that Rebecca delights in sharing with others. Impressionistically, expressionistically she paints plein air. She’s shown and sold her paintings everyplace she’s lived. Recently, her painting was chosen to represent the Wimberley Arts Fest.
MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastels, Pen & Ink,Sculpture
"An Artist can encourage viewers to observe and appreciate the beauty of ordinary things which are often taken for granted. Enjoying a variety of subject matter, I tend to paint in a realistic/impressionist style. This allows me to express what I see, in its most exciting representation."
MEDIUM:Oil, Watercolor, Pastels, Encaustic, Mixed Media
MEDIUM:Oils, Watercolor, Porcelain
Charlotte loves to travel and many of her paintings are populated with images from around the world. Her work has been accepted and won recognition in numerous juried art shows throughout the US and three of her paintings were selected to appear in Best of American Oil Artists, Volume II.
MEDIUM:Jewelry, Fiber Arts
Intuitive weaving is fascinating to Kathie Carlson. The yarn lets her know the next direction to go for color and texture. It is the stunning richness of these woven works, along with the surprise of seeing the finished products as they are pulled off the roller of the loom, that inspires her.
Starting out with detailed and representational work, I went through a period of impressionism. As time went by my work became looser, using more paint, bolder color, bigger brushes and palette knives. Now I depend less on what I see and more on what is in my mind's eye when creating a painting.
MEDIUM:Silver, copper, wood, paper
MEDIUM:Acrylic, Pastel, Collage
"My work moves between realistic and abstract; mixed media acrylic paintings shaded by soft pigment pastels and overlaid with drawing and collage elements melded into the background. I use color, movement, pattern, and whimsy to communicate in a visual language that is more satisfying to me..."
MEDIUM:Acrylic, Drawing, Murals, Exhibit Design
MEDIUM:Oil,Watercolor, Pastels, Photography
I’m a full time artist working in Oil, Pastel, Watercolor and Photography. I find that, in my work, painting and photography are converging as a similar artistic process is used to create the final image. I am a former President of WVAL and I am part owner of Art on 12 Gallery in Wimberley.
MEDIUM:Folk Art Dolls
Dollmaking combines my fondness for textiles, the need to scrounge for treasures, a love of repurposing and a desire to create. Combine humor plus time and a doll appears; hopefully creating laughter/joy. Therefore, if you smile or laugh out loud I’ve achieved my goal and a bonus of receiving joy.
Zeina works in diverse media: Sculpture - steel, stone, silver and copper; metal forming, and fine art photography. Her Tea Infuser was accepted for a national exhibition by the Society of N. American Goldsmiths. Her photo Heart of the Canyon won a national contest sponsored by Grumbacher/Chartpack
MEDIUM:Watercolor, Drawing, Oils
"Design and math led me to Art, Design and Architecture degrees. With acrylics, I develop forms and colors with a sense of motion, tension, and balance. My work has been described as celebratory and playful, non-derivative, modern, and associative. I believe that Art is a spiritual endeavor."