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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.
MEDIUM:Acrylic, Mixed Media
Here we are physically cemented to the earth by gravity. But our imaginations stretch and soar taking us beyond our planet and connecting us with far places in the universe. Being part of this do we indeed live and bloom in a cosmic garden? ... I am exploring this connection in my new artwork.
A watercolor artist whose favorite subjects include old vehicles & architecture. Connecting the viewers with the past, people often say “That reminds me of a time when …” Jim earned a BFA degree in painting from the University of Florida and is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society.
MEDIUM:Woodburning w/ Acrylic and Watercolor
Alyssa's work is born from places and memories that hold lasting impressions. She blends pyrography with painting in an attempt to express these inspirations. This dichotomy of "fire" and "water" has allowed her to communicate her perspective in what she hopes is a truly unique manner.
I am blessed to be in the middle of what God designed me to do, to create to bring heaven to the ends of the earth. There is a new artistic awakening in my spirit as a self-taught artist. I started painting angels in November of 2016 and am expanding to other subjects as my confidence grows.
MEDIUM:Large Acrylic Pour Paintings, Mixed Media
My studies of the American Color Field Movement are the inspiration for may paintings over the last few years; the way these artists simply apply a palate of rich saturated colors affects me deeply. In my own work, I seek to explore the emotional resonances of abstract color composition.
I love knowing that threads have played an important part in our human history for thousands of years. If I could magically produce a weaver from eons ago I know we could happily sit together creating cloth. I love combining colors and textures on my loom reflecting what is on my mind & in my heart.