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I work wet into wet, layering thicker pigment over thinner pigment. This becomes a journey with unpredictable detours and outcomes which must be resolved along the way. Once I begin, I work spontaneously and intuitively, allowing the painting itself to lead me to the next stroke.
A woman wearing many hats, along with being a practicing residential architect of thirty years, Nancy is also an artist and humanitarian. Her Intricate watercolors tell the story of her travels and her love of architecture, with the occasional foray into pure landscape and animal portraiture.
MEDIUM:Oil, Assemblage, Murals
MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylic, Pastels, Metal, Sculpture, Clay
MEDIUM:Fiber Art/Oil Painting/Acrylic Painting
I am always pushing the limits of my chosen medium. I started weaving as a personal expression of color, texture, and space. I want to blur the line between craft and art. Inspiration is only constant in its changes. Nature, travel history and technology all influence what turns into fabric.
MEDIUM:Fiber, Jewelry, Collage
The quiet repetition of daily activities, the slight changes in patterns, textures and colors mark the day, the activity, the object, as different today than it was yesterday. Small changes make the world move forward. Weaving, knitting, crocheting, coiling…opening a world of change and beauty.
MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylic, Pastel, Graphite
Summers and vacations always took me to the Land of Enchantment and Mesa Verde. Needless to say, that is mainly my subject matter, especially Santa Fe architecture. With mediums that include pencil, oils, combo pencil and pastel and some clay, I truly like pencil drawing most.
With my oil paintings, I seek to stimulate a seed in the viewer, an invitation to co-create the experience of the painting according to the wealth of life, thought and perception he or she brings to the viewing.
MEDIUM:Supporter of the Arts
MEDIUM:Wooden Wall Art
I like to make things. I am currently making wooden dimensional abstract art pieces; free standing as well as work that can hang on a wall. Taking a two-dimensional sketch and giving it a three-dimensional reality is a challenge. Yet, it is very rewarding mentally, physically, and emotionally.
MEDIUM:Photography, Digital Art
Photographer Pam Showalter displays and sells her work at Art on 12 Gallery and Studios in Wimberley, where a crowd favorite is, "You Look'n At Me?", displayed at left. A proud member of the Wimberley Valley Art League, her artistic goal is to attempt to "transcend the typical".
MEDIUM:Oils, Watercolor, Acrylics
At the age of 67, I discovered Mosaics, learning the art from a gifted local instructor. Being a member of several mosaic guilds, I continue to mingle and learn from the finest. Since I’m going to live to be 100, my goal is to continue to learn and improve technical and creative skills.
For as long as I can remember I've enjoyed being out in nature more than anything else. I love to share the beauty that I see there and the fleeting emotion of the moment with others through my photography. I prefer black and white photographs because they challenge my creative and technical skills.